The network is involved in lots of education and divulgation activities, such as: thesis offers (degree and Post-Doctoral), visits to the laboratories for groups of students, training courses and dissemination events.
- Visits to the laboratories
- Training courses
- Dissemination events
Since 2014, CHNet organizes every year one-week schools in the framework of the Italian node E-RIHS.it of the European Research Infrastructure for Heritage Science E-RIHS. These Training Camps, characterized by a practical and multidisciplinar approach, allow the participants to apply the instrumentation of the Research Institutions and Universities involved to real case works of art or archaeological finds.