IHBC’s September CPD Circular now out: Accessible cross-sector support, with free sign up/events listings!

The new issue of the IHBC’s regular and free CPD Circular has been posted, offering members and our networks accessible and current information on learning opportunities and Continuing Professional Development (CPD), with free postings for anyone holding relevant events too!


Apply for IHBC Recognised CPD Provider status HERE

… IHBC National Office is preparing to take part in November’s COP26…

The IHBC CPD Circular writes:

We continue to see a strong supply of CPD events and other opportunities through late summer and into autumn including several IHBC National Office and Branch events. In September the London Branch will host its AGM along with an informative webinar TBC, and the National Office presents a 2-day virtual offering on Conservation Engineering with Ian Hume.

Furthermore, the IHBC National Office is preparing to take part in November’s COP26 through the production of a podcast to include topical episodes at the intersection of conservation, heritage, and sustainability, stay tuned for more information.

As a reminder if you did not sign up as a delegate to this year’s virtual Annual School, or wish to view more sessions, you can still see select recordings as a late-delegate starting from £10 – for more information and to order see the NewsBlog.

View taster clips from the school on the IHBC YouTube channel here!

Listings include:

  • IHBC National & Branch
  • IHBC Recognised CPD Providers
  • IHBC Network
  • Awards, Placements, Bursaries & Scholarships, and Calls for Papers, which include:
    • Call for Project Profiles to Agora Journal
    • Survey ICCROM Sharjah – Feasibility of Establishing new PhD program in ‘Science and Technology in Heritage Conservation and Management’
    • Survey – University of Greenwich – Digital building Data Longevity and Interoperability – Closes Nov 2021
    • Tiles and Architectural Ceramics Society offers grants of up to £2,000 in support of specific conservation projects.
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