A key element of the Transforming Future Museums programme of skills training for museum and heritage professionals is the cascading of knowledge to museums across Greece.
As part of the International Museum Academy 2016, UK course leaders delivered a one-day training session to selected Greek course leaders, who will cascade the courses at multiple locations in Greece in 2017–18.
Towns across Greece with an established museum and cultural heritage scene will serve as regional hubs, drawing together a number of museum professionals in each region.
We will work closely with local trainers to develop course materials and deliver training sessions, thus mobilising the local community of professionals to participate in the regional hubs and, in turn, cascade the courses further within their museums.
We have drawn up a provisional list of regional locations and identified a number of museums as possible hosting venues for the training courses. Locations that are under consideration as possible venues for the three-day courses include Lesvos, Corfu, Tinos, Volos, Kalamata, Heraklion and Alexandroupolis.
The programme is supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.
Our next Regional Hubs
University of the Aegean in partnership with the Natural History Museum of the Lesvos Petrified Forest
- Each course is designed for a maximum of 15 participants.
- There is a nominal fee of €25 per three-day course.
- Times for each course are: Friday 18.00–21.00 pm, Saturday & Sunday 10.00–17.00.
- Courses will be held in Greek.
- We reserve the right to make changes to the course content and programme details.
- We reserve the right not run a Regional Hub with fewer than six participants. Fees will be refunded.
- No refunds will be made after the course has started.
- Places cannot be guaranteed until course fees have been paid.
- Normally the maximum number of participants per course will not exceed 15.
For further information and details of how to apply, please contact Dina Ntziora:
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