|24th September 2016||First steps in archaeology (1)|
|1st October 2016||Prehistoric Kent|
|29th October 2016||Caesar to Claudius: Britain, Gaul and Rome from 55 BC to AD 43|
|5th November 2016||A crash course in Roman Britain|
|19th November 2016||The archaeology of the Kingdom of Kent|
|26th November 2016||Roman pottery: an introduction|
|3rd December 2016||Medieval East Kent|
|14th January 2017||First steps in archaeology (2)|
|27th January 2017 (Fri)||Archaeological report writing|
|4th February 2017||The archaeology of death|
|24th February 2017 (Fri)||Understanding and recording stratigraphy|
|4th-5th Mar 2017 (Sat/Sun)||Putting colour in the past: an introduction to environmental archaeology|
|11th March 2017||My place in history|
|21st March 2017||Supporting history in the primary school|
|25th March 2017||First steps in archaeology (3)|
Unless otherwise specified, courses are held at the Canterbury Archaeological Trust, 92a Broad Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2LU and run from 10.00am – 4.00pm.
Whether you are considering archaeology as a future career, or just wanting to try a new hobby, this is the place to start! Anyone can get involved in archaeology and this day school provides the perfect introduction to the subject. After examining what archaeology is, the course will go on to cover a wide range of topics, including time periods and how we date things, sources and types of evidence, archaeological methods and practices, and the different types of archaeology. Guidance will be provided on how to take your interest further, either through additional training, higher education or as a volunteer. No previous experience or knowledge is required. Students will get the chance to handle a range of artefacts during the day.
Tutor: Andrew Richardson
Date: Saturday 25th March 2017
Fee: £45 (£40 for FCAT)
|Friends of Canterbury Archaeological Trust receive a discount on course fees as well as on our publications.If you would like to join the Friends please visit their pages,
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“Very good well presented course.” NF.
“Plenty of visual material and fast pace kept interest!.” MB.
“Practical and engaging, included multi-media resources to maintain interest and accommodated different learning styles… It motivated me to want to expose my children to the experiences Marion spoke about.” Key Stage 2 teacher.
“I enjoyed the mix of interesting lectures/slides with a chance to see and handle the bones as well…..I think this was great value for money and very interesting.” RR.
“I knew very little before the course and feel much better informed now…..please put on more such courses. Very enjoyable indeed.” JI.
“A great introductory course for people who are interested in archaeology. I have learnt lots and will recommend it to anyone interested.” MT.
“Background facts, real stories, tour of premises, looking [at] and discussing finds and what they mean. Open and friendly tutor who is an expert.” CK.
“Thank you for the excellent day. I’d be pleased to know about more courses/acting as a volunteer.” BC.
“Knowledgeable tutor, comfortable venue, pot handling, excellent power point presentation, tour of CAT offices. Friendly and accessible staff. Beautiful booklet. Really enjoyable and informative day.” JI.
“Very clear, helpful presentation and infinitely more useful than the last pottery course I attended!” EB.
“Very enjoyable and greatly enjoyed the enthusiasm and knowledge of the two archaeologists taking the course.” MC.
“Very enjoyable and informative. Was pleased the lectures were at a level I could understand and included humour!” GC.
“I am going to attend many more courses. I have the bug.” MC.
Most courses are held at the Canterbury Archaeological Trust,
92a Broad Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2LU. 10.00am – 4.00pm
Terms and conditions
All courses must be booked and paid for in advance. Fees will only be refunded in exceptional circumstances and will be subject to a £20 administration charge. The Trust reserves the right to cancel courses due to insufficient enrolments; in such cases the decision will usually be taken one week before the date of the course and in such cases students will be refunded in full.
|Canterbury Archaeological Trust was formed in 1975 to undertake excavations, research, publication and the presentation of the results of its work to the public. Employing a core staff of 40 highly qualified field archaeologists and specialists, it is the largest professional archaeological organisation in Kent.|
|* If you have suggestions for a particular course not covered here, or if you represent a group with specific archaeological training needs, please get in touch and we can discuss bespoke training to meet your requirements.|