Archaeology 2030, Professional Skills, Training and Specialisms working group is seeking participants from the archaeological sector

Archaeology 2030,  Professional Skills, Training and Specialisms working group

Archaeology 2030 is a collaborative project by people from a wide range of disciplines and in a variety of roles working in or related to archaeology. Our ambitious vision for archaeology in Northern Ireland is that it is accessed and valued by as many people as possible, led by a sector which is healthy, resilient, and connected. Archaeology 2030: A Strategic Approach for Northern Ireland sets out five main aims and a series of recommendations to deliver this vision and working groups have been formed to take them forward.

We would like you to join us in delivering this vision, by participating in one of our new working groups. We are currently seeking participants from the archaeological sector to join the Professional Skills, Training and Specialisms group.

This group will address several of the key objectives of the Archaeology 2030 Strategy under Aim 5: Innovation, Understanding and Skills – Developing learning and skills to equip current and future generations. It will develop and deliver a number of key tasks, and work with other Archaeology 2030 working groups, heritage bodies and wider participants as required. The Working Group will examine areas such as: building skills within the archaeological sector; ensuring the availability of specialist training and CPD within the sector; improving the career path of archaeologists within the sector; planning for the future, identifying gaps, deficiencies and innovation; collaboration between employers and institutions of learning.

 

If you are interested in participating in the Professional Skills, Training and Specialisms working group or in finding out more about Archaeology 2030 get in touch with us at Archaeology2030@communities-ni.gov.uk

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