A two-day seminar was held at the Hotel Iota, within the framework of the First Training Route for Cultural Routes in Georgia, led by two Council of Europe experts: Professor Mike Robinson and Carolyn Clark. The closing ceremony was attended by Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport - Levan Kharatishvili.
The training was organized by the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia, National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation and Cultural Routes, European Institute. Its purpose was to introduce key features of the Council of Europe's Cultural Routes program to local agencies, managers and stakeholders involved in the route certified by the Council of Europe. The training also focused on questions of establishing, developing, managing and financing cultural routes.
The training lasted 2 days and 35 participants were given joint certificates by the Council of Europe.