The International Institute for Central Asian Studies (IICAS) is pleased to inform that Cultural Heritage Protection Cooperation Office, Asia-Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO (ACCU Nara) has announced the 23rd annual group training course for young professionals involved in the cultural heritage preservation and conservation field in the Asia-Pacific region. This time the training will be dedicated to the issues of conservation and management of wooden built heritage.
The training aims at expanding the participants’ expertise in sustainable conservation and management of built heritage in Asia-Pacific region and establishing a communication platform for further exchange of knowledge and know-how.
The training is scheduled to be held in English online between 1 and 30 September 2022. The number of participants is limited to 15, but the candidates from 42 Member States to the 1972 UNESCO World Heritage Convention in the Asia and Pacific region are encouraged to apply.
Application deadline is 19 June 2022. Further information on the training content and application procedure is available at https://www.nara.accu.or.jp/english/gi-2022web.html