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Professional Training in the Historic Environment
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http://www.bajr.org/Employment/UKTrainin...sp?ID=3833

new Professional Training in the Historic Environment from

Oxford University Department for Continuing Education

worth a gander.





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#2
I can highly recommend them, especially if you're in the earlier stages of your career or are looking to move sideways
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#3

they can be a bit...........pricey for the week long ones


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Mike
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#4

i do like the sound of them tho


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Mike
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#5
Whilst they may seem expensive I would say that they are value for money.

They are specifically targeted as professional development and training and therefore I have found almost everything taught is applicable or useful for broader understanding. I have found that they are also at times quite intensive and I'm surprised at how much can be packed into one or two days! The tutors are also generally experts in their field.

If it is a recommendation I consider the courses good and useful enough to have paid for one myself and taken holiday to do it this year (training budget has gone but luckily I still have a job to afford it).
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#6
defo value for money but who can afford them in present climate ??
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#7
Quote:quote:Originally posted by YellowPete


they can be a bit...........pricey for the week long ones


txt is
Mike

It's a tough one! The prices for training and conferences in archaeology are usually considerably lower than for other professions, but then so are the training budgets and wages.

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