IfA training courses
IfA provides a number of training and CPD opportunities for members and non members covering all aspects of archaeology and the historic environment. Many of these day workshops and courses are run by our Special Interest and Area groups, and are held around the UK. Courses range in both price and format, and are often free for members or offered at a reduced price.
If you would be interested in running a training workshop, or would like to see one which covers a particular area, please get in touch with Lianne Birney at Lianne.Birney@archaeologists.net.
We also include relevant forthcoming training events in our monthly eBulletin, which are circulated to all members around the middle of each month. If you would like to include your event in the bulletin, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Infrastructure and the Historic Environment - 23 February
New research on Organic Finds - 20 March - Postponed
Good practice in Archiving - Various Dates and Locations
IfA Conference and training event
Every year IfA hosts a Conference and training event, which includes a range of seminars and workshops. You can find out more about the next conference and sessions included on the conference pages.
Other training courses
A wide range of professional short courses are available, delivered by a number of institutions on behalf of the Archaeology Training Forum. In addition to the well established programme at Oxford University Department of Continuing Education, courses are also offered at the Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage (University of Birmingham) and the School of Archaeology and Ancient History at Leicester University. This page will be updated as new courses become available. Many of the one day courses are subsidised by English Heritage and all provide excellent professional training and CPD opportunities.
For further details of the courses available, please see the following