NHTG Newsletter, February 2019

31 Jan 19 - Built heritage news, training, events and news.


QEST offers funding to support training in craft skills – Applications open 9 January 2019

19 Dec 18 - QEST (the Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust) supports the training and education of talented and aspiring craftspeople through traditional college courses, apprenticeships or one-on-one training with master craftspeople.


Grants for up to £1,500 for visits beyond Europe available

14 Dec 18 - The Heritage Alliance, with support from the British Council, is offering travel grants to support UK heritage professionals to develop mutually beneficial international projects and partnerships for their organisations.


Apply now: Prince's Trust Building Crafts Level 3 NVQ Programme

4 Dec 18 - The Prince's Foundation Building Craft Programme is open for apllicants.


Apply now: San Gemini Preservation Studies Programme

4 Dec 18 - Now in its 21st year, with alumni from over 170 colleges and universities worldwide, San Gemini Preservation Studies Programme is dedicated to the preservation of cultural heritage.


NHTG and Hayles and Howe run a heritage skills workshop in Bristol

15 Nov 18 - The Heritage Skills workshop was a free training day hosted by the NHTG and Hayles and Howe, ornamental plaster specialists November the 9-10th in Bristol.



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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