The heritage skills training programme aims to offer volunteers, participants and partner organisations lifelong learning opportunities in training to develop existing skills or learn new skills, and acquire considerable natural and built heritage conservation experience leading to an increased pool of collective expertise and increased individual employability.
This training is based on the needs identified in the LELP commissioned CAF Built heritage and Opportunities report, ARUPs Conservation Land Management report and a recent audit of other initiatives being delivered in the area. Training will be made available to LELP volunteers and the wider community.
PROJECT 12: Heritage Skills and Training
PARTNERS: Lough Erne Landscape Partnership
Training courses will commence from April 2019.