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Risky Business? Speaker summaries

This year’s FAME Forum on risk management in development-led archaeology is only a week away, on Friday, 28 June at the Merchant Taylors Hall, York. Tickets are free to FAME members and £50 (including lunch, morning coffee and afternoon tea) to non-members. To book your tickets, contact gbrown@pre-construct.com, or to join FAME and book your […]

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FAME Forum 2013: Risky Business?

This year’s FAME Forum will focus on aspects of risk management in development-led archaeology. As a key decision maker in your organisation, therapy Are you aware of the legal responsibilities you carry when conducting your business? Or the penalties that may apply when something goes wrong? Do you know whether or not archaeological fieldwork is […]

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Presentations from ‘Fit for Purpose?’

This year’s FAME Forum Fit for Purpose? focused on the issue of skills and employability in UK archaeology. Held in association with the Archaeology Training Forum and supported by York Archaeological Trust, prostate it brought together a wide range of practitioners to discuss what skills employers can expect of archaeology graduates, and what can be […]

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Presentations from ‘Trouble in Store’

This year’s FAME Forum ‘Trouble in Store’ addressed the critical issue of archaeological archives. Given the massive expansion in development-led archaeology in the UK, how are they are to be collected, deposited, stored and used in the future? Over a hundred delegates from FAME, SMA, ALGAO and other organisations attended the event, which was once […]

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FAME Forum 2011: speaker summaries

This year’s FAME Forum will be held in association with the Society of Museum Archaeologists, and will bring together speakers from both organisations and other leading figures to discuss how we can plan a more sustainable future for our archaeological archives. (more…)

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FAME sponsors IfA Conference session

For the first time, doctor FAME is sponsoring a session at the annual IfA Conference. With the theme Understanding Significance, the conference and training event will take place at the University of Reading, from 13-15 April 2011. FAME is sponsoring the opening session on the Southport Group: towards a revitalisation of professional practice, chaired by […]

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Making PPS5 work: realising the benefits of planning-led investigation of the historic environment

Announcement of open workshops on improving practice 24/25 January 2011 Historic environment practitioners are invited to participate in a series of free open workshops. These will explore ways in which the historic environment sector across England can increase the benefits of planning-led work for the public, store for the development sector and for the historic […]

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