This course aims to provide participants with the skills and knowledge to deepen their understanding of the concepts and practices of heritage conservation in light of new developments in Asia using examples and case studies of various heritage sites in Thailand.
Specifically, the course will: (i) enable the participants to gain an understand of the critical challenges in the management of heritage sites in Asia; (ii) provide new skills and insights on the state of the art of heritage management and conservation; and, expose the participants to the best practices of heritage management and conservation in Thailand.
The course is ideal for:
- mid-level career officers involved in heritage conservation and management in both private and government sectors;
- urban planners and natural resource managers with interest in natural and cultural heritage management;
- heritage and eco-tourism managers who are interested in gaining knowledge and skills in heritage conservation and management; and
- development practitioners interested in heritage planning, conservation, management and tourism.
For more information, please download the brochure of the course.