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Interpreting Our Outdoor Heritage

Visit almost any countryside property or heritage site and you will have come across some way of telling that place’s story to visitors and...

Human Osteology short courses at Sheffield

This three-day course provides a broad introduction to the skeletal analysis of archaeological human remains

Postgraduate courses at New Cultural Heritage Institute

For over 170 years the Royal Agricultural University (RAU) has been at the forefront of research and education in the land-based...

The Australian Archaeology Skills Passport

Tracking your experience to equip you for the future The Australian National Committee for Archaeology Teaching and Learning (ANCATL)...

So you want to set up your own business?

Have you ever been thinking that your site supervisor knows nothing and you should run the site instead, or that HR messed...

Third annual Pittencreiff fieldschool, Scotland

Free Fieldwork Opportunity (26th July- 17th August) We are delighted to announce that we still have places available...

Archäologischer Grabungs-Kompetenz-Pass published

The first of a number of International Archaeology Skills Passports has taken to the stage Welcome to...

EDINBURGH, LOTHIANS & BORDERS ARCHAEOLOGY CONFERENCE 2018

This annual conference is organised by City of Edinburgh Council, East Lothian Council and Scottish Borders Council. It provides an important opportunity to hear and...

Digging Becket: The Excavation of an Archbishop’s Palace in Kent

Since 2016 Aldington & Romney Archaeology have been engaging in excavations to uncover the story behind Thomas Becket’s palace at Aldington.  The earliest written...

BAJR Guides : accessible knowledge

To maintain a professional workforce there has to be an ethos of training and skill acquisition. It is true to say that as individuals...