Illustrating The Components That Form Part Of International Training Courses
Author(s): Chris Underwood
Successful training courses comprise more than the sum of the individual teaching components that take place in the classroom or in the field. In particular those international courses that bring together participants from different cultures present their own challenges, not just differences in language, but there are other considerations. This paper, using examples from Latin America and the Caribbean, will illustrate the components and organisation that not only helps to fulfil the specific goals of the professional training, but which also aims to leave a lasting legacy that is making a contribution to changing attitudes to the management and protection of underwater cultural heritage.
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- Society for Historical Archaeology 2013 •
- Underwater Cultural Heritage Training Programs aimed at increasing Professional Capacity
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Illustrating The Components That Form Part Of International Training Courses. Chris Underwood. Presented at Society for Historical Archaeology, Leicester, England, U.K. 2013 ( tDAR id: 428716)