RICS & SPAB Building Conservation Summer School

Starts: Sunday, 10th September 2017 - 9.00am

Ends: Thursday, 14th September 2017 - 5.00pm

Location: Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester

About this event

Now in its 14th year, this unique hands on programme, designed by the RICS Building Conservation Forum in conjunction with the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB), gives attendees a vital introduction to building conservation, with a view to ensuring that those that conserve our nation’s heritage will have the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding to ensure its protection.

Spanning five days, this event aims to reinforce undergraduate and graduate training in traditional buildings, construction techniques and materials, as well as support new surveyors and other specialists in this field.  You will benefit from the ability to tailor your agenda to include a choice of lectures, case studies, practical workshops and site visits with unprecedented access to leading experts in the field.

How to book

Visit the website for further details and to register your place: http://www.rics.org/summerschool

Download the programme at http://bit.ly/2roFwpW

 

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