Courses and Programs
MAS offers a range of learning opportunities. We design our training and resources to support museum staff and volunteers of all kinds, from board members to student workers, and from emerging to established professionals.
Our courses are open to everyone—no membership is required! Our instructors are experts in their fields, and will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to do your job better.
In addition to our Certificate In Community Museum Studies Program, we also offer Special Topics Courses throughout the year. Below is a list of our upcoming courses - note that dates are subject to change. You may also download our most recent education calendar (PDF).
You may register online for any course offered below.
Request a Course! Does the course you want just never seem to be offered in a place you can get to it? Now’s your chance to request particular courses and locations for next sessions offerings. Just fill out the Request a Course Form. Deadline to submit for the Spring course session is January 1 and the deadline for the Fall course session is June 1. Questions? Contact Dan at email@example.com.
The museum has the potential to be a cultural and social hub within the community. This online course explores the changing place museums hold in our communities and introduces current practices for planning, assessing, and implementing museum-community initiatives. Learn skills and share ideas around determining community and audience needs, working with diverse groups, and developing a community engagement plan.
$150 (Members), $200 (Non-Members), $125 (Students)
This course will increase your familiarity with Standards for Saskatchewan Museums, focusing on applying the standards to your museum. It will also examine the relationship between your institution, standards, and public trust, and introduce the provincial, national, and international context of museum practice.
$100 (Members), $150 (Non-Members), $50 (Students)