Introduction to Heritage and Conservation
- Level(s) of Study: Short course
- Start Date(s): February 2024
- Duration: Two weeks, 20 hours per week
- Study Mode(s): Short course
- Campus: City Campus
Explore how retrofit technologies can be applied to meet the climate change challenges of the future without compromising the heritage aesthetic and character of our cities, towns, and villages.
Develop your understanding of the concepts and practicalities of heritage management, together with developing an understanding of what is required when proposing intervention works for listed or historic buildings.
You'll be exposed to the formalities of legal frameworks and the appropriate use of heritage materials in the repair, care, maintenance and upgrading of heritage buildings and assets.
Green Skills Bootcamps
Our Green Skills Bootcamps are funded by The Department for Education under the Skills for Life programme. Granting eligible learners across the Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, or Lincolnshire regions access to the technical training required to secure employment within the low-carbon construction sector.
Develop your skills and knowledge in line with the climate change challenges we face.
Learn to develop solutions informed by the latest heritage construction techniques and materials.
How you’re taught
Teaching and learning will take place using a flexible programme of lectures, workshops, seminars and tutorials.
How you’re assessed
You'll be assessed through one piece of coursework.
Campus and facilities
To apply for this course you must:
- be currently unemployed;
- be over the age of 19;
- live in Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, or Lincolnshire.
- Have a qualification in a built environment subject that is at least Level 3 with a minimum of 12 UCAS credits.
Level 3 qualifications are equivalent to an A-Level certification. Your credits should be detailed on your certificate.
For most Skills Bootcamps, no previous knowledge of the subject is needed – you just need a good grasp of the English language and the willingness to learn new skills.
Fees and funding
|Mode of study||Fee|
|Ten weeks (6 hours per week)||£675*|
*Our Green Skills Bootcamps are funded by The Department for Education, granting eligible learners across the Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, or Lincolnshire regions access to the technical training required to secure employment within the low-carbon construction sector.