Online Training Resources
We provide online training resources to help supplement our short course training opportunities and make them more widely available. Our online training includes short overview training resources and longer courses to work through.
Online training resources
A scenario based online training course designed for Police Officers.
A scenario based training course for local authority historic environment, conservation and community safety practitioners.
A short online training course introducing concepts and techniques of aerial photography for heritage management.
An introduction to the Heritage Values, as found in Conservation Principles, and their use in understanding and explaining significance.
A quick step by step guide on how to use finger texturing to identify soil types.
Management of Research Projects in the Historic Environment (MoRPHE)
A free distance learning course is available to help you apply the MoRPHE project management approach to your projects. The course workbook is sent to you by email and you can work through it at your own pace. There is a short online assessment to complete once you have worked through the material.
No previous experience is necessary. This introductory course will help you become familiar with the basics of managing a project using our approach. It covers the jargon used, the staged approach, the roles in a project and the key documents you will need to write. The distance learning course pack includes a copy of the MoRPHE Project Managers' Guide. It is suitable for staff working in all types of projects in the heritage sector.
Once you have completed the course, you will have an opportunity to join an online community of those using the MoRPHE approach, to help you stay in touch with developments, ask questions and promote your work.
The 2016 course sign up has now finished.
We provide a series webinars to help supplement our short course training opportunities.
Stopping the rot - 26 October 2016
This webinar provides an introduction to the legal framework for enforcement, assessment where action needs to be taken and which approach is most appropriate.
An introduction to setting - 16 November 2016
This Webinar will help you to understand the principles of setting and argue how it contributes to the significance of a heritage asset.
Local Heritage Listing - 14 December 2016
This webinar considers how local heritage lists might be adopted effectively and efficiently and by sharing examples of good practice show how neighbourhood planners and community groups can successfully be involved in establishing local lists.
ELearning Instructional Designer
Capacity Building Team