This week, Trident Manor Limited (TM) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection (IFCPP).
Thanks to this strategic partnership, the two organisations will jointly:
- Deliver specialized cultural property protection learning programmes that are certified or bespoke in nature.
- Provide an effective platform for the delivery of any cultural protection messaging.
- Increase mutual support for the protection of cultural heritage globally.
- Raise public awareness on topics and events related to cultural property protection through the dissemination of information and materials.
“If provided with guidance and advice on how to recognize and respond to threats, staff can act as an additional layer of security to cultural venues and their collections. I am extremely pleased to collaborate with the IFCPP as it represents an important step in helping the international community in protecting our cultural heritage for future generations.”
Mr Andy Davis, Managing Director of TM
Trident Manor's Training Academy (TMTA), and the International Arts and Antiquities Security Forum (IAASF) an independent risk, security, and crisis management consultancy with years of experience in the field of cultural property protection. Its training programmes have been delivered internationally to more than 700 attendees. The activities of Trident Manor are supported by the Trident Manor
“One of our missions is to empower cultural heritage professionals around the world in protecting their cultural heritage. This strategic agreement with the IFCPP is a tremendous opportunity for both organisations to maximize the benefits from our mutual interest in educating others on ways of protecting cultural property and heritage more broadly”, said a spokesperson from TMTA.
The International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection is a membership-based non-profit organization that provides resource information, professional development, certification, and education for persons responsible for the protection of cultural properties.
“We are keen in developing and maintaining professional standards and ethical guidelines for the performance of protection-related services. For this reason, we look forward to collaborating with Trident Manor in order to benefit all our members worldwide, and for sharing of industry best practices and expanded outreach and experiences.”
Mr Robert N. Layne, Executive Director of the IFCPP