Digital & Audiovisual Capacity Building for
Accessible Heritage

Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union, DigiTraining provides small and midsized museums and heritage institutions with digital skills and the managerial tools to benefit from them

DigiTraining is specifically targeted to benefit small or midsize museums, as well as other tangible or intangible cultural heritage organisations, which have a physical structure and facilities accessible to the general public. The project, that runs until July 2022, responds to the urgent need for providing specific support to the cultural and creative heritage sector in a challenging environment.


DigiTraining has launched an open call to European small and midsize museums! A transparent selection procedure will identify a maximum of 60 organisations, whose staff will take part at no cost in the project’s training activities, organised by experienced professionals from the consortium organisations. A number of selected applicants will benefit from personalised and tailor-made support and digital production services directly adapted to their needs and mission.


DigiTraining’s consortium merges a highly experienced team with complementary skills and competencies to respond to the urgent need for providing specific support to the cultural and creative heritage sector. Experts in digital technology research, execution and training have come together with experts in direct support on management and innovation for start-ups and midsize organisations as well as with experts in media, communication and audience development in the cultural sector; and in audiovisual & virtual reality production for the arts and cultural heritage, to provide the support that so many Cultural Heritage Institutions (CHIs) are in need of at this time.

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