This section proposes practical methods and tools for educational events/activities in the different areas of the project, as identified by the partners and target groups (young people, senior knowledge holders, local authorities and social partners).

Project Delivery

The main objective of project delivery is to raise citizens' awareness of their area and mobilise them to safeguard this heritage. The design and implementation of the programme and the engagement of its stakeholders are essential to the success of the project. We propose a "methodological toolbox" to guide communities using tool sheets describing the key steps in the design and organisation of these events, the questions to ask and the pitfalls to avoid.

It is essential, at the very beginning of the project, to organise a meeting with all the decision-makers and stakeholders concerned to provide an overview of the activities, set objectives, ensure that everyone sees the event in the same way and clarify everyone's expectations. At this time, it is important to bring together all the relevant and essential information for project planning. The primary purpose of this meeting is to define three elements that will serve as the foundation for the event: the mission, objectives and profile of the participants. These three elements will be the basis for all the decisions you will have to make during the planning process, including the choice of the type of educational intervention.

Project Delivery: Download the full Toolkit

This annex contains the reports of the training programmes carried out by each of the project partners.