"The Foundation was established to encourage further education in the community, organise cultural activities and organise activities aimed at the conservation of its heritage assets and promote research, regenerate and restore the architectural fabric of the site through community-based partnerships."
“Seek not to understand that you may believe, but believe that you may understand.”
In a post pandemic scenario VECTOR has been developed to restore the programme of the incubator CARL Lab and initiate a multi-skill and multi-speed training process. VECTOR is directed to engage further its volunteers in site Management in all its aspects and strengthen the capability and capacity of locals' skills especially those engaged or willing to be engaged in the cultural and heritage sector. VECTOR will be inviting professionals in the field of; Health and Safety (with special reference to Fire Marshals); Tourist Guides (with special reference to local heritage); Basic Barista Course (Cafe Management); Basic Data Entry Operators (specifically to update Inventories). The restorers address critical assets and will assist the Foundation through skilled volunteers for conservation, cleaning, maintenance, registering, tagging and presentation and exhibition of artefacts for the collection. It will also host the main server (separate funding) for the Inventory of the Collection. Further training sessions in the 3rd phase of implementation will include short courses in; Art appreciation, History of the site, Heritage Management and Site Management. The Courses will be certified at MQF LEVELS 1-2, under the supervision of a contractor/project manager. This programme will be reviewed to respond to the needs of the CIC bi-annually. Other informal training will be provided on an annual basis in tandem with the recruitment programme.