Find links to archaeology training sites and initiatives.
Council for British Archaeology (CBA) Training Page
Information and links about training and jobs in British archaeology.
Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) Training Pages
Information about training courses and workshops.
An extensive toolkit for supporting early career development in your organisation, including a key Professional Practice Paper on career entry training in your organisation.
British Archaeological Jobs and Resources (BAJR) Training Page
Training opportunities and courses.
National Occupational Standard in Archaeological Practice
Information about the key set of documents against which archaeological vocational training is aligned.
University of Leicester Heritage Practice Training Courses
Practical, technical and specialist skills for heritage professionals to meet the skills gaps identified within the sector, developed in partnership with Historic England.
Oxford University Department of Continuing Education Short Courses Programme
The OUDCE day and weekend course programme is available on their website.
Subject Benchmark Statement for Archaeology (University level)
QAA Subject Benchmark Statement for archaeology, that defines what can be expected of a graduate in the subject, in terms of what they might know, do and understand at the end of their studies
Staffordshire University Centre of Archaeology
CIfA endorsed Continuing Professional Development training courses and events.
Training Online Resource Centre (TORC) (Inactive)
Courses, contacts and opportunities in archaeology
TORC provided information relating to careers, training, courses, professional development, public involvement and fieldwork for archaeology in the United Kingdom. TORC provided a directory of organisations involved in archaeology in the UK, including national heritage bodies, museums, local societies and archaeological contractors. The TORC service was an activity of the Archaeology Training Forum, run by the Council for British Archaeology, and supported by Historic England.