Training courses are offered to transmit knowledge and practices. These courses are aimed at the professional public regardless of whether or not they work in a heritage environment. They are characterized by an operational approach to allow trainees an effective implementation of knowledge within short sessions over two days and no more than ten participants.
Three training courses are offered:
Goals: (1) Identify and assess the risks associated with entomological infestations and (2) take appropriate measures in the event of a known infestation. This training will allow the creation of entomological reference boxes and the identification of insects frequently encountered in heritage institutions by using suitable optical equipment (binocular magnifier) in connection with the Insectes du patrimoine culturel (Cultural Heritage Insects) database and other bibliographic resources that can be found on the CICRP website.
This training, intended for restorers and curators, aims to improve knowledge and understanding of the methodological chain of studies and the analysis of the constituent materials of paintings and polychromies.
This involves providing trainees with sufficient knowledge to:
The training, consisting of two modules, will focus on a methodological approach to the various 2D imaging techniques, from the actual acquisition to the interpretation of results and their use. Special attention will be given to the implementation of acquisition protocols and reusable image processing for comparison purposes, their specificities, and their limits. This training will be supplemented by an introduction to 3D imaging via photogrammetry and the use of technical imaging in this field.
Information concerning the dates and conditions of access can be found in the “News” section of the website.
CICRP is also involved in training courses at the National Heritage Institute, the Scientific and Technical Center for Construction, the Center for the Conservation and Restoration of Corsica’s Movable Heritage…