Preserve & Increase Traditional Rural Skills and Safeguard Rural Skills & Heritage
Work Package Lead : The National Trust
2.1 STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR RURAL HERITAGE SKILLS TRAINING & TRAINEE ENGAGEMENT:
Develop plans to identify training & skills needs & those who may be attracted to participate. It identifies artisans/professionals able to deliver training, orgs involved in training & rural culture & heritage; results in each partner publishing a heritage skills training plan for their area based on sharing info & experiences
2.2 PREPARE TO DELIVER RURAL CULTURE & HERITAGE SKILLS TRAINING:
Undertakes the detailed preparation needed to implement skills training; e.g. recruitment of trainees & trainers, establishing courses, training sites, securing equipment/tools & materials. Action 5 targets different potential clients, using each partner’s experience to engage with different user groups. It also establishes the criteria & processes needed for the European Heritage Skills Passport Scheme (EHSPS).
2.3 IMPLEMENT SKILLS TRAINING PROGRAMME & PASSPORT SCHEME:
This Action sees active partners providing a range of different rural skills & development programs for different client groups, both off & on site. Training & or experience courses will be provided locally with opportunities for clients to take part in at least 3 transnational placements at MTCBC, NT & GL. Partners will have to develop the detailed processes required, including accredited courses, organisation logistics, travel, accommodation etc, & test the EHSPS as well as set up orgs to continue the work after funding period.
2.4 EVALUATE SKILLS & TRAINING PROVISION:
This Action provides partners with a formal process to share & evaluate the provision of training, development & experience. This will be done through questionnaires, workshops and exchange meetings, with reports, case studies & a detailed report evaluating the EHSPS. Results will be disseminated between partners & other interested or targeted bodies