FAME 2015 AGM and Annual Day School: Managing the Interface: Commercial Archaeology and the Development Industry

The FAME AGM will take place at the Barley Hall, 2 Coffee Yard, York, YO1 8AR at 5.00-6.00pm on June 25, 2015. This will be followed by a reception at Barley Hall (with food and drink available) which is timetabled to finish at 7.30pm.

The FAME Annual Day-School on the theme of Managing the Interface: Commercial Archaeology and the Development Industry will take place the following day (June 26th) at the Merchants Adventurers’ Hall, Fossgate, York, YO1 9XD. The timetable commences with coffee at 9.30am and closes at 3.45pm. To get a copy of our booking form, please use the link at the end of this post.

Speakers at our Day-School include Grant Lock, Senior Heritage Consultant at Nathaniel Lichfield and Partners on Building Relationships, Mike Heaton on Knowledge Management and Kate Geary from CIfA on Professional Development. There will also be talks from the Chartered Engineering Contractors Association on supply-chain management and a broader discussion of the use of shift working methodologies for archaeologists led by our Deputy Chair, Taryn Nixon and Board Member, Colm Moloney.

The AGM and Day School are once again sponsored by the York Archaeological Trust and we would like to acknowledge the Trust for their continuing support of FAME and our events.

Malcolm A Cooper

CEO, Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers

FAME 2015 booking form

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