Digital Planning for the Cultural Sector provides just-in-time training for professionals in the museum, heritage and cultural sector to develop the critical competencies and skills needed to make informed decisions around the future of digital technologies for cultural organizations. Learners will develop a comprehensive understanding of the opportunities for cultural organizations in a digital economy, alongside tools and strategies to successfully plan and implement digital initiatives.
BC residents participating in Digital Planning for the Cultural Sector as a professional development micro-credential supported by the Ministry of Advanced Education will be eligible for a 25% tuition subsidy
Online asynchronous delivery will increase access for working professionals and geographically dispersed participants
Can be taken as a stand-alone professional development opportunity, as an elective in certificate or diploma programs in the Cultural Resource Management Programs, or be used as transfer credit towards studies in another post-secondary institution
Opportunity to upskill or reskill with critical skills that are in demand in cultural organizations