16 Nov 2019 - 20 Nov 2019
Course: "Interpretive Writing for Natural and Cultural Heritage"
The Heritage Management Organization (Heritage), Greece, is organising a course entitled "Interpretive Writing for Natural and Cultural Heritage", which will take place in Elefsina, Greece, on 16-20 November 2019. The course is part of Heritage's regular Executive Leadership Development in Heritage Management workshops. "Interpretive Writing for Natural and Cultural Heritage" is organised in partnership with Interpret Europe - European Association for Heritage Interpretation, and the course is jointly certified by both organisations. In addition to the 5-day course, there is also a possibility to attend a 3-day course on 16-18 November. During the 5-day course participants will discover and practice a wide range of techniques to engage readers and master the techniques of interpretive writing. Participants will also have the opportunity to strive to become a Certified Interpretive Writer awarded by Interpret Europe, the European Association for Heritage Interpretation, after successfully completing, and being assessed on, a set of exercises and must attend the full 5-day course. Participants who opt for the 3-day course will receive a certificate from The Heritage Management Organization and a certificate of attendance from Interpret Europe. The workshop’s instructor, Steven Richards-Price, is an Interpret Europe Training Team member, former Chair of the UK Association for Heritage Interpretation (AHI) and Vice-Chair of Interpret Wales, and a heritage interpreter with many years of practical experience working for natural resources agencies in Wales, UK.
Other coursesThis is one of several courses organised by the Heritage Management Organization in the coming months. You may also be interested in the following:
- Human Resource Management for Heritage Organizations, Athens, 4-6 October
- Communication Strategy and Strategic Marketing for Cultural Organizations, Athens, 1-3 November