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On Behalf Of: Kate Geary, IfA and Mike Heyworth, CBA

Dear all,

The Archaeology Training Forum is pleased to announce the ATF Training
Award - recognising excellence in learning, training and professional
development.

The award aims to recognise excellence in the fields of learning,
training and professional development and is open to archaeological
organisations, individuals, partnerships and collaborative projects
throughout the United Kingdom, whether paid or voluntary. Entries must
demonstrate an overall commitment to learning or training, and an
innovative approach to best practice. Brief details on the CBA News
item: http://www.britarch.ac.uk/news/100805-ATFAwards.

The Award will be judged by an ATF panel consisting of representatives
from the Council for British Archaeology [http://www.britarch.ac.uk/],
the Institute for Archaeologists [http://www.archaeologists.net/], the
National Heritage Agencies and the Higher Education Academy
[http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/hca]. The award will be presented at the
2011 IfA Conference; the winner will receive a certificate and publicity
for their work through the ATF network.

An application form can be downloaded from the TORC website at
http://www.torc.org.uk/ (see 'latest' banner). The closing date for
applications is **31 October 2010** and the award will be presented at
the IfA Conference in April 2011.

Many thanks

Kate Geary BA MIfA
Training & Standards Manager, Institute for Archaeologists