Heritage Interpreter – Certification 3.1

Includes National Occupational Standards and Certification Prep Pack. Certification for this occupation includes three core components: an exam, requisite experience, and a performance evaluation. The exam consists of 100 questions based on the National Occupational Standards for Heritage Interpreter (version 3.0). Required industry experience is a minimum of 1200 qualified hours. The performance evaluation is made up of two assessments: (1) an observation, where the assessor observes a video of the candidate delivering an interpretive product, and (2) an interview, during which the assessor evaluates the candidate's product development skills. Excellent study resources are available to help you prepare for this certification.

Successful completion of the Heritage Interpreter Professional Certification program leads to the Tourism Certified Manager (TCM) designation.

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