EHTTA will attend the VIII Training Academy for Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe in Visby

Each year in June, a Training Academy for the Cultural Routes managers and partners is organized in close collaboration with one of the certified Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe.

The Training Academy aims to provide training on specific current issues in the field of cultural heritage management and tourism promotion to Cultural Routes operators. The Training Academy offers hands-on approaches to the selected topic through the participation of academic or professional experts with whom the Cultural Routes operators can have some exchanges of views.

Marion Vansingle, EHTTA Financial Manager, will attend the VIII Training Academy for Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe taking place from 4th June to 7th June 2019 in Visby, Gotland (Sweden).

The themes of this year will be: “Cultural Routes Financing” and “Cultural Routes and Youth”.  The training seminars will explore innovative emerging trends and strategies for funding cultural routes activities and for youth involvmente in cultural, educatuional, tourism and heritage projects. EHTTA will attend workshops with other certified cultural routes as the Hansa, the Viking Routes, TRANSROMANICA, the European Route of Jewish Heritage, the Route of St. Olav Ways, Santiago de Compostela Pilgrim Routes, Via Francigena to Exchange good practices.

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The training Academy is organised by the Hansa in partnership with region Gotland and the European Institute of Cultural Routes.

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