The course is run by a multi-disciplinary team of professionals in leadership, project development, management and communications, and is designed to equip participants with the tools and techniques needed to create more effective project proposals and management plans, garner more resources, and develop a professional network of colleagues dealing with similar issues. Lessons are brought to life by visiting cultural heritage leaders.
The next leadership course is organised in October 2022.
• Examining the meaning and practice of leadership from different perspectives;
• Developing a framework for translating leadership into action through the creation of a plan for a project of their own choice;
• Applying organizational skills such as collaboration, proposal development, team building, networking and partner engagement.
The course provides a gateway to an alumni network of heritage rescue professionals and partners, as well as opportunities for further virtual training. It represents an investment in people who guide heritage work in their local communities, helps secure the legacy of heritage preservation for future generations and increases community resilience to crises that endanger heritage.