Online training: ‘Story Building’ – writing interpretation for heritage projects

Learn how to craft engaging interpretation for your heritage projects. Whether you are an old hand, or new to heritage and want to share your ‘story’ with your visitors – or funders! – you’ll learn how to hone your tone, find the right tools for the job and become a master-text builder!

Through participating in creative activities, themed around ‘building’, you will gain the confidence and skills to write text that starts a conversation with your audiences. You’ll be sent our activity pack in the post, full of creative resources to use during the workshop, including a project ‘blueprint’ setting out the different stages to building good interpretive content and five activities exploring the who, why, and how to craft text.

Our experienced team will guide your group through the basics, giving you the tools to create your own meaningful outputs – be they boards, apps or posters.

Learning objectives

  • Introduction to the key principles of interpretive storytelling in heritage spaces
  • Identify what makes a good text (and avoid the pitfalls of bad examples!)
  • Understand the needs and tastes of different audiences
  • Explore new approaches to using language
  • Be creative with word-crafting
  • Edit and proofread text example

This training event will be an online day session with breaks, starting at 10am and ending at 3pm.

Our workshops are run by experienced staff at TDR Heritage. Find out more about us here www.tdrheritage.co.uk/about-us

For any questions or information please contact gwendolen.powell@tdrheritage.co.uk or fill out the form below.


How do I book?

To book your place on our 11th September 2024 course, please follow this link to make a payment using Stripe. Alternatively please contact us for an invoice and payment link.

Terms: All bookings must be paid for in full and include VAT at 20%. A VAT invoice is available on request. Cancellations received more than 7 days before the event will be refunded, subject to a payment processing fee.