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Training including Degrees & Diplomas in Building Conservation

Post Graduate Diplomas have been the traditional way for conservation professionals to achieve formal and proven qualifications in building conservation. Degree courses are also now becoming a popular route for qualifications.
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Companies supplying goods or services for Training including Degrees & Diplomas in Building Conservation
Architectural Association Building Conservation Diploma
AA Graduate School Admissions Coordinator 36 Bedford Square London, WC1B 3ES United Kingdom
Tel 020 7887 4067 Fax 020 7414 0779
Email: gradinfo@aaschool.ac.uk
Website: www.aaschool.ac.uk/APPLY/ADMISSIONS/postgradFAQ.php
The AAs Building Conservation course awards a Graduate Diploma on completion of its two-year part-time programme of studies: students attend each Friday during academic terms. The course aims to develop awareness and skills in the core subjects of Historic Knowledge and Cultural Appreciation; Research and Report Writing; Philosophies of Conservation; Traditional Building Materials; Structures of Historic Buildings; Fabric Deterioration and Repair; Building Investigations and Assessments; Regeneration and Conservation; Design in Modern Urban Contexts, and International Projects. Students are exposed to a range of experiences to assist them in developing their conceptual approach and technical skills.
Coe Stone Ltd ( courses )
Ty Gwyn, Abernant, Carmarthenshire SA33 5RR
Tel 01267 281 166
Email: enquiries@olivercoe.com
Website: www.stonehousecarving.co.uk
Informative and Enjoyable Stone Carving Courses for Beginners and Improvers. The course tutor, Oliver is a qualified and skilled craftsman with over 25 years experience of carving and stonemasonry. Oliver is director of Coe Stone Ltd, a company which specialises in the care and repair of historic buildings and monuments. The courses are kept to a maximum number of 8 so that tutoring can be focused around the individual. We can offer tailor made packages to suit individual or group requirements.
Cornish Lime Company
Cornish Lime Company Ltd, Brims Park, Old Callywith Road, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL31 2DZ
Tel 01208 79779
Email: sales@cornishlime.co.uk
Website: cornishlime.co.uk
The Cornish Lime Company is a leading producer and supplier of a wide range of lime products including our own Ready Mix Lime Mortars, Dry Mix Mortars, and Mature Lime Putty. With over twenty five years experience, we are suitably experienced to offer practical help and advice for all your building and conservation needs. We also supply wide range of coarse and fine sands, aggregates, paints including Aglaia Natural Paints and Beeck Mineral Paints, cements, cob, paving and tools. Lime Courses and Training Events are regularly held on site.
Oxford Brookes
Senior Postgraduate Administrator School of the Built Environment Oxford Brookes University Headington Campus Gipsy Lane Oxford, OX3 0BP
Tel 01865 483684
Email: pgadmin.be@brookes.ac.uk
Website: www.brookes.ac.uk/schools/be/postgraduate/courses/hc.html
The MSc, PGDip and PGCert in Historic Conservation examine the principles, procedures and practices of the conservation and restoration of historic structures and areas within the context of the wider built environment and the town planning process. Graduates from the course are well qualified to participate in the conservation and enhancement of the built environment. The courses follows the ICOMOS guidelines on education and training, is multidisciplinary and develops analytical, prescriptive and practical skills in historic conservation and independent study and research capabilities.