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Easy Access to Historic Places of Worship - South East
Thu 25 May 2017, 09:30 – 16:30
This course aims to improve understanding of the statutory background to accessibility and the historic environment, and to share best practice in managing historic places of worship for greater access.
Who is this event suitable for?
This course is aimed at people who deal with the day-to-day management of listed places of worship (such as building managers and volunteers), as well as higher-level decision makers (e.g. Diocesan Advisory Committee staff). It would also be useful for local authority staff that deal with planning applications affecting listed places of worship, as well as heritage professionals who regularly work on these buildings.
By the end of the day delegates will:
1) Be aware of the Historic England guidance on how to promote change that safeguards historic buildings and places.
2) Understand the statutory background to accessibility and the Historic Environment.
3) Know how to approach and develop access audits and plans.
4) Understand best practice in terms of adaptation to buildings improving mobility & wheelchair access and sensory access.
5) Be able to make decisions about balancing access and economic pressures.
Terms and Conditions:
Booking is essential for all courses as places are limited. Please note that we are initially only able to allocate 2 places per organisation.
Please note, these training events are provided free of charge by Historic England, and places are at a premium. You can send a replacement or notify us by e mail if you book and then can’t attend. Non-attendance will incur a fee of £150 unless you contact us at least 5 days in advance.
Please also be aware photography or filming may take place at events for promotional use.
We use the Eventbrite online booking service to make it easier for you book onto our events. If you don’t want to book online using this service, please contact one of our Training Delivery Officers to request a booking form (email: helmbookings@HistoricEngland.org.uk)
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