Painting by Derek Balmer, Courtesy of Catto Gallery, London)
Learn at your own pace at home,
get ahead & gain a qualification!
Take advantage of our one-one and classroom teaching, and art management Training
Get TIPS empowering you to manage and understand fine art, art collections, media, logistics, copyright,
insurance and art handling. whether working for an art collector, household manager, superyacht owner
or museum or gallery.
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If you would like to gain an advantage in the job market, here is a simple way for you to achieve a certified course whilst in lockdown! Our NEW Art Appreciation course is now here at the click of a button.
Whilst we have traditionally offered our training to superyacht professionals, we can now open up the care and appreciation of fine art to all those interested in art and art management as a career option in the household or any part of the art world.
We are delighted to announce our launch of online courses for you to work through at your own pace during the lockdown and whilst at sea. Our in-classroom programmes will resume as soon as it is safe. Below our online and classroom programmes:
Develop your knowledge of fine art, learn art history, art appreciation and the art market.
Logistics, transport, storage, packing
Materials & Media
Care, Environmental issues & Handling
Copyright in the art world
Export Risks with moving objets d’art
We offer 4 Levels of training from basic Art Appreciation through to a Masterclass in Art Due Diligence.
At each level we guide you through the material to ensure you complete the programme to become confident in managing collections and fulfilled in your career.
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Sign up here on our Membby Platform to join our community, see our introductory videos and course explanation.
We have guided presentations supported by reference materials for you to keep handy and work through at
Our eLearning Platform, Membby, allows you to access a free course taster by signing on before you pay for each course individually. You will see this introductory video here on the right. You can then navigate to individual course introductions. There is an “ask the mentor” page for questions and many handouts and reference documents to keep handy.
You can then immediately see some examples of the course material and then sign up to the first class by entering your credit card details.