BRICK is an innovative education programme designed to build skills, knowledge and connections
The BRICK education programme is designed to support community groups that are trying to save their local heritage and create a better future for their local area. Through workshops, mentoring and online support, BRICK can help groups find the funding they need and successfully deliver their projects.
How can BRICK help you
If you are looking for project support then there are many ways to get help from the BRICK programme. It’s divided into five different sections:
If you haven’t already signed up for our BRICKwork website then it’s a fantastic place to start. The website gives you access to great resources, including the presentations and videos from our previous workshops and 'How to' guides.
You can also use the discussions section to ask any questions or offer advice based on your own experience. It's the first online community for regeneration groups and we've already had a range of experts sign up, including the PRT team.
Finally, you can use BRICKwork to find pro bono help for your project. We've explained how in more detail here.
We will be hosting around 30 workshops over the period to February 2017 and they will cover a variety of heritage regeneration themes. They all take place in restored buildings, a great chance to tour a completed project and be inspired. Experts from the heritage industry and PRT staff deliver the workshops and there’s an opportunity to network and ask questions. Group discussions are also a key part of the workshops so you can share your ideas and get advice.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions: