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NAS Part 1 certificate in Foreshore & Underwater Archaeology - Portsmouth
Date: 
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Details: 

A two day course building on the knowledge and skills learnt during the Introduction course, including theory and practical sessions. This venue does not offer diving and practical sessions will take place on the intertidal zone (weather depending).

Cost: 
£150.00
Location: 
Fort Cumberland
Portsmouth
PO4 9LD
United Kingdom

Tutor

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First Name: 
Mary
Surname: 
Barber
Bio: 
Mary joined the NAS in 2007 as an Assistant Training and Publications Officer, through the IFA Workplace Learning Bursary Scheme, working on delivering NAS training courses and updating the NAS training materials to co-incide with the release of the NAS Handbook. Mary became a full time member of the NAS Staff in September 2008 as Training and Publications Officer and subsequently focused on training, becoming Training Manager in 2010. Mary achieved a BA in Archaeology from Bristol University in 2005 and went on to complete a MA in Maritime Archaeology and History also at Bristol. Mary has worked on projects both in the UK and overseas including Isreal, the Isles of Scilly and Scotland. She managed the Sound of Mull Archaeology Fieldschool on the site of the John Preston between 2009 and 2011 undertaking survey and excavation work. In 2011 she also ran a fieldschool associated with the IKUWA 4 Conference in Croatia.