International Summer School on Communication and Teaching skills in Conservation and Science
13 – 24 July 2015. Rome, Italy
The second edition of the International Summer School on Communication and Teaching skills in Conservation and Science began on 15 July at the ICCROM headquarters in Rome. This two-week training session has brought together professionals from a variety of countries and backgrounds to explore the potential of different didactic approaches, approaches to learning about conservation and science, and revisiting existing practices. Learning is taking place through interactive sessions both in the classroom and around Rome. Continue reading…
This three-week training course is co-organized by NRICPT and ICCROM. This year ten participants are being welcomed from ten countries. They include professionals in charge of preservation of cultural properties in New Zealand, Taiwan, Denmark, United Kingdom, Serbia, France, Cuba, United States of America, Australia and Thailand, respectively.
They will learn conservation of Japanese cultural properties made with or drawn on paper. In this way they will acquire skills needed to conserve their own cultural properties.
Member States represented: Australia, China, Cuba, Denmark, France, Japan, New Zealand, Serbia, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States of America.