The IHBC Annual School is a ‘must’ whether you are new to the sector, an experienced conservation specialist, or an occasional practitioner.
Explore how communities are integral to the conservation and regeneration of historic places. Get to know the people behind conservation.
Learn about Worcester’s past, present and future from timber framed buildings to the 21st century Hive or venture further to Birmingham’s iconic Victorian buildings.
Who? Not just the specialists! Practitioners from across and beyond the UK, working with fabric, materials, sites areas and places that make up our built and historic environment, usually dominate the delegates.
Delegates may be specialists in conservation, but many with a more general understanding of conservation practice look to the IHBC’s School for their regular update and networking opportunity.
Delegate backgrounds include:
The School particularly welcomes people working in national and local government and related bodies, private practice, education, charities and other voluntary bodies.
Whether starting out on your career, or refining your awareness of the rapidly changing landscape of skills in conservation, there is no better way than to attend the IHBC's 2015 School.
Employers gain as practitioners improve;
The School will explore:
It will also ask the questions: