Amid the current pandemic, many cultural heritage institutions are also vulnerable to other hazard events, from fires and floods, to looting and conflict. These complex, overlapping scenarios require a new approach and a broadened scope.
This new course brings together ICCROM's CollAsia and First Aid and Resilience in Times of Crises programmes, blending one-of-a-kind online learning with hands-on practice, in partnership with the Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea (CHA), the Escuela Taller De Filipinas Foundation Inc. and, the International Council of Museums (ICOM).
In order to apply and for further information related to the Course, please go to: https://www.iccrom.org/courses/international-course-rethinking-disaster-...
Deadline for application: November 1, 2020
• two-week online learning sessions (7-18 December 2020), delivered by a team of international experts;
• one week in-person hands-on training in Manila, Philippines (15-19 February 2021); and,
• a three-month post-training project with mentoring support.
A high level of participant interaction will be encouraged throughout the online sessions and the practice workshop.
Working language: English
Teaching team: The course will be led by selected international experts in the field and from leading institutions.
Online application form: https://forms.iccrom.org/form/collasia-far-2021
Official endorsement form to download: https://www.iccrom.org/sites/default/files/Official%20endorsement%20temp...
(Scholarships will be available for the in-person workshop for selected candidates.)
About the course: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zM7_PXRBx6g
If you are part of an ICOM member institution and are interested in applying to this course, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For any further information, please contact: email@example.com