ANHER is, to simplify, an analysis of good practice in vocational training in the domain of cultural and natural heritage. Participants of the project were asked to prepare questionnaires regarding the issue in six European countries. The results are national reports written in national languages (in Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish and English) as well as a transnational report (in English) (Output 1).
The next step of the ANHER is to use the obtained data to create new ten e-learning modules and case studies on cultural and natural heritage (Output 3). These materials are an essential part of the E-archaeology Content Repository, a kind of storage where distance learning materials will be kept and can be used to teach about the value and role of cultural and natural heritage.
ANHER has practical implications. This means that after the production of training curricula for different target groups (Output 2), training of selected target groups were organized. The ANHER project aim was to create distant learning courses for the professionals who work with natural and cultural heritage, each partner produced a report in which all details of training are included. These reports are the Output 7 of the ANHER project. In order to truly improve the integrated approach towards the cultural and natural heritage in different countries, it is planned to create Centers of Integrated Heritage Teaching Excellence in each participating institution. The same reasoning is behind setting up local versions of the Content Repository in each partner institution.