ACCU Training Courses

Group Training Course

ACCU provides the group training course under the themes “Architecture” or “Archaeology” in alternate years since 2000 with the sponsorship of ICCROM and Agency for Cultural Affairs. Sixteen selected participants from the Asia Pacific region learn the global trend and case studies in Japan through the lecture, practical work session, site studying, and discussion.

  • Training Period: about 1 month
  • Number of Participants:about 16
  • Total Number of Participants:314 from 37 countries (2000-2020)
FY Themes Number of participants(countries)
2022 Conservation and Management of Wooden Built Heritage’(Online), 14(12)
2021 Investigation, Preservation, and Management of Archaeological Sites (online) 12 (8)
2020 Investigation, Preservation, and Management of Archaeological Sites (online) 13 (13)
2019 Conservation and Management of Wooden Structures 16 (15)
2018 Investigation, Preservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 16 (16)

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Thematic Training Course

Under the thematic training course, 2-3 specialists each from 2-3 countries, which have similar challenges regarding cultural heritage protection, learn the specific theme according to their request. Since the curriculum is specifically designed to meet their needs, participants can deepen their understandings and acquire the advanced knowledge as well as basic one.

  • Training Period:less than 1 month
  • Number of Participants:about 3-6 (each from 2-3 countries)
  • Total Number of Participants:108 from 25 countries (2000-2020)

*The former name of the training is “Individual Training Course”or“Specific Theme Training Course.”

FY Themes Number of participants(countries)
2022 3D Documentation Methods for Archaeological Sites (Online) 10 (Viet Nam)
2021 Photographic Documentation of Heritage Building (Online) 8 (Indonesia)
2020 Management in Use of Heritage (Online) 22 (Bhutan)
2019 Documentation, Conservation, and Utilisation of Museum Objects 6 (Kyrgyz Republic 2, Tajikistan 2, Uzbekistan 2)
2018 Conservation Science for Museum Objects 5 (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Pakistan)

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FY Themes Number of participants(countries)
2017 A Study of Museology 6 (Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands)
2016 A Study of Museology 6 (Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar)
2015 A Study of Museology 6 (Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka)
2014 Photographic Documentation of Cultural Heritage and Management/Utilisation of Digital Data 3 (Bhutan)
2014 Research, Preservation, Maintenance and Utilisation of Archaeological Sites and Remains 2 (Vanuatu)
2013 Recording/Documentation of Archaeological Sites 3 (Bangladesh)
2013 Research, Preservation, Maintenance and Utilisation of Archaeological Sites and Remains 2 (Kiribati)
2012 Preservation and Documentation of Historic Buildings 3 (Indonesia)
2011 Preservation and Documentation of Historic Buildings 3 (Indonesia)
2010 Recording/Documentation of Archaeological Sites and Artefacts 3 (Mongolia)
2009 Conservation and Documentation of Cultural Properties 3 (Mongolia)
2009 Recording/Documentation of Archaeological Sites and Artefacts 3 (Lao PDR)
2008 Preservation and Management of Archaeological Site 3 (Cambodia)
2008 Conservation Science 3 (Uzbekistan)
2007 Overview of Museology 2 (Maldives)
2007 Preservation of Historic Buildings and Townscape 3 (Viet Nam)
2006 Conservation Science 2 (Viet Nam)
2006 Conservation Science 2 (Palau)
2005 Measuring Survey of Archaeological Sites 2 (Fiji)
2005 Conservation Science 1 (Nepal)
2004 Conservation Science 2 (China)
2004 Investigation of Archaeological Sites and Remains 1 (Micronesia)
2003 Conservation Science 1 (Viet Nam)
2003 Photographic Documentation 2 (Afghanistan)
2002 Cultural Heritage Protection/ Exhibition Method of Unearthed Cultural Relics/ Method of Scientific Conservation 3 (Afghanistan, Cambodia, China)
2001 Cultural Heritage Protection 2 (Cambodia, Korea)
2000 Cultural Heritage Protection (Conservation Science) 3 (China, Myanmar, Nepal)

Workshop

The overseas workshop aims at providing local experts who engaged in cultural heritage protection with the practical training according to their needs. Several instructors dispatched from Japan make a lecture using the cultural properties of the home country as teaching materials.

  • Training Period:about 10 days
  • Number of Participants:about 15-20
  • Total Number of Participants:231 (2007-2020)
FY Country Themes Participants
2022 Kazakhstan(Online) Digital Tools for Preservation and Display of Museum Objects 12 researchers from Kazakhstan
2021 Myanmar (Online) Photographic Documentation of Archaeological Artefacts 15 researchers from Myanmar
2020 Sri Lanka (Online) Photography Techniques for Cultural Heritage (online course) 20 researchers from Sri Lanka
2019 Cambodia (Phnom Penh) Photographic Techniques for Cultural Properties 18 researchers from Cambodia
2018 Fiji (Suva) Documentation of Cultural Properties (Measured drawing, ink rubbing, and photography) 15 researchers from Fiji and Tonga

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FY Country Themes Participants
2017 Nepal(Kathmandu) Photographic Documentation of Cultural Heritage and Management/Utilisation of Digital Data 20 researchers from all over Nepal
2016 Republic of the Philippines
(Kawit, Cavite and Manila)
Documentation Methods for Traditional Wooden Structures 15 researchers from all over the Philippines
2015 Bhutan(Thimphu) Recording/Documentation and Preservation Research Methods for Archaeological Artefacts 20 researchers from all over Bhutan
2014 Bangladesh(Dhaka) Recording/documentation and preservation research methods for archaeological artefacts 15 researchers from all over Bangladesh
2013 Sri Lanka(Kandy) Recording/Documentation and Research Methods for Wooden Structures; and Formulating Conservation and Management Strategies 15 researchers from all over Sri Lanka
2012 Indonesia
(Martapura and Banjarbaru, South Kalimantan)
Recording/Documentation and Research Methods for Wooden Structures; and Formulating Conservation and Management Strategies 18 researchers from all over Indonesia.
2011 Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar)
Recording/Documentation of Archaeological Artefacts 15 researchers from all over Mongolia.
2010 Lao P.D.R. (Vientiane) Recording/Documentation of Archaeological Artefacts 15 researchers from all over Lao P.D.R.
2009 Viet Nam (Hoi An) Recording/Documentation and Research Methods for Wooden Structures; Formulating Conservation and Management Strategies 16 researchers from all over Viet Nam
2008 Uzbekistan (Tashkent) Measured Drawing of Archaeological Artefacts and Photography for Documenting Artefacts 14 researchers from all over Uzbekistan
2007 Cambodia (Siem Reap) Measured Drawing of Archaeological Artefacts and Photography for Documenting Artefacts 15 researchers from APSARA