Associated with Global Conservation Forum (ConsDistList)
This highly practical course will provide those working in conservation and collections care with an understanding of how project management techniques and principles can be applied to successfully run projects in a heritage setting. Participants will work on a case study and practice tools and techniques that will help them to run small and mid-size projects efficiently. The course is intended for conservators, collections and conservation managers and other heritage professionals who are managing projects such as remedial conservation, organising exhibitions, gallery refurbishments or storing and moving collections.
Cost: £70. The number of participants is limited to 18. To register please e-mail email@example.com. There is a limited number of places for students at a discounted rate of £45
This course has been successfully run since 2011, with, to date some 500 heritage professionals and students taking part. It has been delivered in cooperation with national institutions such as the British Library and the Victoria and Albert Museum, and more recently with the National Library of Scotland and the Institute of Conservator-Restorers in Ireland.
The course is run by Andor Vince, freelance collections care consultant. He has worked in the heritage sector in the United Kingdom since 2006, including at the Fitzwilliam Museum and the University of Cambridge Museums. Andor, has been a visiting lecturer at the UCL, Camberwell College of Arts, and is a visiting lecturer at West Dean College, UK.