RSUA is running a 5-day Advanced Conservation Course which can lead to an RSUA Certificate in Architectural Conservation on successful completion of an assessment.
The programme is aimed at architects and related professionals working in the fields of conservation, refurbishment and restoration who have previously completed the RSUA Conservation Course or equivalent.
This course is not directly connected to the process of becoming a RIBA accredited Conservation Architect, however it is a useful addition to your portfolio of evidence if you are working toward that goal.
The achievement of an RSUA Certificate in Architectural Conservation is an essential preparatory step for architects wishing to undertake an RSUA Diploma in Architectural Conservation which is a non-class based project.
The course will be co-ordinated by Marcus Patton and the speakers will be a mix of local and national experts.
If you have any queries about this course, please contact Julia on 028 9032 3760 or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Royal Society of Ulster Architects strives to enhance Northern Ireland's built environment for the benefit of all through the promotion of architecture. We are the membership body for Architects in Northern Ireland.