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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 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 [email protected]
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.
Lead and copper have been stolen from the roof of a historic village church in Leicestershire. ...read more
Since 2011, the Historic England Angel Awards have recognised the efforts of local people and groups who go to great lengths to preserve their heritage. ...read more
This is an exciting opportunity for an 8 month (36 weeks) Heritage Trainee (Metal Roofing) placement with Manchester Company J. Hempstock and Co., Ltd., working on historic and new buildings across Manchester and the north west. ...read more
This course covers the history of traditional slate and stone roofing but mainly concentrates on their conservation and repair.
The CIOB in collaboration with the National Trust and Somerset House is delighted to present this one day event focusing on re-use, innovation and sustainability in the built environment.
This is a re-run of the successful 6-day certificated course. It’s aimed at crafts people, contractors, professionals’ and building owners who want to learn about the practicalities of working on old buildings.