Solid base for contemporary and future heritage management and policy. Introduction to the heritage paradigm that shapes the heritage field in Europe, Belgium and Flanders. A bold and ambitious series of heritage micro-credentials.
In the 21st century the concept heritage / patrimoine / erfgoed is used to refer to evolutions in the world of museums, collectors, archives, libraries and popular culture. The broad heritage concept today includes all cultural heritage; movable and immovable heritage, intangible and digital heritage.
At the same time methods used in analysis, assurance and appreciation of our heritage evolved in a socially responsible and sustainable way.
This complex evolution makes an update and/or broadening of skills, attitudes and knowledge absolutely necessary for everybody working (or aiming to work) in the field of heritage.
The micro-credentials focusing on different aspects of heritage, offer a qualitative and relevant upgrading of talents to shape the heritage sector and tackle future challenges.
This micro-credential aims in particular to introduce heritage studies as a post-, inter- and transdiscipline from an international, policy management, and sustainability perspective.
This micro-credential offers a firm base/refresher or up to date course for professionals (to be) and all interested parties in an ever evolving heritage field.