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National Occupational Standards and the National Skills Academy: what they can do for you

Organiser: Kate Geary and CCSkills

National Occupational Standards for Archaeological Practice were developed in 2002/3 and revised in 2011 but most archaeologists still don’t know what they are and, more importantly, why they’re useful. This session aims to de-mystify the world of NOS and is aimed at anyone interested in ensuring that they, their teams and/or their organisations have the skills they need. Run in partnership with CCSkills, the Sector Skills Council for the creative and cultural industries, it will also introduce the new National Skills Academy and what it can do for you.

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