Training opportunity (July 2010)

IfA Workplace Learning Bursaries

Museum of London Archaeology will be hosting two IfA-funded opportunities for training from late summer / early autumn - a 10-month Artefact Specialist (Roman small finds) traineeship, designed to develop the key skills of artefact recognition and research, specialising in finds of the Roman period, as well as a 12-month Archaeological Apprenticeship, designed to provide broad-based training in the principles and practice of commercial archaeology. Check for details:

http://www.archaeologists.net/modules/news/article.php?storyid=520

The closing date for applicants for both posts is 28 July 2010, 12 noon.

NH: 13th Jul 2011 10:26:00

 

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