April 23, 2021
EU Heritage international piloting: training programs on cultural heritage
Register to the EU Heritage online course!
We are very happy to share with you our most recent project: the EU Heritage platform is on! EU Heritage will focus on an experiential approach and will deploy a cross-sectoral and multidisciplinary methodology that will enhance the potentials of connecting the heritage sectors with other sectors, i.e., tourism, technology, creative and cultural industries, entrepreneurship and business.
The course is designed for all professionals, new or experienced, interested in cultural heritage and tourism, as well as students who might one day be part of the community. Working experience in the sector might be helpful but it is not compulsory.
The content is organized around 5 thematic modules. Upon completion of the online course and succeeding in at least the 45% of both learning material and of graded activities (quizzes), learners will be able to achieve the Certificate of Completion. The EU Heritage Online Course offers 20 ECTS credits and the evaluation will be according to EU tools. Open badges will be awarded to learners after the successful completion of each Module.
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Click here to fill in the application form and register to the course!
Do not hesitate to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org), in case you need any extra information.
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