National Historic Ships UK

National Historic Ships UK are pleased to now offer a qualification in Historic Vessel Conservation. This course is unique in addressing the specialist knowledge needed to understand a historic vessel project. It will establish a national standard, ensuring that the conservation work being carried out on these craft follows recognised guidelines.

Info for apprentices and learners:

During the course you will gain a real understanding of different approaches, terminology, standards and outcomes and put these into practise.

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Courses:

Historic Vessel Conservation

Location:

Distance Learning.

Duration:

Course type:

min 6 months, max 3 years.

Distance Learning

National Historic Ships UK are pleased to now offer a qualification in Historic Vessel Conservation. This course is unique in addressing the specialist knowledge needed to understand a historic vessel project. It will establish a national standard, ensuring that the conservation work being carried out on these craft follows recognised guidelines.

During the course you will gain a real understanding of different approaches, terminology, standards and outcomes and put these into practise.

Sample employers:

      Sample apprentices / learners:

      • Francis Chichester

        Sir Francis Chichester, (born September 17, 1901, Barnstaple, Devon, England—died August 26, 1972, Plymouth, Devon), adventurer who in 1966–67 sailed around the world alone in a 55-foot sailing yacht, the “Gipsy Moth IV.”

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