You start with a passion for culture and history—emerit Heritage Interpreter training adds delivery and professionalism
Whether providing guided tours in parks, museums or around town, emerit trained Heritage Interpreters create meaningful and memorable experiences for visitors. But doing so requires more than an encyclopedic knowledge of facts and figures, you also need well-timed delivery.
Delivery is just one of the skills in the emerit Heritage Interpreter training program. emerit training also fine-tunes your communication skills and processes to maintain professionalism, and it provides the skills to develop new programs.
The Heritage Interpreter program includes the following modules:
- Fundamentals of Interpretation
- Program Development
- Program Delivery
A Heritage Interpreter must be a master storyteller, and use acquired knowledge combined with first-hand experience so visitors can relate on a personal level. You will transform information into an experience.
Take pride in your work; get emerit Heritage Interpreter training to acquire the skills, and certification to gain the recognition. When you complete the certification process, you will be awarded the Tourism Certified Manager (TCM) designation. To get started, select the most convenient training format from the list below