Postgraduate course using distance learning
The Diario reports that AFERAM, the Madeira Folklore and Ethnography Association, in partnership with the Portuguese Folklore Federation and the Piaget Institute (ISEIT de Almada – University Education), is promoting a Postgraduate Course in Traditional and Popular Portuguese Cultural Heritage in Madeira.
That will take place on Saturdays, over a six month period, using a distance learning system.
AFERAM is an organisation that aims to foster good relations between the various associated groups and raise awareness of training in these communities, thereby promoting the quality of folklore and defending Portuguese cultural heritage. Their objectives are stated as the collection, preservation, and dissemination of the region’s ethno-folk customs and traditions.