Result 4 was formulated based on the learning outcomes associated with the three primary profiles integral to risk management and first aid in the realm of written cultural heritage. The consortium meticulously examined the roles and requirements in terms of skills, knowledge, and competencies, drawing insights from the preceding results. Subsequently, utilizing the conclusions derived from the outputs, a tailored training trajectory was developed for each profile. Even though three distinct roles have been delineated, the consortium underscores their interconnectedness. Understanding each role, along with its associated tasks, skills, and responsibilities, is crucial for effective collaboration during emergencies. It is imperative to acknowledge that this collaboration commences in the realm of risk management, not solely during catastrophic events but well in advance, during the risk prevention phase. Hence, the decision was made to categorize the modules according to each role while concurrently affording all stakeholders the opportunity to undergo training and acquire information on all identified profiles.
The table below provides a comprehensive overview of the training modules designed for the Supervisor, the Expert, and the volunteers.
All training materials have been translated into the Consortium languages (SK, RO, IT, EN) to guarantee more accessibility to contents and information. On the project webpage, there is a specific session dedicated to SafeCult G-classroom in which it is possible to read and study all training material produced during the project. We wish that it could be useful for the preparation and planning of disaster risk management in written cultural heritage and, at the same time to provide standard processes and procedures to reinforce the EU cross-border collaboration to face the emergency linked to Climate change and not only.