BCD 2019

USEFUL INFORMATION 6 177 C AT H E D R A L COMMU N I C AT I O N S T H E B U I L D I N G CON S E R VAT I ON D I R E C TO R Y 2 0 1 9 COURSES & TRAINING ◾ ◾ BURNT CLAY ACADEMY 24 Dalmeny Road, Worcester Park, Surrey KT4 8UY Tel 020 8330 2433 Mobile 07946 515389 Email enquiries@burntclayartists.co.uk www.burntclayacademy.co.uk BURNT CLAY ASSISTANT COURSE : Burnt Clay Artists has created its own academy with a fun and intensive five-day bespoke training course that is designed to create opportunities to excel in the industry. All qualified students will be recognised with a ‘Gateway Assured’ accreditation. The course covers materials and tools usage and purpose, and provides a skill set that enables students to approach and complete site tasks confidently. Also covered; SiteWise, health and safety and structural aspects of buildings. Students gain membership to the Burnt Clay Agency (recruitment network) and a leavers skill set manual. See also : Burnt Clay Artists profile entry in Brick Services, page 97. ◾ ◾ CITY AND GUILDS OF LONDON ART SCHOOL 124 Kennington Park Road, London SE11 4DJ Tel 020 7735 2306 Email admin@cityandguildsartschool.ac.uk www.cityandguildsartschool.ac.uk CONSERVATION COURSES : BA (Hons) Conservation Studies and MA Conservation – teaching traditional craft skills, analytical skills and theory for the conservation and restoration of 3-D works of art and decorative surfaces. CARVING COURSES : Diplomas and post graduate diplomas in Architectural Stone Carving and Ornamental Wood Carving and Gilding – students are trained in replication and replacement carving for historic buildings and interiors, and to apply traditional skills to produce contemporary work. The courses include training in Lettering – the understanding of historic and contemporary letter forms and the tools, materials and letter cutting techniques involved. Please visit www.cityandguildsartschool.ac.uk for course information. Researching OUR PAST Developing skills for YOUR FUTURE “Whichever degree you choose, you will acquire a range of transferable skills which are highly valued by employers within and beyond the heritage sector” Head of Department Helen Chan, Postgraduate Administrator +44 (0)1904 323963 Email: archaeology@york.ac.uk www.york.ac.uk/archaeology/postgraduate-study Contact: Tel: Web: Join our world-leading Department of Archaeology and choose from an unrivalled range of five undergraduate and seventeen taught postgraduate courses: Conservation & Heritage York is unrivalled for opportunities to experience work with a wide heritage community: archaeologists, conservators, heritage professionals and employers The University offers several bursaries for home students and a range of scholarships for overseas students as well as placement opportunities Carry out cutting edge research at some of the most significant archaeological and historical sites in the UK, on your doorstep Enjoy studying in the medieval King’s Manor in the centre of York and the state-of-the-art facilities on campus Ranked 11th in the UK University league tables and 12th in the QS World Rankings, we are a dynamic research community and a centre of teaching excellence, and were awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for this in 2011 Traditional Skills Training The Scottish Lime Centre Trust is one of the UK’s leading training providers offering a comprehensive training and education programme aimed at building professionals, contractors and homeowners. From simple re-pointing to complexmasonry repairswe have a course to suit your needs. Building Advisory Service We have been providing specialist, independent and pragmatic building conservation advice for over 20 years. With an international reputation for being the foremost authority on historic masonry repair and mortars of all types, we are happy to advise on any aspect of traditional building conservation and repair. Charlestown Workshops, Rocks Road, Charlestown, Fife KY11 3EN Tel: 01383 872 722 Fax: 01383 872 744 Email: admin@scotlime.org www.scotlime.org • Obtain key skills in conservation with practical skills-based workshops and lectures. • Study flexible, part-time two days per month (with Saturday provision). • Recognised by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC), and contributes towards becoming a Member of the Architects Accredited in Building Conservation. FOR FURTHER DETAILS VISIT BCU.AC.UK/CONSERVATION-MA OR CONTACT KATRIONA.BYRNE@BCU.AC.UK MA/PGDIP/PGCERT CONSERVATION OF THE HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT FLEXIBLE PART-TIME POSTGRADUATE STUDY