International Training Courses

NEMO's goal is to facilitate condensed training sessions on aspects of management and issues such as funding and EU projects to build on the capacity and functioning of the national museums organisations in Europe.
The international workshops will be facilitated by museum organisations' experts on business models, staff trainings and management issues for museum organisations' professionals.

Participation at NEMO's Training Courses is open to staff members or members of the steering committes/executive boards of NEMO members and associated members or those appointed by a NEMO member. Find out more through our facts at a glance or by browsing through our recent courses below.

International Training Courses are free of charge for members and supported by travel grants.

Since February 2018 can non-members active in the museum sector participate in NEMO International Training Courses for a fee of 250 euro. The offer presents an opportunity to attend NEMO activities while considering becoming a member. The NEMO membership costs 250 euro annually, meaning that a non-member organisation attending a NEMO activity can become a member free of charge! If you wish to attend a NEMO International Training Course as a non-member, please get in touch with office@ne-mo.org. Find out more about a NEMO membership here!

 

Upcoming International Training Course

Topic: Developing and delivering a multilingual narrative
Facilitator: The House of European History
Date: 17 September 2018
Location: Brussels, Belgium
More information can be found here
APPLY BEFORE 19 JUNE 2018

Topic: Regional development through heritage in Sweden
FacilitatorsJamtli Foundation and the Nordic Centre of Heritage Learning and Creativity
Date: 29 June 2018
Location: Östersund, Sweden
More information can be found here
THE CALL FOR APPLICATIONS IS CLOSED

If you would like to host a Training Course, please get in touch with us at office@ne-mo.org!

Past International Training Courses

Museum Marketing is Business: How to set it up, considering international experiences, knowledge and models
Hosted by State Historical-Architectural Reserve Icherisheher, Azerbaijan & facilitated by Björn Stenvers
25-26 November 2017, Baku (Azerbaijan)

Does the business thinking approach end the era of 'traditional museums' or does it set the museum free?
hosted by the Danish Museums Association
30 September 2016, Copenhagen (Denmark)
SUMMARY, PICTURES AND PRESENTATIONS OF THE EVENT

Tools to make your digital collections widely visible.
in partnership with Michael Culture, the Prussian Heritage Foundation and Europeana
15-16 February 2016, Berlin (Germany)
SUMMARY AND PICTURES OF THE EVENT

Digital storytelling: a practical training to understand the potential of the method in a museum context
requested by the National Network of Romanian Museums
16-18 November 2015, Bucharest (Romania)
SUMMARY, PRESENTATIONS, PICTURES AND VIDEOS FROM THE EVENT

 

Museum trends and prospects for 2018
In partnership with We Are Museums and Buzzeum
15 September 2017, Paris (France)
SUMMARY AND PRESENTATIONS OF THE EVENT

How to best work between politics, research and practice
hosted by Jamtli
28 April 2016, Östersund (Sweden)
SUMMARY, PRESENTATIONS AND PICTURES OF THE EVENT

Building a digital strategy & developing the tools you need!
In partnership with WAM Learning, facilitated by Tijana Tasich
27 November 2015, Riga (Latvia)
SUMMARY AND PICTURES OF THE EVENT

Staff matters!

hosted by the Netherlands Museum Association
13 March 2015, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)


Introduction to German Museums Association's work and specific initiatives and insight into EU structures, functioning and funding.
hosted by the German Museums Association
23 February 2015, Berlin (Germany)
SUMMARY, PICTURES AND PRESENTATIONS OF THE EVENT

Do you want to learn more about the training courses? Aims, application procedure, requirements, and options to get involved? Then check out the facts at a glance!