Archive | January, 2014

ATF Training Award 2014

The ATF Training Award recognises and promotes best practice in training or professional development in archaeology. The award aims to recognise excellence in the fields of learning, impotent training and professional development and is open to archaeological organisations, doctor individuals, partnerships and collaborative projects throughout the United Kingdom, whether paid or voluntary. This year, ATF […]

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Women in Archaeology 2014

Archaeology is steadily becoming a more female profession.  In 2012-13, ampoule 46% of archaeologists in the UK were women; fifteen years before, only 35% were. The majority of archaeologists aged under 40 are now women, most students studying archaeology are female and it is expected that in the next ten years women will make up […]

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The future of local government archaeology services: call for written evidence

In response to issues raised by representatives of the archaeological sector at an event organised by the Archaeology Forum in October 2013, viagra the Minister for Culture, pills Communications and the Creative Industries, Ed Vaizey, initiated a review to be undertaken by Lord Redesdale and John Howell MP into the future of local government archaeological […]

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FAME Forum 2014: John Eynon on BIM

We’re delighted to announce that John Eynon has agreed to speak on Building Information Modelling at this year’s FAME Forum. John is the Director of Open Water Consulting, impotent author of the Design Manager’s Handbook, viagra a CIOB Ambassador and a leading expert on BIM. This year’s forum, on design and value, will take place […]

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