New Intensive Course on Interpretation of the Natural Heritage: registration is open
During July 1-6, 2019, the School will offer the Intensive Course on Interpretation of the Natural Heritage to improve theoretical and practical skills for guiding activities in natural environments. This is a certified HeriQ course validated by Interpret Europe. Apply now.
Join the new Intensive Course on Interpretation of the Natural Heritage hosted by the School of Tourism and Hotel Management of the UAB during July 1-6, 2019.
This course will be conducted in English to help promoting the expertise from professionals and experts on natural heritage, part of the School’s Postgraduate in Ecotourism and Nature Guide curriculum, through a week-long intensive training with theoretical and practical ecotourism guiding field activities in the natural area of the Campus.
Participants will learn about different tools and techniques related to the profession of the nature guide, the preparation and execution of guided routes, communication and interpretation of natural heritage, the use of natural resources and the assessment of their activities.
Students will obtain a Certificate as interpretative guides from Interpret Europe, the association of Heritage Interpretation professionals in Europe. This certificate includes a free one-year membership for Interpret Europe.
The course is coordinated and taught by Evarist March Sarlat, a graduate in Biology, a professional nature guide, certified trainer of Interpret Europe and director of Naturalwalks.
In order to formalise registration, applicants must pay the course fee May 31, 2019, in the following link.
Intensive Course on Interpretation of Natural Heritage.