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Webinar on assessing the condition of heritage ironwork

Not to be deterred by COVID-19 in their quest to bring you the benefit of their expertise, on June 3 National Heritage Ironwork Group (NHIG) are holding a new webinar on assessing the condition of heritage ironwork.

The webinar - Assessing Heritage Forged & Cast Ironwork - will provide an introductory guide to reporting, inspection and recording and tickets will cost £15 - £35. The course leader will be Bethan Griffiths.

Conservation Reports are a fundamental requirement of good conservation practice but the process can be fraught with confusion:

  • What should they include?
  • How long should they be?
  • How should they be organised?
  • Who are they for?

Adding to the confusion, the term ‘conservation report’ can be used to refer to a single report or a compilation of reports, and condition reports are also known as condition surveys or condition assessments.

This webinar will provide a short introductory guide to the different types of report categories associated with the first stage of all conservation work: assessment. It will give an overview of the basics to put assessment as a whole into context, but its main focus will be on condition reporting. Overall, it will provide a checklist as a guide to the information condition reports can include.

REPORTING OVERVIEW

  • Reporting
  • Why assess ironwork?
  • For who?
  • Report preparation
  • When is assessment needed?
  • Types of report
  • Report writing
  • Checklists
  • Information gathering
  • Decision point ‘triage’

To book for this webinar, please go to the NHIG website

NOTE: Ticket pricing represents an introductory rate while we establish our online delivery programme. All proceeds will support the NHIG’s education programme – trainers are volunteering their time free of charge.

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