One of the Forum's aims is to build capacity for heritage science by supporting and promoting opportunities for training and skills development, and raising awareness of heritage science as a career.
The strategic framework theme of a skilled and diverse heritage science community has five associated strategic outcomes
- Increased engagement with heritage science at school age
- Technical skills and knowledge to address present needs and future requirements of heritage
- A range of accessible apprenticeships and postgraduate opportunities
- Recognition of heritage science as an attractive career
- Citizen heritage scientists
Networking and support
MENTORING PROGRAMME for student and early career researchers. SEMINAR SERIES to showcase emerging heritage science researchers and students. NETWORKING PLATFORM for information-sharing.
Equality, diversity, inclusion
A skilled and diverse heritage science community is one of the three over-arching goals of the strategic framework for heritage science in the UK.
Technical skills and knowledge needs
How we ensure the technical skills and knowledge that are needed to address the present needs and future requirements of heritage are developed
Careers in Heritage Science: opportunities and constraints
NHSF has published the findings of their report with Culture Syndicates CIC on pathways into training and careers in heritage science.
Training opportunities in heritage science
If you are interested in training as a heritage scientist, see our list of organisations that provide either placements or funding for work-based placements, or both.
Profiles of heritage scientists in training
View profiles of recent trainees describing their experience of entry into the heritage science profession.
Increasing engagement with heritage science at school age
Resources to support the incorporation of heritage science elements into programmes targeted at school-age children