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Each ESR spends up to three secondments (max. 30%) at other institutions, notably outside academics, to put theory into practice and increase job opportunities. The secondments offer extra facilities and training options, while also promoting collaboration between the WPs. They have been selected to help ESRs to: specific questions and skills; b. mature as independent researchers; c.acquire extra data and competences necessary for their individual projects; d.broaden their mind sets and skills and become heritage planning all-rounders; exposed to industry, governmental or other societal partners, to increase opportunities for the job market  and to experience the dynamics, constraints and/or chances  of heritage planning in the field, and f.  contribute to public discussions on the role of heritage in societal problems and sustainable development goals;