Applicants for the Consortium-supported Fellowships must be nominated and employed by a consortium member organisation. For example: to apply for the THEATRE CONSORTIUM FELLOWSHIP you must be nominated for that particular Fellowship and be employed by either the Ambassadors Theatre Group, Cameron Mackintosh Ltd or the Royal Shakespeare Company.
There may be an internal selection process for the Consortium-supported Fellowships, details of which will be provided by your organisation.
The successful candidate/s will negotiate directly with their employer the periods of leave required to undertake their Fellowship. For Consortium-supported Fellowships, the nominating employer supporting the Fellow will continue to pay his or her agreed salary, employer's National Insurance, any agreed pension contribution and other current benefits and entitlements; plus any back-fill costs throughout the course of the Fellowship.
As with all the Fellowships, applicants must be able to demonstrate eligibility, ambition and proven achievement in their professional life, and meet most or all of the attributes listed in the 'What you must demonstrate' section of the Clore Leadership Programme website.
The Consortium-supported Fellowships available in 2013/14 include:
- Archives Consortium Fellowship - supported by The Clore Leadership Programme and the Archives Consortium - The National Archives, British Library, London Metropolitan Archives
- Heritage Consortium Fellowship supported by the Clore Leadership Programme and the Heritage Consortium - English Heritage, Heritage Lottery Fund, National Trust
- Museums Consortium Fellowship supported by the Clore Leadership Programme and the Museums Consortium - British Museum, Imperial War Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum
- National Archives Institutions Consortium Fellowship - supported by The Clore Leadership Programme and the National Archives Institutions Consortium - The National Archives, National Archives of Scotland, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
- Performing Arts Consortium Fellowship supported by the Clore Leadership Programme and the Performing Arts Consortium - Barbican Centre, National Theatre, Royal Opera House
- Theatre Consortium Fellowship - supported by the Clore Leadership Programme and the Theatre Consortium - Ambassadors Theatre Group, Cameron Mackintosh Ltd , Royal Shakespeare Company.
"The magic of the Clore Programme has been its tailored approach to development, which provides a personalised framework for you to reach beyond your limiting beliefs and discover your own authentic style of leadership." Rachel Knight, Museums Consortium Fellow.