23 March 2023
CHARTER – The European Cultural Heritage Skills Alliance, the project financed by the Erasmus+ programme of the United Europe, continues to blossom through new results, new collaborative research and discussions aimed at filling the gap between training possibilities and professional needs in the cultural heritage sector.
On 21 and 22 March 2023, at the Finnish Heritage Agency’s MUSEOVIRASTO in Helsinki, the Fondazione Scuola dei beni e delle attività culturali organised, together with the Academy of Fine Arts, Wien, a two-day workshop on theguidelines for innovative/emerging VET and HE curricula. Both the Foundation and the Academy are, in fact, member of one of the work packages constituting the CHARTER Alliance, the Work Package 3, whose main aim is to develop new guidelines for eight innovative/emerging curricula in the cultural heritage sector, particularly focusing on those from the educational sectors known as VET (vocational education and training), HE (higher education) and LLL (life long learning).
The workshop will assemble not only the 47 partners of the CHARTER Alliance, but it will also be nurtured by external experts on present and future needs in cultural heritage education and training. Together, they will work, particularly trying to achieve the following objectives:
- proposing eight curricula to be developed
- discussing the methodology to be applied for the guidelines
This workshop follows the National Stakeholders Day: Open day for Finnish stakeholders, which took place on 20 March 2023: an open conference to learn more on CHARTER’s mission, aims and latest developments, focusing on what skills and competences are needed in the field of cultural heritage.
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