Marsh Heritage Crafts Trainee Award

10 March 2022

Deadline: April 29, 2022

The Marsh Heritage Crafts Trainee Award of £1,000 is now open for applications. Heritage Crafts aims to ensure that ‘traditional craft skills survive into the future, and this requires a regular intake of enthusiastic and dedicated new entrants’.

Broadly classified as ‘trainee’, the award winner could be:

  • on a formal apprenticeship scheme
  • a traineeship
  • an institution-based course with a high degree of practical training
  • be pursuing ‘portfolio-style’ training comprising of short-courses and workshops

Any of these options are acceptable, as long as training has formed a significant part of at least twelve months prior to applying.

To apply
Read the application notes and then download an application form

Applications, whether submitted by the trainee themselves, or nominated by their trainer, craft guild or membership organisation, must be submitted by Friday 29th April, at 5pm. You can find out more about this award here.

The Marsh Charitable Trust, as part of their commitment to grassroots recognition, is working in partnership with Heritage Crafts in support of the significant work done by heritage crafts volunteers.

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