Prince’s Foundation for Building Community is recruiting for its Building Craft Programme 2018-19

This eight month Building Craft Programme gives practical experience in traditional building crafts and an opportunity to gain a Heritage Skills NVQ Level 3.

This course is designed for craftspeople looking to bridge the gap between basic qualifications and becoming a master craftsperson working within the heritage sector. The programme involves a Summer School and 10 week Live Build followed by placements with traditional building companies and master craftspeople across the UK. Crafts include: stonemasonry, joinery/carpentry, timber framing, bricklaying, plastering, thatching, metalwork and painting and decorating.

All participants are paid a monthly bursary of £1000.

Application deadline: 23rd February 2018

For more information visit the Prince's Trust website.

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