WWT Consulting’s Senior Consultant, Beth Môrafon, is now a full Member of the Association of Heritage Interpretation (AHI) following demonstrations of significant competencies in planning, delivery and evaluation of heritage interpretation.
The application was commended by the AHI who wrote “The Panel would like to commend you on the calibre of activity presented as part of your application which is truly impressive. Your passion comes across strongly in your work too which is a real delight”.
Beth has delivered presentations at two of the most recent AHI conferences. Papers were entitled ‘Wetlands on Your Doorstep’ and ‘Historic Landscapes’. She also wrote a Benchmark feature for the AHI Journal on an interpretive pond dipping shelter and platform project that she managed at RSPB Loch Lomond, one of Scotland’s most highly designated sites.
WWT Consulting are delighted to have a fully-fledged Member of the Association of Heritage Interpretation (MAHI) on the team and look forward to working with the AHI further.
Special thanks go to the Panel for their recognition and to WWT Consulting’s Associate Director, Rebecca Woodward and WWT’s Learning Manager, Sue Belej, for supporting the application.