Foundation Degree in Historic Building Conservation

The degree is offered in partnership with Kingston University which is the validating institution.   Alongside studying for the 8 modules which form the degree you will have the opportunity to undertake practical hands-on work in the workshops at the Building Crafts College.

Historic Environment Advice Assistant L4 Apprenticeship

A 24 month training enabling the apprentice to provide technical, research and logistical support to historic environment professionals working with heritage assets in the planning and development process, and on the legal and policy frameworks for their protection.

Conservation Construction Site Supervision L4

The aim of this qualification is to recognise the knowledge, skills and competence demonstrated by the individual in the workplace.  The course provides the opportunity for individuals who specialise in the management of conservation projects to demonstrate their competence.

Conservation Construction Site Management L6

The aim of this qualification is to recognise the knowledge, skills and competence demonstrated by the individual in the workplace. The course provides the opportunity for individuals who specialise in the management of conservation projects to demonstrate their competence.

Workplace National Vocational Qualifications

The Building Crafts College offers on-site based assessment for a range of NVQs including Craft, Heritage and Supervisor at a series of levels. Completion of these qualifications requires unit based site evidence portfolios and on-site assessment by College assessors.