CIfA is the leading professional body representing archaeologists working in the UK and overseas.

Many different people are employed in conserving, managing and understanding the historic environment. Seeking the advice and guidance of a professional archaeologist ensures you receive the best possible service.

Our members are professionally accredited and skilled in the study and care of the historic environment. They sign up to a rigorous Code of conduct, professional development (CPD) schemes and complaints procedures to uphold competence and standards in archaeology.

CIfA champions professionalism in archaeology, which is good for practitioners, clients and protects the public. We do this by setting standards, improving careers and promoting best practice.

CIfA News

17th September 2021

Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust CEO and former CIfA Board member Dr Paul Belford took part in an online seminar on Wednesday 25 August, hosted by...

9th September 2021

Last month, CIfA wrote to Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport to raise concerns about Afghan archaeologists who may need to...

7th September 2021

MLPRG Annual conference and AGM 25 September 2021

The Medieval and Later Pottery Research Group will be holding its AGM...

6th September 2021

We are pleased to announce that Professor David J. Breeze Hon.MCIfA (924) has been awarded the 2021 Kenyon Medal for his outstanding international...

25th August 2021

In The Archaeologist 112 (page 24) we reported on the priority tasks being undertaken by the Equality and Diversity...

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