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What we do
The NHTG is a voluntary organisation established to co-ordinate the ongoing development and delivery of traditional building crafts training and qualifications in the heritage sector of the UK.
We have created a Traditional Building Skills Training Toolkit that is free to download.
We are currently running a bursary scheme funded through the Heritage Lottery Fund, to train people in heritage skills within a workplace setting. Find out more here.
The NHTG runs a telephone helpdesk offering heritage building skills training guidance.
Got any questions, we'd be happy to help!
Call 01246 252 363 or email your query to firstname.lastname@example.org
NHTG Bursary Scheme
The National Heritage Training Group are offering high quality, work-based training and skills development opportunities to equip people for a career in the built heritage sector in the form of paid bursaries, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
During a placement trainees will be paid to learn valuable heritage skills, gain qualifications and work experience in a heritage workplace.
Are you interested to offer a placement with your specialist heritage building company or would you like to take part in a training placement?
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A practical course for those with a moderate level of experience to enable them to improve their skills.
This course involves a detailed study of traditional mortars, including a brief history of their use, investigation and basic analytical techniques and the recognition and diagnosis of typical failures.
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