English Heritage Courses

Continuing professional development (CPD) is the responsibility of all professionals working in the historic environment. More information is available from the Institute of Field Archaeologists (IFA) and the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC).

  • This residential course, endorsed by English Heritage and the Institute of Highways Incorporated Engineers, brings together urban designers and highways engineers to demonstrate how the disciplines can be combined to produce outstanding public realm design.

  • English Heritage established the Historic Environment Traineeship (HET) Scheme in October 2008. The first seven recruits completed the Scheme in 2010 and have all found employment within the historic environment sector. The current trainees are due to complete the Scheme this summer. 

  • As part of its capacity-building activities, English Heritage, in partnership with Oxford University Department for Continuing Education, is supporting a range of historic environment courses, particularly in areas where there are identifable skills gaps. English Heritage also provides many of the expert speakers to deliver these courses. The programme is also run in association with the Archaeology Training Forum, the IfA and IHBC.

  • 9th June 2011. English Heritage is running a free day-long seminar for planners and others looking at the different ways in which World Heritage Sites in England are protected.

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