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New training initiative for people working at World Heritage sites

World Heritage is English Language & Communication Skills Training, based in Bath, UK a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The training is designed for people who:

  • work in World Heritage management and conservation
  • use English at work
  • want to improve their English language and communication skills

The main focus of this training initiative is to help participants improve the everyday effectiveness of their communication with other World Heritage professionals. It provides a positive learning experience in three different British World Heritage sites.

World Heritage Course details

Dates:20th 27th April, 2008 or 4th-11th May, 2008

Duration: 1 week (7 nights)
Course location: Words4Work, 3 Gay Street, Bath
Accommodation: Bath city centre hotels
Group size: small groups (maximum 8 participants)
Transfers: free from Bristol International Airport
Course fee: 1,500


The closing date for applications is Friday, 22nd February, 2008.

The training programme includes:

  • language and communication skills activities focusing on heritage management issues
  • visits to three World Heritage Sites [Bath, Stonehenge and Avebury, Jurassic Coast]
  • discussions about heritage policy and practice with local professionals
  • visits to museums, historic buildings and regeneration sites
  • opportunities for cultural activities: theatres, art galleries, concerts

For further information follow the link to http://www.words4work.com/course_ch.asp or e-mail