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Fostering cooperation in the European Union on skills, training and knowledge transfer in cultural heritage professions

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Authors Ana Galán-Péres
Iulia Grumazescu
Kate Gunthorpe
Ariane Limburg
Nessa Roche
Erminia Sciacchitano
Jacqueline van Leeuwen
Gunnar Almevik
Published in Professionalism in the Built Heritage Sector
Pages 61-67
ISBN 978-0-367-02763-6
ISSN 2576-3075
Publisher Taylor & Francis Group
Place of publication London
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Conservation
Pages 61-67
Language en
Links https://gup.ub.gu.se/file/207751
Keywords Cultural heritage, Professionalism, Open Method of Coordination
Subject categories Cultural Studies, Educational Sciences, Settlement studies, Architectural conservation and restoration

Abstract

For the first time in the European Work Plan for Culture, a group of National Experts are investigating the skills, training and knowledge transfer in the heritage professions in Europe, under the Open Method of Coordination (OMC). Traditional professions and skills at risk, the digital shift, the development of new professions and need for new competences, in both intangible and tangible heritage (mobile and built), have been the main subjects examined by the group during 2017. A final report and recommendations will be presented at the end of the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage.

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