training courses

There are generally two types of training course:

 

Accreditation means that a course is nationally recognised and that a registered or approved training provider (school, college, university or private trainer) can issue a nationally recognised qualification

 

These include taster training sessions, short courses and other training which does not lead to a nationally These include taster training sessions, short courses and other training which does not lead to a nationally recognised qualification. They can be provided by registered or approved training providers or other organisations. When taking a course with a non-approved training provider, you must satisfy yourself of the quality of the training being provid, and the safety record and experience of the training provider. Heritage Skills HUB lists unapproved training providers for information only on this site, and does not endorse courses provided by these organisations.recognised qualification.

 

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Events

Repair and maintenance of traditional windows

If you live in or work on buildings with traditional timber windows this course is for you.

Lime mortars and plasters course

A short intermediate course offering theoretical and paractical hands-on training.

Seminar: Colour & Finish in Heritage Ironwork

This day aims to explode the ‘always black’ myth, look at alternatives, and outline best practice for discovering, conserving and re-instating original colour schemes in heritage ironwork.