We will also look at the special requirements that apply to writing in a professional and academic context.
The course is designed for all who need to develop skills and confidence in archaeological report writing.
This is an opportunity to help undertake a measured survey of archaeological earthworks in the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve, home of the Major Oak, legendary hideaway of Robin Hood.
This fieldwork forms part of the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve Archaeology Survey which is being run by Mercian.
Earn 5 credits towards the NAS Certificate or Award. This course is designed for non-archaeologists who need to work with archaeology within the design and construction process, including architects, surveyors, engineers and other design professionals, planners, and project managers and developers.
The course will look at the place of archaeology in the planning system, how archaeological costs can be controlled, how to get benefit from archaeological work, and some of the pitfalls to be avoided.
Thursday 1st, Friday 2nd and Saturday 3rd of March, 2018.It will also include guidance on the use of desk-based assessments to fulfil the requirements of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).The course will be of interest to all those who are currently (or hope to be) involved in the commissioning or production of desk-based assessments.Before the course you will receive a study pack including a guide to the preparation of evidence.You will be allocated a role to play in the Inquiry and asked to prepare a proof of evidence to fit this role.Active participation in the course will be limited to 14 participants.