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Wednesday, October 28 • 18:30 - 19:30
FRAME Expert Workshop: How can international collaborations initiate more relevant and efficient training programmes? - part 1

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10 years ago, INA designed FRAME, a professional training programme co-funded by the Europe Creative programme of the EU and supported by FIAT/IFTA and EBU Academy. It aimed at strengthening international archive professionals’ skills by responding current audiovisual landscape evolutions, making the most of this transnational dialogue and cooperation framework.

Based on this 10-year experience, we propose a reflection on international collaboration in the training field: how can transnational dialogue help to identify the development and needs for current and future competencies? How can international training programmes benefit professionals who need to develop skills to meet the urgent imperatives to safeguard AV archives as well as to professionals looking to implement the latest technological innovations for AV contents management? What is the relevant level for their implementation to better suit all professionals’ needs: national, regional, continental, international? How to design and implement these international training programmes?

Making the most of the joint FIAT/IFTA-IASA Conference, the workshop proposes to gather all kinds of audiovisual archive sectors and types of institutions in this reflection. It will initiate exchanges to identify which are necessary skills in all audiovisual archiving activities – from preventive preservation to audiovisual content promotion and use of new technologies – to enable professionals to meet today requirements as well as to adapt future trends. The discussion will continue with sharing of experiences and best practices and drawing answers in the international training field. To do so, it comprises:

1. A workshop to identify skills and training needs and requirements, and their evolutions. This workshop will be based on exchanges between 3 speakers and with the audience
2. A round table to illustrate the questions rose as part of the workshop with 4 examples of international training programmes, implemented by several types of institutions and at different levels

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Marie Tanché

European & international projects officer, INA

Clément Malherbe

Project Manager, INA
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Christine Braemer

Head of Digital Heritage and Multimedia Documentation, INA
Christine Braemer joined the Training Department of the French National Audiovisual Institute in 2005 as a training manager. She’s in charge of the Digital Heritage and Multimedia Documentation training programs. In that position, she conceives and organises training courses in... Read More →
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Will Prentice

Phonogrammarchiv, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Will Prentice is the Training and Dissemination Manager for the Unlocking Our Sound Heritage project at the British Library, where he has worked since 1999. He is Chair of the IASA Training & Education Committee, sits on the IASA Technical Committee and is a Trustee of the EMI Archive... Read More →
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Delphine Wibaux

Deputy Head of International Affairs, INA
Delphine Wibaux is Deputy Head of International Affairs at the French National Audiovisual Institute INA). She is in charge of designing and implementing INA international development strategy in connection with the priorities of the French Ministry of Culture, responsible for its... Read More →
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David Walsh

Training and Outreach Coordinator, FIAF

Wednesday October 28, 2020 18:30 - 19:30 GMT
c. Session 2