Programme info

Micro-credential: Heritage: Monuments, Landscapes and Sustainability: Evolving Frames

Learning outcomes

This micro-credential focuses on the following learning outcomes.

1. The participant knows and understands the ideas and initiatives conceived and promoted by global organizations like UNESCO concerning the potential contribution of heritage to sustainable development.

2. The participant is able to reflect upon the possibilities of using heritage for the development of a more sustainable community.

3. The participant is able to take a stand on the employment of heritage in the development of a policy which is aimed at tackling a particular social problem.

4. The participant presents, explains and critically evaluates principles about sustainable heritage environments, including resources, energy and the natural environment.

5. The participant is able to develop knowledge and comprehension of categories and values of landscapes and built heritage.

6. The participant is able to develop knowledge and comprehension of international policies, governing institutions.

7. The participant has knowledge and comprehension of historical evolution of conservation theories.

8. The participant is able to develop knowledge and comprehension of global challenges affecting the landscapes and built heritage.

9. The participant is able to develop knowledge and comprehension of contemporary conservation approaches to landscapes and built heritage.