testimonials

Below are just a few of the testimonials and comments received by the NHTG. We hope they demonstrate how valuable our service is. Can we help you?

NHTG Helpdesk

 
"I’d just like to register my thanks for the usefulness of the NHTG website and the knowledge of the staff. I was looking for information on the provision of trainers and courses, and my query was answered extremely efficiently. It is a most useful resource to point you to the right people and the right places."
Conservation of the Historic Environment, Birmingham City University
 

Ian Fisher, Heritage Brickworker"I Just wanted to let you that you know that I've almost finished my NVQ3 Heritage brickwork course. I remember when I first contacted the NHTG and spoke to you for advice on training and you advised that the Specialist Apprenticeship Programme run by Gerard Lynch was the best for me. Well I took your advice and it has been a great learning experience and I would just like to say Thank You."
Ian Fisher, Heritage Brickworker

 
"...thank you for taking the time for such a comprehensive reply...many thanks again for all the detail, far more relevant than other answers I received."
Craftsperson
 
"...Please keep the emails coming. As a planner currently moving into conservation I think the NHTG is an excellent resource for offering training and signposting for any further information or skills that I require, so the more emails the better! Regards..."
Planning Officer
 

Supporting Heritage Skills Training Providers

 
"I used the @NHTG_News 'Registers of registers' today. Hugely useful for locating heritage craftspeople and businesses."
Jo Reilly, Heritage Lottery Fund
 
"...Thank you for posting the Conference info (on your website) - I will try to find out where people heard of the event – and let you know. By the way, I find your newsletters very informative.  Thank you for sending them in our direction."
Tywi Heritage Skills Training Centre
 

Acton Scott



"We have received six bookings for the Working with Lime and Traditional plaster course at Acton Scott from your website!! I am so pleased. Thank you so much..."
Acton Scott Museum
 

Heritage Events

 
"The NHTG course (Understanding Repair and Maintenance of Pre-1919 Traditional Buildings), was very well run. Very professional."
NHTG course delegate
 
"...Dear Cathie, It was a pleasure meeting you yesterday at the CAGE event. Thanks again for a very interesting and enlightening presentation!"
University of Nottingham
 
"...Just wanted to pass on my thanks for an impressive event yesterday morning. It’s great that you are soliciting the views of a wide cross-section of the industry, and I thought the format of open discussion before the meeting was useful in drawing out some strong opinions from the various stakeholders in the audience. It’s great to see your plans progressing..."
Structural Engineer
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Events

Conserving, Repairing and Maintaining Traditional Windows

This two-day course will address the conservation, repair and maintenance requirements of sash and case, and a range of other traditional windows.

Heritage Interpretation and Design

This course is aimed at anyone wanting to further their understanding in heritage interpretation and design.

Conservation of Architectural Ironwork 2 day CPD

As part of the heritage skills training programme funded by the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation at Shrewsbury Flaxmill, we will be running our 2-day ‘Conservation of Architectural Ironwork’ CPD