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The profession of curator may be carried out by any person who has appropriate education and passed expert examination in the field of museum. The curator takes care of the storage of museum collection items.
A curator monitors the state of these items in storage facilities, at exhibitions and during their transfers, transports or changes of the storage conditions. A curator most frequently works at the museum in the field of archaeology, art, craft and history.
The curator shall have acquired publicly valid high education of at least level 2 in the field of museology or conservation science or publicly valid high education of at least level 2 in the relevant field and one-year training in the organisation in the field of cultural heritage protection.
- Evidence of education
Recognition of qualifications acquired abroad
There are following systems for the recognition of professional qualifications acquired in the EU: