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Understanding Industrial Assets - Conservation & Management

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Leicester Station

A 2 day CPD course aimed at developing attendees understanding of industrial assets and their conservation and management. The course will be held at the University of Leicester on the 18 & 19 September 2017. Should you choose to purchase the option including accommodation you will be staying at our College Court Conference Centre.

Course Code

PD-INDUST-2017

Course Dates

18th September 2017 – 19th September 2017

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Course Leader

Peter Alfano

Course Fee

£225.00
Course Description

What's it about? This course will examine issues around the conservation and management of Industrial Heritage. It will provide an understanding of a selection of industrial (and post-industrial) buildings and sites, the assessment of their significance, their protection, and the management issues faced by these kinds of heritage assets. The course is aimed at local authority historic environment staff, other curators, and consultants responsible for assessing the significance of industrial heritage and looking for solutions for sustainable long term management. It will also appeal to other professionals who are called on to advise on the significance and management of historic industrial areas. Managers and trustees of historic industrial sites will also find the course of interest. By the end of the course delegates through presented case studies will have gained a greater understanding of the range of industrial (and post-industrial) buildings and sites, and the management issues faced by these kinds of heritage assets.