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International Leadership Programme

Training for heritage professionals from overseas to gain in-depth understanding of England’s heritage protection legislation, process and management.

Discover Historic England's new intensive training course for heritage professionals from overseas. Gain in depth understanding of the heritage protection system in England. From the listing process to conservation areas, our collaborative approach to heritage management at the local level to big stakeholder participation at World Heritage Sites, our team of experts will provide an introduction to England's heritage protection system.

Each participant will have the opportunity to spend one day with the expert responsible for the specialist area of their choice*. 

Hosted in London, with access to some of England's most iconic buildings and sites, this intensive three-day course will provide a unique training and networking opportunity for international heritage professionals.

*from a selection of key topics.

Conservation in progress of the Quadriga Statue at Wellington Arch
Conservation in progress of the Quadriga Statue at Wellington Arch © Historic England DP171541

Who is the course for?

Heritage Professionals or civil servants working in strategic roles within their national administrations.

How will you benefit?

The UK has a strong reputation for the quality, quantity and variety of its cultural heritage.

We are the national body responsible for the identification, protection and management of England's historic environment. Historic England is greatly sought-after for the wealth of knowledge and experience of its staff.

Aimed at heritage management professionals this course will also provide an ongoing network of colleagues from across the world engaged in similar activities.

How to apply

Interested in attending the course? Please contact us on the email address below for more information. Applications are now open.

Course dates:

  • Monday 19 - Wednesday 21 March 2018

Course fees:

Standard course fee: £1,600 (excluding VAT)

Early bird offer (valid until 1 December 2017 for March course): £1,000 (excluding VAT)

The fee includes lunches and refreshments over the three days. Travel and accommodation are not included.


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