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Heritage Digital FAQ

Please find our FAQ below


Who can take part in Heritage Digital?

The programme is open to any heritage organisation in the UK. This includes private, voluntary, independent or local authority owned organisations and the full breadth of heritage types:

  • Areas, buildings and monuments;
  • Community heritage;
  • Industrial, maritime and transport;
  • Landscapes, parks and natural heritage;
  • Museums, archives and libraries;
  • Culture and memories.

Do I have to be employed by a heritage organisation to take part?

You do not have to be a paid staff member to take part in Heritage Digital. The programme is open to volunteers and Trustees of heritage organisations as well as freelance heritage workers.


How much does it cost to participate in the Heritage Digital project?

All training, events and content produced as part of the project are totally free to access. Where places are limited for training, e.g. a masterclass, we will use an application system to ensure a fair spread across heritage types and organisation size.


Where can I register for webinars and events?

The best way to keep informed of all upcoming webinars, events and resources is by registering on the Heritage Digital portal. We will send regular updates on upcoming training to a dedicated mailing list for the project.


I couldn’t attend the live webinar. Will it be available to watch after the event?

All webinars will be recorded and available to watch after live broadcast. We aim to upload these within 10 days of the live event.


I want to know more about my organisation’s digital skill level. What can I do?

By using a digital skills assessment, also known as a digital maturity tool. These can help you to assess your organisation’s current use of digital, set targets for where you want to be and monitor progress towards these goals.

Examples of digital maturity tools:


The Heritage Alliance | Media Trust | Charity Digital | Naomi Korn Associates

Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund
Heritage Fund