Landward Research Ltd are part of the new ANHER (Innovative format of education and training of the integrated archaeological and natural heritage) project, funded by the European Commission's Erasmus Plus Strategic Partnerships in VET programme.
The project is led by the Institute of Prehistory at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan.
The project’s ultimate objective involves improving skills for green jobs and eventually create green work places for people from archaeological and natural heritage sectors. Understanding the environmental impact of archaeological heritage and significance of natural heritage for regulations and practices in the domain of archaeological heritage is to be mainstreamed into education and vocational training systems. Accordingly, the project will produce a range of innovative didactic materials that shall meet these objectives. Finally, in order to make the delivery of this new content sustainable, the project intends to establish Centers of Integrated Heritage Teaching Excellence. They will provide an organizational structure to educational activities in the domain of integrated heritage. The shall be able to effectively use different methods of distance learning in the domain of the integrated heritage dedicated to different job markets.