City and Guilds Advanced National Certificate in Countryside Management
Almost no part of Britain’s landscape has been left unaffected by human activity and alteration in the last 10,000 years since the end of the last ice age. The legal protection and the public interest in archaeology and the heritage of the UK mean that a thorough understanding of the archaeology of the UK and the management challenges that good custodianship of the landscape imposes make archaeology a key issue for any Countryside Management course.
The Advanced National Certificate in Countryside Management course, whilst not directly an archaeology course, covers heritage and archaeology within the course structure allowing students to consider the effects of changing countryside management practices on the part of the UK’s heritage that will be in their care throughout their careers. The course also examines the huge potential that the growing interest in heritage sites has for education, sustainability and community engagement.
More information can be found on the City and Guilds website.
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