Understanding the care and conservation of pre 1919 buildings course

Starts: Friday, 2nd June 2017 - 9.00am

Ends: Saturday, 3rd June 2017 - 5.00pm

Location: Bishop’s Castle Community College, SY9 5AY United Kingdom

About this event

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. The tutors are Colin Richards from C.J.R.Heritage and John Munro from the Traditional Building Skills Co. The course is accredited by CSkills and City and Guilds and endorsed by the National Heritage Training Group.  The cost is £150 for residents/businesses with connections to, or living in, the Scheme area.  This is subsidised by HLF funding.  Otherwise the fee is £985.  The course is based at Bishop’s Castle Community College with visits to heritage building sites for hands on practical sessions.  The dates are as follows:

Fri 7th & Sat 8th April 2017

Fri 5th & Sat 6th May2017

Fri 2nd & Sat 3rd June 2017

How to book

COST: £150 for residents/businesses with connections to, or living in the Scheme area. This is subsidised by HLF funding.  Otherwise the fee is £985 .

Places are limited and will be booked on a first come first served basis, so early booking is essential. Contact Jen Jones on 01938 561741 or email: [email protected]. Jen will also be able to advise on funding eligibility.

 

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