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Developing and managing a program for children

Things you need to know when developing and managing a program for children. This sections covers managing spaces, artsworker programs and dealing with difficulties.

Developing and managing a dedicated space for children

There are a number of issues to consider when setting up a space similar to The Corner

Dealing with difficulties

All programs, no matter how well thought out, are bound to have an occasional mishap or disgruntled client. Having clear procedures to communicate issues ensures problems are resolved quickly and with minimal disruption. This section outlines the procedures we have developed here at the State Library of Queensland and may help you design your own. We have also outlined our responses to some of the more common issues.

Developing and managing an artsworker program

A diverse pool of professional artsworkers is an asset to any program for children and young people. Artsworkers not only facilitate high quality experiences for children, they also provide invaluable advice and collaboration.


Last updated: 23rd September 2011

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