Communication and disclosure (K. De Vis, Lot Doms)
During the seminars, the student learns to prepare a deontologically adequate and ethically motivated restoration proposal. He/she can defend his/her proposition(s) in public. In addition, there is a deeper discussion about oral, written and audiovisual communication techniques (poster, film, photo, etc.). The student (s) learns how to tune the communication tool according to a specific target audience. Furthermore, the course focuses on the components of scientific research (problem statement, objective, ....) and the reflection (link between various practical sources and written research outcomes) in the CR Report and the presentation.
Observation (Mie Robbe):
The student learns to study his / her object with focus on interrelationships, harmony and contrast, symmetry and asymmetry. The exercises are linked to the object, implemented in Implemantation III, and also apply in preparation for drawings / pictures and schemes applicable in the thesis.