Following the outcomes of the HeriQ Project which were presented and discussed at Interpret Europe’s Annual Conference in Kraków in May 2015, an agreement to pass them over to Interpret Europe was prepared by the HeriQ Consortium and recently endorsed by Interpret Europe‘s Management and Supervisory Committee. Courses can now be booked through email@example.com.Continue reading
‘The Interpretive Guide’, the training manual produced within the HeriQ programme for its certification course for guides, had first been published in summer 2014. After a study visit in Italy and field testing courses in Bulgaria, France, Greece and Spain, the manual has now been revised and extended.
Remarks made by trainers and trainees of the courses as well as by members of the European Association for Heritage Interpretation (Interpret Europe) have been incorporated and a useful glossary of terms commonly used in heritage interpretation has been added. Containing 40 pages by now, the second English edition was published in May. Its printed version has already been distributed to all participants of Interpret Europe’s conference in June in Kraków.
In November 2014, during the field test phase of the HeriQproject, Dr. Dorothea Papathanasiou-Zuhrt carried out for the Mediterranean Center of Environment the introduction of the HeriQ approach and teaching method in a Training Programme in Rhodes, Greece. Continue reading →
The first edition of the manual for interpretive guides has now been published in 12 languages. You can download all editions for free from our Download section. Please, get in touch with us if you have ideas for new exercises or suggestions for further improvement.
From 30 of March to 05 of April 2015 г. in Sofia will be held certification course under the project HeriQ: “Heritage Story Telling – Quality Interpretation”. National Association of Small and Medium Business is a lead partner of the project. This will be the first training for interpretive guides in Bulgaria. After its successful completion, the participants will be certified.
The participation in the training is free.
During the training course the participants will receive both theoretical and practical preparation. Mrs. Eleonora Negulova, Mrs. Margarita Kaisheva, Mrs. Polina Ilieva and Mr. Vladimir Titorenkov will be lecturers. They are certified as interpretive agents and have passed intensive course for interpretive agents in Germany.
If you are interested in the training and if you would like to take part or for any questions, please contact Nevena Toneva: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; phone 0882/ 55 15 16 or 02/491 42 12.
Are you a tourist, mountain or museum guide, nature guide, trainer or facilitator working to promote natural or cultural heritage ? Continue reading →
You are mountain guide or guide in natural areas or museums in Greece and you want to improve your skill in Heritage Interpretation? You are working on natural or cultural heritage and you want to learn how to make heritage better understood and respected by visitors?
In the framework of the project HeriQ, the Mediterranean Environment Centre organizes a five-day training course in Melivia (Larissa) from March 28 up to April 1, 2015.
Registration and information: Isabelle Bouchy email@example.com / Tel. +30 210 9887630
See more on http://medcenv.org/index.php?id=124&L=3
Participants on the first course for interpretive agents met south of Rome, from 14-17 October 2014, to exchange their experiences and to become familiar with new heritage subjects.
The first English edition of the manual for the certification course for interpretive guides was printed in September 2014. An online version is available in the Download section.