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Conservation Labour Market Intelligence 2012-13

ICON - Conservation Labour Market Intelligence 2012-13

By Kenneth Aitchison

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This project gathered, analysed and interpreted labour market intelligence for the conservation sector in the financial year 2012-13. The report aims to provide solid data that could help to improve understanding of the needs and current state of employment for the conservation/restoration profession. Key findings are presented in terms of the size of the sector, the diversity of the workforce, salaries earned, qualifications held and potential skills gaps or shortages.

The project was undertaken by Icon, the Institute of Conservation. It was supported by English Heritage, Arts Council England, and the Heritage Lottery Fund.


Section 1 Summary and Recommendations
Section 2 Introduction and Background
Section 3 Methodology
Section 4 Organisations
Section 5 Conservation Services
Section 6 Conservators
Section 7 Jobs in Conservation
Section 8 Training
Appendix I: Specialist Conservation Provision
Appendix II: The Questionnaire
Appendix III: Respondents' Comments

Additional Information

  • Publication Status: Completed
  • ISBN: 978-0-9553364-1-6

If you require an alternative accessible version of this document please contact Icon, the Institute of Conservation, 1.5 Lafone House, The Leathermarket, Weston Street, London SE1 3ER, United Kingdom

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