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IHBC Annual School 2021 – Historic Places – People Places

17 June - 18 June

The IHBC’s Brighton 2021 School is a centre of understanding and learning in the care and management of places for people.

Flexible and accessible delegate options that may extend up to 3 days, and more, of:

  • Diverse learning resources and opportunities
  • Events, live and virtual and – where viable – on-site and in-person; and
  • New practice-based insights in our learning-led Heritage MarketPlace, including access to expert advice, services, advocacy and networks, challenging opinion while stimulating practical solutions,

School features

  • Low fees from £25 (IHBC Members, ‘Early Bird’ Day School, 18 June) + VAT
  • Diverse and varied learning opportunities and support, including:
  • Leading expertise and challenging opinions, across a variety of virtual, webinar, guidance and learning formats
  • Learning-led School Heritage MarketPlace, with access to select lead practitioners, advisors, services and advocates, including 1-to-1 opportunities
  • Lunch with the IHBC, an informal lunch – online and virtual -exploring the past and future of conservation practice and the IHBC
  • Innovative digital resources supporting self-directed site visits and tours linked to School content
  • On-site Brighton School-themed group tour options provisionally planned for a Saturday in Autumn 2021 with details to be confirmed in June.  Numbers strictly limited, and open to Virtual School delegates only.   All subject to pandemic guidance, viability and cancellation.
  • Delegates’ ‘Questions and observations’ resource to guide content and discussions prior to School’s opening, with fees reimbursed to session chair’s ‘Best submission’ (chair’s discretion and decision final).
  • IHBC CPD certification

Details

Start:
17 June
End:
18 June
Event Category:
Website:
https://brighton2021.ihbc.org.uk/

Courses and events across the built and historic environment sector. (Mobile users scroll down for calendar and categories)