- How academic can / should the HERITAGE-PRO training modules actually be, i.e. what is “reasonable”, especially with regard to different educational backgrounds of potential participants?
- What basic theoretical knowledge do all participants need to be equipped with, regardless of their professional background?
- Would he recommend developing the modules differently for different target groups? If so, what would be the profile of these different target groups?
- How does he assess the willingness of staff at cultural heritage institutions to actually engage in in-service training?
- Would he recommend to conduct the training as a self-study module or rather as a course offered e.g. after work or during special traing days?
HERITAGE-PRO team is proud and honoured that eight European high-ranked experts of the heritage field accepted our invitation to join the team with their expertise and knowledge in the HERITAGE-PRO Advisory Board. The German partners Entwicklungsagentur Rheinland-Pfalz and coordinator Kultur und Arbeit asked one of the German members of the Board for a consultation on the future training modules which are currently developed. Director Thomas Metz of General Directorate for Cultural Heritage in Rhineland-Palatinate and heritage expert Emine Güngör discussed in a two hours session questions like that with the German partners Karin Drda-Kühn, Susanne Gill, Sascha Kolhey and Rainer Zeimentz: