NEMO believes in the benefits of fostering learning exchanges and providing training for museum professionals at every level through different activities and training opportunities at the European level. Here are some of the opportunities we offer to the international museum community. Until summer 2021 all training activities will take place online.

Our peer-to-peer learning exchanges allow our members to share best practice with each other.

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Our courses provide training on specific topics, facilitated by international museum experts.

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We invite international museum experts to talk about current museum issues. Everyone is welcome to join in!

Next training opportunity

Training Course

  • Sustainability in cultural heritage
  • Caitlin Southwick, Founder and Executive Director of Ki Culture
  • Dates: 18, 26 May & 3, 11 June 2021. Each session is 2 hours long
  • Apply until Friday 14 May 2021

More information

NEMO Learning Exchange, December 2018

We can make museum count in our respective political landscape with the involvement of all museums and museum workers (Yes, we can!)

Latest NEMO training opportunities

At the moment there is no open call for a NEMO training. Until we announce the next one, have a look at our previous trainings.

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2-3 March 2020 | Warsaw, Poland

Co-organised with POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews and the Association of European Jewish Museums / AEJM

The role museums play in supporting their community’s wellbeing

29 April 2021 | Online

Facilitator: John Falk and Judith Koke, Institute for Learning Innovation