Short Course – An Introduction to Conservation and Restoration

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COURSE DESCRIPTION
Introduction to Conservation and Restoration is a taster course for those who might wish to pursue an apprenticeship or diploma in Conservation. The course is also ideal for hobbyists who have their own projects to work on. You will complete a programme in heritage and conservation crafts that includes stone masonry and woodworking.

To register your interest, please use our online form here

QUALIFICATION
  • College certificate
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
  • Interest in conservation, restoration, stone working and wood working
  • No prior experience necessary

You will need to bring:

  • Steel toe-capped boots (to be worn at all times while on course)
  • H or 2H pencils
  • Pencil sharpener
  • Eraser/rubber
  • Pens/pencils
  • Notebook/paper

 

COURSE DURATION
  • More detail to follow but we will offer a variety of courses ranging from 2 and 4 day workshops, term-long Saturday courses and one or two week blocks over Easter and Summer 
FEES
  • Fees tbc and dependent on length of course. Please apply via website to register your interest and we will contact you with further details in due course 
LEVEL
  • N/A (college certification only)
  • Opportunity to gain material for portfolio or develop your experience in design
PROGRESSION
  • Other conservation and restoration mainstream programme