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Testimonials from our Program Participants

Sarah Webeck, Godden Mackay Logan at Port Arthur
(source: GML Newsletter December 2012)
 
 
"I’d recommend this course to everyone, of any skill level, and from any background, who is interested in heritage. I had an amazing time, met some wonderful people, and got to really explore and understand the various issues facing a complex heritage site and how it can be successfully managed" (Sarah Webeck, Godden Mackay Logan, participant in Port Arthur World Heritage Professional Development Short Course, October 2012)
 
 
“It was an excellent course which was well structured, and the level and breadth of presenters was amazingly good”   (participant in Port Arthur World Heritage Professional Development Short Course)
 
 
“Amazing Course! I now feel much more knowledgeable and have made good connections in the heritage world.” (participant in Port Arthur World Heritage Professional Development Short Course)
 
“I feel that this has been one of the more useful educational courses I have ever done. Concentrated attention on a topic led by industry professionals is invaluable and an excellent way of teaching for many of us who are already working in the industry.” (participant in Port Arthur World Heritage Professional Development Short Course)
 
“On site learning is the most effective. Applying knowledge to real life situations is how we will develop as good heritage managers.” (participant in Port Arthur World Heritage Professional Development Short Course)
 
 “Please accept my thanks for the wonderful symposium you organised…. I feel that I have a much better view of oral history and its importance now. It was a great day. Thank you very much.”   (participant in the Oral History Professional Update session)
 
“The Yilpara community provided me with the inspiration to develop my skills further to assist Aboriginal communities to find solutions to protect their heritage and at the same time sustain their communities.”   (Participant in the Understanding Connections in Caring for Country Course at Blue Mud Bay)
 
“Thank you for the fantastic opportunity to undertake the course along with the ANU students. It has been the best professional development training that I have undertaken.” (participant in the Port Arthur Best Practice Professional Development Short Course)

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