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From: Monday 30.10.17
at 9:30am
To: Monday 30.10.17
at 5:00pm

Project Management in Collections Care and Conservation Course

Location:

British Library, London

University of Cambridge Museums (UCM) in partnership with the British Library are organising a one day course in Managing Projects in Conservation and Collections Care

This course will explore the practical application of the principles of project management in conservation and collections care. The participants will work on case studies, use tools and implement techniques that will help them to run small and mid-size projects efficiently.

The course is run by Dr Paul Heffernan, until recently a University Lecturer in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge and Andor Vince, Collections Care Officer at the Fitzwilliam Museum. Both lecturers teach from their practical experience and tailor the principles of project management to the needs of conservation and collections care. The course is highly practical and the participants learn how to apply project management tools in practice by working through different case studies.

For further information about the course or any other enquiries, please email collectionscarecourses@museums.cam.ac.uk.

Price: £105

Places available: 25

Course leaders: Dr Paul Heffernan & Andor Vince

Timings are subject to change

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