- Skills Training
- H8WR 46 – Produce a Work Plan for a Conservation or Restoration Project
SQA National Units H8WR 46 - Part of Professional Development Award (PDA) in Repair and Maintenance of Traditional Masonry (0.5 Credits)
This unit is about understanding the conservation, restoration, repair and maintenance of traditional (pre 1919) structures and buildings.
This unit is designed to develop your ability to understand conservation, restoration, repair and maintenance of traditional buildings including their performance, function and the principles of conservation and restoration. Suitable for those:
✔️ With limited experience in the construction and heritage industries
✔️ Those with existing competencies in the construction industry; and
✔️ Anyone with a keen interest in the care and repair of traditional buildings and their history
On completion of this unit you will be able to appraise the condition of a traditional building or structure and understand the work required to bring it back to a good state of repair within the relevant legislation, conservation principles, skills and materials available today.
This unit is delivered as a training and assessment package TAP 1 (a training course and test in one package) over two ‘face to face’ training days and up to 5 days of self study/ homework. Your workplan is to be submitted for assessment electronically within two weeks of completing the ‘face to face’ training.
You will be assessed through completion of ‘closed-book’ multiple choice questions and in the production of a written and illustrated workplan on an example historic building or structure.
Upon successful completion, you will gain SCQF Level 6 – Equivalent to Higher
Please note: should you cancel this course after booking an admin fee of £25 (incl VAT) will be retained by the Scottish Lime Centre.
£480.00 + VAT
(£576.00 incl VAT)
Starting on: April 4, 2024:
07th March 2023 - 28th November 2023
23rd January 2024 - 25th January 2024
27th February 2024 - 29th February 2024