7th edition of intensive international training: "Building the Future of Heritage Sites Together: Developing and Implementing Sustainable Management", Burgundy (France), from April 1st to 12th, 2019
The French-speaking International Pole of the Great Sites Network of France (RGSF) is launching its call for applications for the 7th edition of the Intensive International Training "Building the future of heritage sites together: developing and implementing sustainable management".
This training is intended for francophone managers working on natural or cultural heritage sites and cultural landscapes, decision makers, project leaders or members of a management team who wish to improve their professional practice, take a step back from their sites and interact with counterparts from around the world. Please feel free to distribute this call for applications to people who may be interested.
Composed of three parts, the training will be held from Monday 1st April to Friday 12th April 2019. The intensive group training part takes place in the Grand Site of France Bibracte - Mont Beuvray (Burgundy, France). It is followed by an individual immersion in a French partner site corresponding to issues relevant to each participant, and a concluding day in Paris.
All the information relating to this 7th edition as well as the application file are available on the website below, section "Activities of the Cluster" - training 2019: http://polepatrimoine.org/formation-2019.
To learn more about the training, a video of the 2017 edition can be seen here: http://polepatrimoine.org/actualites/119-formation2017-video
The call for applications has been extended until 16 October 2018.