Heritage Apprenticeships: Meet the training providers
To: Thursday 27.02.20
The Art Workers' Guild
6 Queen Square
Come and meet with the universities and colleges who are delivering heritage apprenticeships to find out more and understand how they could work for your organisation.
The Historic Environment trailblazer group have been working to develop Apprenticeships for the heritage sector. The group has been chaired by Historic England, alongside Icon, CIfA, the IHBC and more than 70 employers in the heritage sector. So far, five new apprenticeships have been developed across Archaeology, Conservation and Historic Environment advice roles.
The event offers the opportunity for potential hosts to meet with training providers, to find out more about their specific programmes and to understand how they can support your organisation in taking on and supporting heritage apprentices.
There will be three separate sessions, and you can book in for just one or more depending on which apprenticeship standards you're interested in.
10:30 to 12:15 | Conservation Standards
Level 4, Cultural Heritage Conservation Technician
West Dean College
Level 7, Conservator (Degree Apprenticeship)
University of Lincoln
12:45 to 14:30 Archaeological Standards
Level 3, Archaeological Technician
Level 7, Archaeological Specialist (Degree Apprenticeship)
University of Wales, Trinity Saint David
15:00 to 16:45 Historic Environment Advisory Standards
Level 4, Historic Environment Advice Assistant
Building Crafts College