Cultural heritage professions: are you providing the right education for future challenges?Online
ENCATC is strongly committed to upskilling and updating its members and community on the latest developments around skills and competences to face the current and future challenges. It's crucial to identify learning outcomes, adapt curricula and create tools for a responsive education system.
This is why ENCATC has joined the CHARTER Alliance blueprint, funded by Erasmus+. Together with 46 top cultural heritage institutions, ENCATC is part of the process to bridge the skills gaps and shortages between education and occupational systems.
Members Talk #25 will provide a complete overview of the latest developments in relation to education and training (E&T), based on the main CHARTER’s findings:
- Which are the main challenges of the present and future.
- Overview of the European cultural heritage E&T landscape.
- Examples of CH qualifications and professions based on formal and non-formal learning.
Participants will have the exclusive opportunity to be introduced for the first time to CHARTER’s Education and Training Database. This initiative constitutes a major development for the sector in order to collect data on E&T institutions and programmes in cultural heritage. At the same time, it will be a fundamental piece to map the skills and competences needs in curricula.
ENCATC members are called to participate and share their wealth of knowledge and experience in the field of education and training to provide inputs and feedback. ENCATC has created this opportunity for participants to become involved and contribute to one of the most relevant EU initiatives in cultural heritage.
Members Talk #25 is organised in partnership with CHARTER Alliance.