ITP >> Local Training
Targets: local stakeholders and communities, public administrators, tourism professionals, cultural managers
Due to the variety of territorial characteristics, needs and activities that the Pilots are working with, many different types of training actions and resources are made available to local stakeholders and communities, including volunteers.
In this section you can find references to the local training activities that have been developed in the course of the INCULTUM Pilots, listed by alphabetical order of the respective European countries.
|Valuing the historical route of Vlachs’ transhumance
|Rural paths as a common belonging
|The High Mountains
|Engaging local cultural associations in territorial tourism development
|Digital recording and publishing micro-stories
|University of Pisa
|San Pellegrino in Alpe
|Community-involved tourism approaches for inland tourism areas
|Mountains of Trapani
|Promotion of Islamic heritage in Sicily
|University of Algarve
|Campina de Faro
|Values and challenges of the hydraulic heritage in the South-West of Europe
|Matej Bel University
|Realising an interactive map with promotional scopes
|University of Granada
|Altiplano de Granada
|Communities’ engagement to restore and valorize irrigation networks
|Swedish archipelago and the great lakes of Sweden
|Escape into the archipelago landscape
Please don’t hesitate to contact the partner responsible for the coordination of the INCULTUM Pilots
Prof. Dr. José Mª Martín Civantos, University of Granada, MEMOLab. Laboratorio de Arqueología Biocultural – email: email@example.com
Local language may be used. If you are interested in getting language support with any of the materials, please contact us!
VALUING THE HISTORICAL ROUTE OF VLACHS’ TRANSHUMANCE
A programme of encounters and field work is deployed by CeRPHAAL and local stakeholders, for rediscovering and reusing the tangible and intangible heritage of Vlachs community for modern tourism development in Albania.
RURAL PATHS AS A COMMON BELONGING
A programme of of encounters and field work is under development as a collaboration between Bibracte EPCC and local stakeholders from of the territory of the regional park of Bibracte-Morvan (France).
ENGAGING LOCAL CULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS IN TERRITORIAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT
A programme of of encounters and field work is under development as a collaboration between The High Mountains and local stakeholders from Konitsa and of the territory of the Aoos Valley (Greece).
DIGITALLY RECORDING AND PUBLISHING STORIES OF LOCAL COMMUNITY HERITAGE
Communities no longer need permission to publish their own stories. By following simple guidelines for good quality research and clear communication we can publish multiple micro-histories, of family and locality, which accumulate into a meaningful dataset. This manual combines a series of processes for research, recording, and digitally publishing our own histories. The current project aims to train individuals and groups involved in graveyard surveys to record their own stories using the smartphones in their pockets and to publish them online as tourism heritage resources ie. benefitting the local community and the broader diaspora.
COMMUNITY-INVOLVED TOURISM APPROACHES FOR INLAND TOURISM AREAS
A programme of encounters is under development as a collaboration between the University of Pisa and local stakeholders of the territory of San Pellegrino in Alpe (Italy).
- Presentation delivered to local stakeholders at the training session held in San Pellegrino in Alpe on 15/5/2023 (PDF)
- Presentation delivered to local stakeholders at the training session held in San Pellegrino in Alpe on 29/5/2023 (PDF)
PROMOTION OF ISLAMIC HERITAGE IN SICILY
Collaboration and training actions with various stakeholders are dedicated to promote and enhance the Islamic heritage in the territory of Mounts of Trapani.
VALUES AND CHALLENGES OF HYDRAULIC HERITAGE IN THE SOUTH WEST OF EUROPE
An exchange programme, based on encounters and field work, was organized by the University of Algarve with University of Seville, to train students about recovering and valuing historic hydraulic heritage.
REALIZING AN INTERACTIVE PLATFORM WITH PROMOTIONAL SCOPES
The programme trained and engaged students to support the realization of a promotional website for the mining heritage in the location.
COMMUNITIES’ ENGAGEMENT TO RESTORE AND VALORIZE IRRIGATION NETWORKS
University of Granada organized a series of participatory activities and fieldwork across various municipalities that sit along historical irrigation routes, to rediscover traditions and heritage linked to water management.
ESCAPE IN THE ARCHIPELAGO LANDSCAPE
A workshop with stakeholders was organized in Torsö on 4 April 2022 gathering representatives from a number of different organizations and associations, ranging from the local community association, the Swedish church (as the largest landowner in Sweden), the municipality, and a representative working with Leader projects to the local conference center, fishing guides, and shops selling local handicrafts.