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Pathways to Traditional Skills; A European Perspective

Tuesday 24 August 2021



Quite technical

Event Description

Historic Environment Scotland has led a research outcome of the Erasmusplus Traditional Building Skills project working with Scottish and EU partners comparing educational routes into building craft skills and developing new courses in schools and colleges.

This online conference will report the findings from this work, assess how we can learn from other models and consider the future of building craft skills and how they can be passed on to the next generation.

Scottish Partners are Fife Council, Fife College, The Scottish Lime Centre Trust, St Andrew’s RC High School and Historic Environment Scotland; the Norwegian partner is Voss Vidaregåande Skule; and the Polish partner is Zaklad Doskonalenia Zawodowego Toruń.

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This event is free but you must book your place in advance.

It will take place online via Zoom.

Tuesday 24 August 2021


Free - booking required

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