ICCROM Courses

Training is a core area of ICCROM’s activities. Our high quality courses are aimed at mid-career professionals and are designed taking into account our long experience while at the same time innovating and exploring new ways to deliver results.

Course content and pedagogy incorporate new knowledge and skills, and illustrate a diversity of approaches and methodologies found around the world. In addition to formal resource persons, participants are also considered key resources and thus share their own knowledge and experiences, presenting case studies, participating in course discussions, and participating in group work and hands-on exercises.

Explore the courses ICCROM offers in this biennium and be sure to check our course announcements for calls for application.

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Conservation of sound and image collections (SOIMA)


First Aid to Cultural Heritage in Times of Crisis

First Aid to Cultural Heritage in Times of Crisis


International Course on the Conservation of Built Heritage

Conservation of Built Heritage


Reducing Risks to Collections

Reducing Risks to Collections


International Course on Stone Conservation

Stone Conservation


Conservation In Southeast Asian Collections

CollAsia: Conservation In Southeast Asian Collections


Conservation of Wood course

Wood Conservation Technology


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Heritage Impact Assessments

Now accepting applications


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Conservation of Japanese Paper

 


International Training Course on Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage

Disaster Risk Management of Cultural Heritage

Now accepting applications

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