NEW COURSE: Level 3 Award Understanding Repair & Maintenance of Traditional Pre-1919 Buildings

The National Heritage Training Group is a voluntary organisation responsible for coordinating and promoting the on- going development and delivery of traditional building crafts training and qualifications in the heritage sector of the UK.

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New Course: Level 3 Award Understanding Repair & Maintenance of Traditional Pre-1919 Buildings
26th & 27th October 2015

Oak Frame Training Forum, 16 King Street, BRISTOL, BS1 4EF

Are you a contractor working on listed & unlisted traditional buildings? Then this is the ideal course for you!

HOW MUCH WILL IT COST? £200 (Special Discounted Rate)
The NHTG is offering this course to demonstrate its value and importance, create demand and encourage other training providers across the UK to offer it too.

  •   Understand how to repair & maintain traditional buildings
  •   Understand relevant legislation & guidance
  •   Learn about traditional materials and methods
  •   Learn about maintaining safe working practices

    WHY SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS COURSE ?

    ” As a Chartered Structural Engineer with over 40 years in the engineering and construction industry, the NHTG L3 Understanding Repair & Maintenance course was a fascinating couple of days. Reflecting on the session, I came to the conclusion that there is still a lot for me to understand about traditional buildings. At least by doing the two days, I’ve started a new learning cycle!” (Dewsbury Course June 2015)

    To book your place, please email info@the-nhtg.org.uk quoting ‘BRISTOL R&M Course’ and include your full contact details including Postcode, or call the NHTG HELPDESK: 01246 252363.

    ***BOOK NOW! DEADLINE, 16th October 2015 Places strictly limited***

    * Terms & Conditions apply

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