CITs

Certified Interpretive Trainer (CIT)

 

 

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photo by Božidar Raos

 

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Zsuzsa Tolnay (Hungary)

 

Professional background:

MSc in Biology, MSc in World Heritage Management. Employed at the Hortobágy National Park and World Heritage Site, and Association of Cultural Heritage Managers. Fields of expertise: nature conservation, heritage management, World Heritage, heritage interpretation.

 

I have been on a long quest to find deeper meaning in heritage sites. It’s something that strikes a chord in all of us, something beyond facts and figures. Having found the path to this in heritage interpretation, my new quest is now to share what I can give.

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Professional background:

MA in Sociology and Anthropology (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb), Co-Founder of the Cultural Innovation Centre (INK).

 

While my colleagues work with wilderness creatures, I study those of society. As an anthropologist in a nature park, I teach how humans transform the environment and how nature affects people, an interconnected process summarised in 3 key words: heritage, identity and landscape.

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BA in History, PGdip in Heritage Interpretation, self-employed interpretive consultant and trainer

 

IE courses are a highlight in my work as a trainer, bringing me motivation and reward, seeing participants shine when they feel something significantly changed in their lives. My true wealth grows with the many relationships built up during courses that are then transformed into fruitful cooperation.

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