Conservation Skills training

This course aims to develop your skills in assessing, understanding and responding to conservation problems presented by a range of archaeological and museum artefacts and projects. This involves understanding aspects of cultural significance, diagnosing problems of condition, designing, testing, applying, and documenting suitable conservation procedures.

1. Examination
2. Risk assessment
3. Stabilisation and reconstruction
4. Documentation
5. Aiding interpretation of objects
6. Conservation planning
7. Project management
 

• Internationally recognized
• No second language, previous teaching or computer experience necessary
• Practical teaching with English language learners at beginning, intermediate and advanced levels
• Internationally experienced and certified teachers
• Current methods and approaches, including Communicative and Lexical Approaches
• Expert job placement assistance for your own country and overseas (lifetime)


Career opportunities:
• Conservation organizations and other non-profits
• Federal, state, and local agencies
• Education, public outreach, and training
• Archaeological consulting etc.
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