IHBC joins RIAS and more in Glasgow (virtually) on accreditation, standards, MATEs and more: 22-24 March

The IHBC will offer guidance and feature our celebrated MATE programme at a Glasgow City Heritage Trust (GCHT) 3-day online Conference on ‘Your Career in Conservation’, all aimed at ‘anyone working, or interested in working, within the building and heritage sectors’, alongside CARE, ICON, RIAS and RICS, and with fees from £30.

… improve your knowledge and expertise…

… talks from built heritage conservation experts…. introductions to conservation accreditation bodies…

… conference is aimed at …. building and heritage sectors, including architects, surveyors…

GCHT writes:

Interested in a career focused on the historic built environment? Or learning more about how to improve your knowledge and expertise about conserving our built heritage? Join Glasgow City Heritage Trust for a three-day online conference looking at careers in conservation and take part in workshops on how to become conservation accredited.

The conference is aimed at anyone working, or interested in working, within the building and heritage sectors, including architects, surveyors, conservators, engineers and consultants.

What you’ll learn:

Delegates will be able to hear from professionals working across the built heritage sector, how being conservation accredited can open new career paths and how the conservation accreditation process works for different accreditation bodies.


Each day will be split into two parts, with the morning session focusing on talks from built heritage conservation experts about their experiences and current concerns facing the historic built environment sector, as well as introductions to conservation accreditation bodies. The afternoon session will be split into workshops for participants to get more information about the accreditation application process specific to their professional area and get guidance on applications.

Workshops will be lead by:

  • Conservation Accreditation Register for Engineers (CARE)
  • Institute of Conservation (Icon)
  • Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC)
  • Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS)
  • Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)

Read more….

Click here for the full programme

See more on the IHBC’s free accreditation sessions: IHBC MATE programme

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