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The RIBA Conservation Course is an important step on the ladder towards a specialism in conservation. It will provide you with a framework of knowledge and understanding to support your decision making process on projects and enable you to apply for recognition of your skills within the RIBA and other Conservation Accreditation Schemes.
The course is aimed at architects and other construction professionals who:wish to develop their specialism in conservation architecture want to develop practical knowledge and skills in conservation wish to refresh their knowledge or formalise learning from experience in the field need to provide evidence to support their application onto the RIBA Conservation Register and other accreditation schemes.
Course content and structure
This four day course addresses the philosophical and practical requirements associated with the responsibility of working on a historic building. Attending the course will help you develop critical awareness and knowledge of conservation work and be of direct practical application. It is structured as a four day intensive course comprising three workshop based days and a practical application day.Day 1 Philosophy and ethics Day 2 Practical conservation Day 3 Operational conservation Day 4 Site visits and the RIBA accreditation application process
Janie Price, Kennedy O’Callaghan ArchitectsJanie has a diploma in conservation from the AA and is accredited as SCA and AABC. Her work includes conservation architect for Bletchley Park and the Antarctic Heritage Trust. She is experienced in a wide variety of conservation work at all work stages, from mediaeval farmhouses to palaces and design guidance in conservation areas. She was co-speaker on the RIBA Conservation Course in 2017 and is an assessor for the conservation register for the RIBA and CARE.
Days 1 to 3 will be delivered by Janie, with a co-speaker and guest speakers where indicated. Speakers may vary from course to course to suit availability and location, however, the course content will remain consistent.
Course speakersDavid McDonald, Historic Environment Training Ltd, co-speaker for day 1 Marion Barter, Marion Barter Associates Ltd, co-speaker for day 2 Andrew Shepherd, Andrew Shepherd, co-speaker for day 3 in some locations Keith Knight, Dean Knight Partnership Ltd, co-speaker for day 3 in some locations
Other guest lecturersHugh Feilden, Feilden and Mawson Aylin Orba?li, Oxford Brookes University Stuart Tappin, Stand Consulting Engineers
Course feeRIBA/CIAT members £545 + VAT Non-RIBA members £775 + VAT
The four day interactive course includes practical site visit, refreshments, lunch, learning materials and RIBA Conservation Course attendance certificate.
Core curriculumBuilding, conservation and heritage2. Legal, regulatory and statutory compliance3. Procurement and contracts4. Architecture for social purpose