Canterbury Archeological Trust
Canterbury Archaeological Trust now offers a series of archaeology day schools. These courses are aimed at all levels, from the complete beginner to the experienced 'old hand'.
The tutors, drawn from the Trust's staff of professional archaeologists, have years of field and specialist experience.
The courses draw upon the Trust's resources and extensive archives to provide 'hands-on' learning, rooted in a real-world, vocational, approach to archaeology. Whether someone is just starting out in archaeology, or seeking to develop specific skills or areas of interest, we have a course to suit.
The venue for most courses will be:
Canterbury Archaeological Trust,
92a Broad Street,
Canterbury, CT1 2LU.
The current programme of courses is listed below.
Click here for full details and booking instructions.
An Introduction to Environmental Archaeology
Saturday 31 August 2013.
A Crash Course in Roman Britain
Saturday 7 September 2013.
Archaeological Report Writing
Saturday 21 September 2013.
First Steps in Archaeology
This is a one day introductory course, repeated on the following dates: Saturday 28 September, Saturday 23 November 2013, Saturday 11 January, Saturday 15 March 2014.
Saturday 12 October 2013.
Archaeological Finds: An Introduction
Saturday 26 October 2013.
Roman Pottery in East Kent
Saturday 2 November 2013.
Metal Finds: Their Identification and Care
Saturday 9 November 2013.
Before You Dig: Project Planning for Archaeologists
Saturday 16 November 2013.
The Archaeology of Death
Saturday 18 January 2014.
Understanding and Recording Stratigraphy
8 February 2014.
Policing The Past: Managing Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour in the Historic Environment
(In partnership with Mark Harrison, Timescapes)
Saturday 15 February 2014.
Conservation for Archaeologists and Metal Detectorists
(In partnership with AMTeC Co-Op & CSI:Sittingbourne)
Saturday 8 March 2014. Venue: CSI: Sittingbourne.
Outreach and Archives Manager
telephone: 01227 825276