Explore and contribute to new CHARTER Database on Education and Training Programmes

Explore and contribute to new CHARTER Database on Education and Training Programmes

CHARTER Database on Education and Training Programmes
A new CHARTER database gathers cultural heritage education programmes from across Europe. It is launched as an open usage platform and education provider are encouraged to be part of expanding the database by submitting additional programmes.

The database offers a European overview and in-depth information for students, educators and the public at large on relevant programmes in higher education, vocational education and training as well as for continuing education and training (lifelong learning, adult education). It is developed by CHARTER Work Package 3 – Vocational Education and Training (VET) and beyond.  

You can explore the CHARTER database without registering or logging in. However, submissions of new education programmes or edits of an already existing programme can only be carried out by a registered and logged in user. If you are experiencing any issues, please consult the manual. The manual also makes an example with the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna to showcase how information should be entered to the database.   

This database addresses two main audiences:

  1. Firstly, it offers education and training institutions the opportunity to provide detailed information about their programmes to the public
  2. Secondly, anyone interested in training, re- or upskilling for cultural heritage professions can use the database to search for suitable education and training programmes.  

The database can be accessed under a new menu section of the CHARTER Website that is dedicated to Databases developed by the CHARTER Alliance.The  Cultural Heritage Literature Collection Database was recently published with the aim to provide references to map heritage profiles, understand skills needs coming from the job market and identify gaps in the training offer. It contains differentiated kind of sources, such as articles, official documents, laws and regulations, frameworks, books about education and training in the cultural heritage sector. 

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