Other organisations' events
All courses and events listed here are run by organisations other than the SPAB and we have no responsibility for their content. Appearance on this list does not equal endorsement by the SPAB. Please contact the organiser using the details listed for each event with any questions or to find out more.
This Study Day will be led by Douglas Kent, the Society's technical and research Director and will consist of four illustrated talks on the origins and work of the SPAB. The day will close with a case study of Douglas' award winning SPAB
Martin Randall Travel
Liverpool has more listed buildings than any other city in the UK outside London, and as such is a fitting location for Martin Randall Travel’s 2018 symposium; Conservation and Heritage.
Over two days (7–9 November), a
This day course from the NHIG aims to explode the ‘always black’ myth for historical ironwork, look at alternatives, and outline best practice for discovering, conserving and re-instating original colour schemes.
The Museum runs two MSc programmes - one in building conservation and the other in timber building conservation. The deadline for applications is generally the middle of August to start in the autumn. The programmes are designed to provide a high level, practical and professional education at Masters level.
The museum runs an extensive programme of day-schools and longer courses in Historic Building Conservation and Traditional Rural Trades and Crafts, along with a series of evening talks on a range of lively topics.