Looking for an archive consultant? Or a freelance archivist? Do you need support for your archive management and development ? Or are you looking for advice and development options for your archive and heritage resources? Are you looking for help with funding applications, service reviews and forward planning? Are you looking for an archive and heritage consultancy that won't produce an off the shelf product, but will work with you to find the right solution ?
At Janice Tullock Associates Limited we can offer a wide range of services and expertise to address your individual requirements. Experienced archive consultants, archivists, museum professionals and learning specialists are available to help. Have a look through our website and discover the range of services we can offer you. Find out more about our services,our experience, our philosophy and our team of specialist advisers and archive consultants.
“Janice would be a strength to any project, she understands the local government context, heritage funding environment and has a wealth of knowledge of the sector archive sector. Janice and her colleagues are diligent, started work quickly and kept to timescales. We would be very happy to work with JTA again.” Sabina McGing, Project Manager, Durham History Centre Project, September 2019
“Your consultancy service provided quick, comprehensive and clearly written report and recommendations for our consideration. The scoping assessment and recommendations are recognised as a key watershed in safeguarding and improving the management of our archival collection for the future and has given the Club an authoritative view on which to base its future plans.” Chris Moore, Chairman, RLGC Heritage Committee, March 2019.
"I am emailing to say thank you for your work on the analysis of the Archive Service Consultation which I received earlier this week at the Project Board. It is an excellent piece of work which I am aware that you turned around incredibly quickly. It is really clear and well presented. All of the Board were very impressed and it certainly made our job very straightforward in term terms of agreeing recommendations and next steps. Thank you." Janene Cox OBE, Commissioner for Tourism and the Cultural County, Staffordshire.
"I've been really pleased with the way your team have delivered the plan and the final document is excellent. More importantly it is a document that we can use - It was also good that we were able to 'tailor' the plan so that it was something that would work within our organisation.Your team got the right balance of listening to the client, but also pushing us into the right direction! " Kevin Bolton, Archives+ for the HLF Activity Plan
"We also thank Janice Tullock Associates for their dedicated work over several years to get us to this publication day." Dr Melinda Haunton, Programme Manager (Archive Service Accreditation), The National Archives.
"What you have achieved this week is nothing short of miraculous! Thanks so much." Recent Client.
"Janice Tullock is a brilliant communicator and make the subject interesting and understandable. She is very enthusiastic" Archives MA student
Shortlisted for Record Keeper of the Year 2016 by the Archives and Records Association.
Heading to Edinburgh
Autumn sees work begin on planning for celebrations of Edinburgh Boundary Extension Centennial. City Council Organisations are seeking to work with local groups to explore local history and celebrate their distinctiveness. We're looking forward to working with them.
Collection Surveys & Assessments
Collection assessments are the first step to managing collections. Janice spent spring surveying collections at the Walker Art Gallery and the Royal Liverpool Golf Club.
Remembering the Second World War
Spring 2019 will see Janice and colleagues begin work for the Imperial War Museum on the development of their Second World War Partnership.
Mapping the North West
Summer 2018 sees the start of a project to develop a digital archive mapping project which will reach across the North West. Janice will lead this project to develop this exciting resource.
Returning to Cheshire to talk audiences
Janice, Emma & Marge returned to Cheshire Archives and Local Studies to further develop their plans for the service. This time the focus is very clearly on who uses archives and who might use them in the future.
A return to Huddersfield
Janice & Emma returned to Heritage Quay at Huddersfield University in June 2017 to deliver a HLF Activity Plan for the project to move Kirklees Archives to the University.