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Scottish Traditional Training Skills Centre - Meeting the Challenges Climate Change Presents to Scotlands Historic Environment at Duff House, Banff

17th August - 18th August

In order to increase awareness and understanding of the impact of Climate Change on our Built and Landscape Heritage, on Thursday the 17th and Friday the 18th August 2017, The Scottish Traditional Skills Training Centre is Presenting a major 2-day Education/Training Programme to provide those attending with highly useful information, as well as practical advice and guidance concerning the interventions necessary to meet the challenges climate change presents to Scotlands historic environment.
The Course, which will be held at Historic Environment Scotlands Duff House, Banff, will incorporate presentations by a range of leading authorities from throughout the UK with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the various aspects of this critically important, yet often misunderstood subject - including amongst others, Alex Hill, Meteorologist and former Chief Advisor, The Met Office, Scotland; Dr Desmond Thompson, Scottish National Heritage; Jeremy Blake, Senior Partner and Head of Sustainability at leading London Architects Purcell UK and Adam Florence and Gary Carvel, Historic Environment Scotlands Technical Research and Climate Change Team.

Those attending will include: Architects, Building Surveyors and other Construction Industry Professionals, as well as Representatives of Conservation and Community Based Organisations; Private Individuals; Local Authorities and Other Public Sector Bodies involved in the Conservation, Repair and Maintenance of Scotlands Built and Landscape Heritage.
T
he fee for attending the Course is: £175.00. As the Scottish Traditional Skills Training Centre is a registered Charity, no VAT will be charged. This fee also includes lunch and refreshments on both days.
To enable a high degree of consistent involvement and interaction with those presenting the Course, delegate places are extremely limited and offered on a first come, first served basis.
T
o secure your place, or if you require any further information on the Course, email us at soundcraft@towiebarclay.co.uk, or contact us by phone on 01888 511347


Website: soundcraft@towiebarclay.co.uk
Attached File: Meeting the Challenges Climate Change Presents to Scotlands Historic Environment (1).doc
 
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