Courses and workshops in the historic environment
Short courses providing training in key skills
Our programme of courses in the historic environment offer expert tuition for professionals whose work involves fieldwork, planning, management, curation and research, and also for members of the public with a keen interest in archaeology and historic buildings.
Heritage Values and the Assessment of Significance
Wed 5 - Fri 7 Jul 2023 | Rewley House, Oxford
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Expert tuition for professionals
- have been developed with leading heritage practices
- provide training in key archaeological skills firmly grounded in everyday professional working experience
- engage with some of the most complex issues in the sector.
Oxford University’s Department for Continuing Education has been the leading provider of continuing professional development training for the heritage sector for over 30 years.
Many of our courses are linked to the National Occupational Standards for the sector and are endorsed by CifA, the IHBC, FAME and the Archaeology Training Forum for continuous professional development.
Class sizes kept small to maximise interaction between you, your classmates and tutor.
Directors of Studies
Prof David Griffiths, Director of Studies, Archaeology.
Dr David Lewis, Director of Studies, Historic Environment.
Payment of fees must be made in full at the time of booking. Please note that businesses and organisations can be invoiced on provision of a Purchase Order and completed application form. Please email the Programme Administrator: email@example.com
- Wed 05 May 2021 – 06 May 2021
- 10.00 - 12.30
- Tue 08 Jun 2021 – 09 Jun 2021
- 10.00 - 12.30
- Thu 24 Jun 2021
- Tue 30 Nov 2021 – 02 Dec 2021
- 3 meetings
- Wed 04 May 2022 – 05 May 2022
- 8.30am Weds - 5.00pm Thurs
Questions? Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org