UNESCO International Designing Public-Private Partnerships Online Course
Language Requirement Not required
Level Non-Degree /Short program
Eligible Region/CountriesAll countries
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Bangkok announced an application call for the ‘Sustainable Heritage Management Masterclass on Designing Public-Private Partnerships. This course is a part of UNESCO’s Innovating Models for Sustainable Heritage Management Masterclass Series that will be conducted online for 1.5 months from November to December 2022.
The UNESCO Designing Public-Private Partnership (PPP) masterclass will explore the conservation and management of Fort Cornwallis within the World Heritage Site in George Town, Penang, Malaysia.
This masterclass’s main objective is to enable the participants to improve their management of heritage properties through Public-Private Partnership (PPP) models to cause sustainable development. Learners will learn how to design a partnership scheme for sustainable heritage property management.
This online course is a self-paced and interactive live tutorial session through discussions, group work, and mentoring. Students will get feedback on their classwork and participation from the mentors, facilitators, and commenters.
The course will have six sessions, including an introductory session, a PPPs overview, tools, a case study of Fort Cornwallis, presentations of PPP group work and peer work, plenary discussions, a presentation of individual PPP proposals, and a course final.
Registration deadline: 3 October 2022
Organization: UNESCO Bangkok
Funding Type: Self-funded
Number of Studies: N/A
Eligible Countries: All
Duration of Seminar: November- December 2022
Language Required: English
Fields of Study: SDGs
The result of the course will provide the participants below benefit:
- Participants will receive a certificate from UNESCO based on successful completion of the course, total attendance and assignment submission
- Develop Public-Private Partnership (PPP) proposals
- Gain new knowledge and skills about cultural heritage management with a focus on managerial skills as prescribed by the UNESCO
- Use and implement analytic and problem-solving tools in a heritage management context
- Will receive feedback from the mentors, course facilitators, and organizers
- Learn new skills and knowledge of UNESCO’s Competence Framework
- Improve networking through working with project teams, facilitators, and fellow participants with different backgrounds
Who should apply for this masterclass?
Heritage practitioners, heritage managers and technical specialists in relevant institutions, governmental and private entities involved in heritage properties, and local community workers at heritage sites can apply for this course.
There is no formal education in cultural heritage management restriction, but working experience in this field is preferred.
Course Admission and Fees
The applicants will be chosen by applying. If you are evaluated as a successful applicant, the organizers will guide you on how to pay the 300 USD fee for the course.
There are limited scholarship seats available for applicants from least developed countries. You may write your need for a scholarship in your application email.
How to Apply
To apply for this master class, applicants should download the program application form. After filling up the application form, please send it along with any inquiries to Ms. Injee Kim at UNESCO Bangkok by email: [email protected].
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