Friday 21st June - Day School

Crown & Mitre Hotel, Carlisle

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09.00 - 10.00
Registration
10.00
Welcome and introduction
Chair, Jo Evans IHBC Chair & David McDonald IHBC Education Secretary
10.20
Legislation & Policy - Mike Brown, IHBC Policy Secretary
10.50
Resources for Skills - Nick Randell, Programme Manager - Skills for the Future/Training Bursaries, Heritage Lottery Fund
11.20
Skills Development For A Low Carbon World - Rory Cullen, Head of Building, The National Trust
11.50
Questions and answers
12.30 - 14.00
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Lunch
A chance to network and view the exhibition stands
Afternoon Session 1 chaired by David Lovie, IHBC Past President
14.00
Skills for Change (1): Outreach, Education and Training during Construction Projects - Alan Gardner, Principal Alan Gardner Associates. Historic Building and Traditional Materials Consultancy
14.30
Skills for Change (2): Practical Approaches to Design in Historic Environments - Colin Haylock IHBC, consultant & Immediate Past President, RTPI
15.00
Break for afternoon tea, networking and exhibition
Afternoon Session 2: Chaired by Jules Brown, North of England Civic Trust (NECT)
15.40
Spotlights on practice Brief case studies introducing current issues in skills

Apprenticeships: Skills development for professionals - Phil Bell, National Apprenticeship Service (NAS)
Digital Technology: Skills in a changing world - James Hepher, Surveyor & Spatial Analyst, Historic Scotland
Skills in Community Engagement - David Lovie, IHBC Past President
Clay Buldings: Skills in a traditional context
16.40
Questions and answers
17.15
Closing Remarks: Session Chair
17.20
IHBC Annual General Meeting
19.30
Annual Dinner & Gus Astley Student Award Presentations, Crown & Mitre Hotel

Closing Remarks: Chair
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