Related Courses

This section represents a sample of the continuing professional development (CPD), undergraduate, postgraduate and adult education courses on offer relating to the historic environment. Inclusion in this list does not represent endorsement by English Heritage. Please email with links to other courses that you think should be included.

  • The programme starts each October and to enable a greater opportunity for participation and flexible learning it is offered as one year full-time, two years part-time, four years extended part-time and single modules can also be taken for Continuing Professional Development purposes (the CPD route is not assessed).

  • The Ironbridge Institute, an internationally recognised centre in the West Midlands, is offering workshops which can be attended individually as elements of CPD training.

  • Monday 18 July to Friday 22 July 2011. This 5 day residential course is designed to introduce the range of measured survey techniques currently available and to provide participants with both theoretical and practical instruction, focussing on the production of scaled drawings of selected buildings at the Weald and Downland Museum and landscape survey at the nearby site known as the Trundles.

  • The Festival of British Archaeology 2011 runs for a fortnight from Sat 16th July – Sun 31st July.

  • The Master of Studies in Historic Environment at the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education is a new venture in collaboration with the University’s Department of Archaeology. The programme connects archaeological theory and research with modern policy and practice in the management and conservation of landscapes, parks and gardens.

  • TORC is an information service for anyone interested in courses and training in archaeology, from GCSE and A level courses through to specialised training for professional archaeologists. TORC will be providing a searchable database of all archaeology courses in the UK in the near future.

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