The four-day intensive course (22, 23, 29, 30 July) will be taking place at an open-air museum comprising of three classroom-based days with a 'hands-on' practical application day. The course will provide you with sufficient skills, knowledge and understanding to enable you to apply for recognition of your skills within the RIBA Conservation Accreditation Scheme.
It addresses the philosophical and practical requirements associated with the responsibility of working on a historic building. It provides you with a framework of knowledge and understanding to support your decision making process on projects and enable you to apply for recognition of your skills within the RIBA Conservation Accreditation Scheme.
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The course is for Architects, Co-professionals and Students who wish to;
- develop their specialism in conservation architecture
- develop practical knowledge and skills in conservation
- refresh their knowledge or formalise learning from experience in the field
- provide evidence to support their application onto the RIBA Conservation Register