Level 6 - Masters Degree Courses

Several organisations across the country offer Masters courses in Building Conservation and relaited subjects. There is a wide variation in the level of hands on traditional building skill related modules.

  IRONBRIDGE INSTITUTE
Course Title: MA Historic Environment Conservation
The Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, an internationally recognised centre in the West Midlands, is offering workshops which can be attended individually as elements of CPD training. Although the workshops can be used to build up and increase practical knowledge of skills, building materials and conservation, they are also being offered as an integral part of a MA in Historic Environment Conservation.  The course is very flexible, catering for the needs for those in employment, and can be taken as a full MA spanning two years or a Post Graduate Certificate in Historic Environment Conservation. Individual modules are available as CPD courses Download information

 

 

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Events

Understanding Vernacular Buildings

A day school on vernacular buildings in general, materials, and the timber- framed tradition of the Marches in comparison to the South - East Region.

An Introduction to the History of Manufacture and Repair of Cast Iron

This seminar – held at the heart of the Early Industrial Revolution – will explore various aspects of the making, forming and repair of cast iron.

Introduction to Letter Carving in Stone

Join stonemason Richard Noviss on this Introduction to Letter Carving workshop taking place at Trinity Buoy Wharf in East London, organised by the Prince's Foundation.