Heritage Practice Training Courses

In partnership with Historic England the University of Leicester has developed a project to deliver practical, technical and specialist skills for heritage professionals.Following the success of the first year of our partnership with Historic England we are delighted to be in the position to offer an expanded range of courses for 2016-2017.

Our Courses

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DateHeritage Practice Training Programme 2016-2017
8 November 2016 Energy Efficiency in Traditionally Constructed Buildings - at the Heritage Skills Centre, Lincoln
21 November 2016 The Conservation & Management of Rural Buildings
25 November 2016 Making Use of Faunal Analysis Reports and Data
8 & 9 February 2017 Understanding and Inspecting Traditional Slate and Tile Roofs - at the Heritage Skills Centre, Lincoln
Spring 2017 Report Writing
Spring 2017 Introduction to Project Management for Archaeologists
Spring 2017 Introduction to Post-Fieldwork Management
21 March 2017 Port Development & The Historic Marine Environment
24 March 2017
Digital Survey & Recording for Historic Buildings
27 & 28 March 2017 Understanding Post-War Architecture
8 May 2017 Introduction to Specifying Works on Historic Buildings - at the Heritage Skills Centre, Lincoln
8 & 9 May 2017 Managing our Military Heritage
24 May 2017 Aerial Archaeology for Research & Heritage Management
4 & 5 September 2017 Understanding Statements of Significance
18 & 19 September 2017 Understanding Industrial Assets
2 & 3 October 2017 Assessing the Impact of Development on the Setting of Heritage Assets

Our Aim

Our CPD courses will enhance your skills, address key areas to develop your knowledge and career prospects, as well as bridging skills gaps within the sector.

With input from Historic England, the University of Leicester, the Heritage Skills Centre, and nationally recognised experts each course will focus on specific practical, technical, and specialist skills for heritage professionals. The three-year programme will be wide-ranging and cover topics such as re-use of rural buildings, post-war architecture, archiving, and creating statements of significance.

To ensure you get the most out of every course you attend there will be a limited number of places available, this will vary depending on the course and the advice of the individual Course Director.

Our Venues

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The Heritage Skills Centre at Lincoln Castle (image: Lincs CC) at Lincoln Castle (image: Lincs CC)

We will be hosting the courses at a variety of locations to ensure that we best cater to the specific requirements of each course.

Venues include:

Our Pricing

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