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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Exciting Timber Framing Opportunity!

Carpenters’ Fellowship Projects will be building a replica of King Alfred’s Hall for the Avalon Marshes Visitor Centre in Somerset, and we want YOU to be involved!
Initially we are looking for experienced Timber Framers to come and work on the carpentry taking place throughout September at the OFTF yard in Chelvey.  Camping accommodation available, remuneration according to skill level.
Then, write the weekend of the 24th – 25th October into your diary for a Raising Rendezvous of this 15m x 5.5m earth-fast building.  All welcome!
For further information, or to apply (please send a short summary of your timber framing experience, and indication of your availability throughout September and October by Wednesday 19th August) email: barbara@carpentersfellowship.co.uk  or call 07971 629916.
 
See you in Somerset!