CHARTER has published a new report: “Cultural Heritage Education and Training in Europe: Pathways to Qualifications”.
With the help of this report, CHARTER will develop a database of cultural heritage education and training in Europe. The database, to be launched in March 2022, will support EU member states in the upskilling and/or reskilling of cultural heritage professionals.
CHARTER, the European Cultural Heritage Skills Alliance, brings together and represents the whole range of the cultural heritage sector in Europe. CHARTER strives towards making apparent the value of cultural heritage and creating a resilient and responsive sector.
Download the report here. To learn more about CHARTER, watch the video below and visit the website.