Over thirty attendees, to include cultural heritage experts, students, owners, architects, museum staff, craftsmen, received couple of theoretical lectures.  However, main focus of the training was the assessment of in situ state of wooden heritage objects and key aspects of preparing maintenance and care plans. Training attendees completed tasks prepared by specialists of Wooden Built Heritage Conservation, Research and Training Centre dr. Rasa Bertasiute and Romas Valancius. During the training attendees in the Museum visited Aristaveles manor house and in this Manor transferred granary, manor hause in  the Sveicarija village (Jonava district) , granarys in Stuciai (Utena district) and Salos (Ignalina district) village and on the next day –  small town synagogue in Ziezmariai (Kaisiadoriai district). Training attendees benefited from live discussions while completing the tasks and had an opportunity to gain and deepen  their understanding of maintaining and caring for the wooden heritage. Mr. Tore Per Sonju,  an teacher at the project partner‘s Building Restoration Center of Bukerud County Administration,  gladly shared his experience and knowledge.  He recommended to focus on research on craftsmenship of various locations and revival and conservation of traditions.

The training was held as part of the project „Development of Wooden Built Heritage Conservation, Research and Training Center in the former Aristavėlė manor house“, sponsored by Republic of Lithuania and EEA and Norwegian finacial mechanisms.