During the training course, participants experience and develop subjects mainly on their own in small groups and in exercises on site while most presentations are kept short. This empowers participants to take ownership of their learning, sharing the outcomes and providing feedback to assess the results.
The certification process itself consists of the presentation of the interpretive planning proposal developed with their team during the course, a written test, and the development of their own original interpretive plan at a heritage site of their choice after the course has ended.
You can read more about the course here Certified Interpretive Planner (CIP) course – Interpret Europe (interpret-europe.net)
The course is held in Trysil. Trysil is Norway’s largest ski destination in winter and are rich in natural- and cultural heritage. It has one national park and one regional park.
Read more about Trysil on Visit Norway. Plan your trip to Trysil | Activities, hotels, food and drink (visitnorway.com)
You have to book your own accomodation in Trysil. We will however make reservations at a central location, please contact us for further information.
All lunches and one dinner is included in the fee.
For a residential course, participants should arrive the night before the course starts and stay for the night after the course ended. This way, they would neither be distracted during the first sessions of the course by organising themselves at the venue.
How to get here
You can get to Trysil by taking the plane to Gardermoen, and then the bus from Gardermoen to Trysil. (2,5 h.) NW130 Trysilekspressen | Buss Trysil – Elverum – Oslo (nor-way.no)
You can also drive here by car. From Oslo it takes about 3 hours.
You can also take a train to Elverum, and go on the bus to Trysil there. Se reiseforslag | vy.no