An enjoyable one-day course which provides a broad overview of a range of principles that can be applied to historic heritage places. The course covers theory, examples and includes site visits to put your new found knowledge into practice.
This course will teach participants the basics of traditional material selection, preparation and application of product for the repair, reinstatement and stabilisation of traditional plasters and renders.
This one day course covers a range of topics, including significance and importance of old sash windows, features and benefits of old wooden sash windows, common issues with wooden windows and methods of addressing those issues.
This two-day workshop teaches participants the basics on how to identify, conserve, match and recreate traditional architectural surface finishes such as limewash, wallpaper, distemper, woodgraining and a range of other techniques.
This two-day workshop teaches participants the basics of archaeological research and survey. We will visit a convict probation station site and undertake a survey of archaeological features.
This two day course follows the Burra Charter and J.S. Kerr process for the development of conservation management plans. Participants will run through the process, engage in debates and formulate conservation policies for heritage places.
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