D7.1 IPERION HS Training Plan
The essential aim of Task 7.1 is to provide targeted training to develop suitably skilled individuals and to raise awareness amongst potential users of the benefits of using IPERION HS facilities. To this purpose, it has been decided to organize two Doctoral Summer Schools (HS-DSS) and two Training Camps (HS-TC) aimed at developing highly skilled professionals in the wider heritage research community, fostering cooperation between the academic community and heritage and research institutions.
... veral online meetings have been organized in order to discuss and decide about the curricula and dates of the training activities. Given the uncertainty linked with the ongoing pandemic, it was decided that the first HS-DSS will be delivered virtually in July 2021, whereas the first HS-TC will be implemented in person in 2022 when it is expected the current travel restrictions will not be active anymore. The first HS-DSS will mainly report on successful TNA and JRA achieved during the IPERION-CH project and will be addressed to a postgraduate, PhD and post-doc audience. As the HS-TC are intended to be more interactive and more appropriate for learners with a mixed educational and professional background, it was decided to organise them in person in 2022 and 2023 respectively. Both the HS-DSS and HS-TC will attract learners from a wide range of disciplines, so it is important to choose the subject materials and lecturers carefully.