Historic Environment Scotland’s Conservation Summer School provides a thorough introduction to building conservation and traditional building materials and skills. The week long course is taught through a combination of talks, workshops, field trips and hands-on activities.
Delegates are taken through building materials such as stone, lime and metal to understand how they work together to create the buildings which surround us, as well as an insight towards how they should be treated to ensure they continue to last.
The course has proved popular with a range of delegates from home owners to professionals seeking to broaden their knowledge. Tickets can be bought by the day (£100) or for the full week of tuition (£450), student bursary places are available for third year undergraduates in a building related subject.
- An Introduction to Conservation: Principles and Materials: Monday 6th June 2016
- Traditional Skills and Materials: Tuesday 9th June 2016
- Building Lime and Vernacular: Wednesday 8th June 2016
- Digital Survey and Iron: Thursday 9th June 2016
- Climate Change and Fire Prevention: Friday 10th June 2016
- Week tickets: £450
- Week tickets member: £405
- Week tickets student: £225
- Day tickets: £100
- Day tickets member: £90
- Day tickets student: £50
The cost of the course includes all tuition, materials and transport between activities throughout the week, we can also organise reduced-rate accommodation if required.
How to Apply
To apply you must buy a ticket from the official website. Choose ticket time and make a payment.
DATE:6 June 2016 - 10 June 2016
LOCATION:Forth Valley College, Drip Road, Stirling, FK8 1RR, Scotland
CONTACT:For further information please call 0131 668 8683 or contact Annie-Leigh Campbell.
CATEGORY:Materials Structures & Components Building Skills Research E-Learning Technical Conservation