The IHC is a research and training organization focused on realizing the full potential of the world’s cultural heritage as a source of learning, community identity and long lasting economic development. IHC achieves its aims through tapping highly trained human resources, developing educational programs at all levels, fostering research, facilitating access to relevant information, as well as stimulating discourse.
The IHC is offering multiple summer programmes:
Digital Tools for Heritage Management: 3D Laser Scanning and Photogrammetry 29 may – 24 june
The field school will introduce students to a broad range of 3D recording and mapping techniques. Students will be provided with hands-on instruction in these methods using terrestrial laser scanning (Leica Scanstation C10), GIS and GPS. The skills learned will be universally applicable, allowing students to work in the digitization of any site around the world.
An Introduction to Heritage Management 28 may – 24 june
This field school will introduce students to a broad range of topics in heritage management, will teach students much about the history of Greece. Students will be provided with hands-on on-site instruction and questionnaires that they will have to fill for every site they visit about the quality of management of each experience.
Engaging local communities in heritage asset management through Archaeological Ethnography 26 june – 22 jul y
This summer program gives you a unique opportunity to live the life of a village that is romantically stuck in the 19th century, in an all imposing scenery, the foot of mount Ida. It also gives you the opportunity to partake in a cutting edge project that aims to create, sustain and enlist local support for the benefit of local heritage.
Read more here: http://www.inherity.org/training/summer-schools/