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Training Opportunities

The Historic Environment Local Management (HELM) Training courses are free to attend for Local Authority, regional and national organisations' staff.

Listed below are the latest training opportunities in the South East.

  • Introduction to Archaeology for Planners
    An introduction to archaeology and an understanding of its role in the planning process. This course is aimed at planners and will enable you to collaborate more effectively with heritage professionals.
    Wednesday 5 October 2016
  • Conservation Area Management
    Learn about the important role of a conservation area survey, and how it can be used to underpin management priorities at a local level.
    Monday 14 November 2016
  • Stopping the Rot
    For planners to gain an understanding of the role of archaeology in the planning process.
    Wednesday 1 February 2017

For more information on any of the above courses contact the training delivery team on

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