Archaeological Skills

Archaeological skills training is vitally important for maintaining professional standards and best practice within the sector.  Local training provision is key to creating accessible opportunities for those considering future employment in the archaeology sector to obtain practical experience.

Over the last decade the Trust has increasingly offered practical archaeological skills training through its projects. These are designed with the principle of the outdoor classroom in mind and offer learning opportunities to a wide variety of audiences from students in primary, secondary and tertiary education to life-long learners.  Often working in partnership with archaeological contractors, the Trust principally offers training in excavation, recording and survey to volunteers who live locally to the project areas and across the wider region. Undergraduate archaeology and history students from across Scotland receive practical experience, often as part of assessed fieldwork modules, and in some cases provide near-to-peer training for primary and secondary school pupils.

COVID-19 Operations Statement

Trust staff now work a blend of office and home-working so enquiries are best directed via email as monitoring of office telephones is reduced. Contractors/deliveries requiring access to Lower City Mills should arrange with a member of staff in advance.

General enquiries can still be made using the Contact Us page.

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