University of Leicester CPD courses


4 & 5 September 2017 – Understanding & Creating Statements of Significance
https://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/history/heritage/understanding-creatin...
A two day CPD course focused on understanding the value of significance for assessing heritage assets, featuring speakers from Historic England and independent consultants the two day course will offer guidance to people new to assessment, as well as guidance for those with more experience. Prices start from £225 (excluding accommodation), or £275 (including accommodation & evening meal).

7 & 8 September 2017: Digital data for archaeologists

12 September 2017: Writing for Publication

15 September 2017: Curating the Palaeolithic (at Birkbeck, London)

18 & 19 September 2017 – Understanding Industrial Assets – Conservation & Management
https://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/history/heritage/understanding-industr...
This course will examine issues around the conservation and management of Industrial Heritage. It will provide an understanding of a selection of industrial (and post-industrial) buildings and sites, the assessment of their significance, their protection, and the management issues faced by these kinds of heritage assets. Prices start from £225 (excluding accommodation), or £275 (including accommodation & evening meal).

22 September 2017: Archaeological report writing & writing for 'grey' literature

25 September 2017: Specifying work on historic buildings - Heritage Skills Centre, Lincoln

27 & 28 September 2017: Architecture for archaeologists

2 & 3 October 2017 – Assessing the impact of development of the setting of heritage assets
https://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/history/heritage/setting-heritage-assets
This exciting two day heritage CPD course focuses on the importance of setting when managing heritage assets. The course covers a broad range of issues including; how we define setting and its key concepts, how to assess significance, and its contribution to the heritage industry. Prices start from £225 (excluding accommodation), or £275 (including accommodation & evening meal).

5 October 2017: Working with community groups & volunteer management

10 October 2017: Management of archaeological projects

11 October 2017: Locating, using, and safeguarding archival sources

16 & 17 October 2017: Conservation of rural buildings

23 October 2017: Heritage and Conservation in the Planning Process

24 October 2017: Project management of post-fieldwork analysis

Further details and course booking available here: http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/history/heritage

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