ERROL BARROW CENTRE FOR CREATIVE IMAGINATION
The Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus,
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS TO POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMME IN
“Heritage for cultural and human resource training and development”
in cooperation with the University of Florence
offers the opportunity for professional certification for Educators in “Heritage for cultural and human resource training and development”
This training programme is financed by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and is a central action of the joint international cooperation project CARITALENTS
between Italy and the Caribbean. Registration for the programme is free
CARITALENTS is an innovative, professional, flexible, constructivist training programme that is designed to develop understanding and expertise in Heritage Studies. It focuses on the development of tools and innovative training for Caribbean and youth emphasizes the mobilization and awareness of the region’s culture and heritage to support the development of professional new media skills.
The training programme confers the following certificates:
the title of Training Course at the University of Florence to the participants without university degree.
the title of Certificate or Post-graduate Certificate (for participants with university degree) in “Heritage for cultural and human resource training and development” at University of West Indies, Cave Hill Campus.
The training programme will take place at The University of the West Indies Barbados and UWI Open Campus Dominica from May 29th
, 2015. Participants should cover their own travel and accommodation costs.
Application forms will be available online from April 14th
, 2015. Interested persons can visit www.cavehill.uwi.edu/ebcci for further information and the application form, which is to be returned by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: ref. CARITALENTS application: name), jointly with a Curriculum Vitae and a Motivation Letter by the April 24, 2015.