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2019 Conservation Conference

PAYE are proud to announce that they are key sponsors of this year’s CIOB Conference entitled ‘Conservation, Adaptation & Maintenance of The Built Environment’. The event is being held on the 30th April 2019 at Church House, located in the World Heritage site of Westminster Abbey.

The day will comprise presentations and interactive case studies that explore examples of heritage restoration projects from around the UK. PAYE’s project at Battersea is set to feature and will be presented by Conservation Architect and Partner David Hills of Purcell.

Delegate places are available at a cost of £110 each and can be booked via the following link https://eu.eventscloud.com/ereg/newreg.php?eventid=200185672

Previous events have sold out in full well in advance and spaces are limited, so we recommend securing these as early as possible.

Conservation Certification

https://www.ciob.org/Your-Career/ciob-building-conservation-certification-scheme

The CIOB Building Conservation Certification Scheme is open to those who work in the historic building sector. Typically this will be: Works Supervisors/Site Managers, Building/Quantity Surveyors, Design Coordinators/Managers, Project/Construction Managers, Facilities/Estates Managers and those working in Academia.

For those without an HNC/HND in Conservation or three years’ relevant experience, successfully completion of the CIOB Academy Understanding Building Conservation course provides eligibility to join the certification scheme. It is a 2 day course and is run 3 or 4 times a year and is built around British Standard BS:7913 (Conservation). To find out more click the following link https://www.ciobacademy.org/product/understanding-building-conservation/?_ga=2.105818304.278881104.1548316238-343106191.1548316238

There are 3 recognised levels of competence; Registered, Proficient and Certified.

Registered – At this level an individual must be able to demonstrate good working and background knowledge of key aspects of work to traditional buildings as well as conservation practice, principles and philosophy, and to understand when guidance or supervision is required.

Proficient – At this level an individual must be able to demonstrate a depth of understanding of conservation practice, principles and philosophy including significance, and to guide and take responsibility for others whilst understanding when further specialist guidance is required.

Certified – At this level an individual must be able to demonstrate good working and background knowledge of key aspects of work to traditional buildings as well as conservation practice, principles and philosophy, and to understand when guidance or supervision is required.

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