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Short course: Examine the relatively recent tradition of cement concrete construction in Scotland's built environment, and its practical conservation issues.
Forth Valley College
Short course: Learn about the properties, use and conservation of one of Scotland's most widely used building materials.
Short course: Discover the issues associated with non-ferrous metals in Scotland’s historic built environment.
Weekend antics: Find out why Scotland is a very colourful place while you learn about the different types of sand found here and create a your very own sand card.
Short course: Learn about the physical nature of historic glass and glazing, its significance in Scotland's historic buildings and how it interacts with these structures.
Learn how castles were built in the Middle Ages and what stonemasons had to do before modern machinery was invented.
Short course: Discover the history and conservation of a range of internal and external surface finishes traditionally used on Scotland’s historic buildings.
Discover the traditional skills needed to work with stone on the first day of our new Master Builders programme. Do you have what it takes to be a stonemason?
Discover the traditional skill of earth building. Do you have what it takes to become an earth builder?
Discover the building material brick and the traditional skill of making fired earth building materials. Do you have what it takes to become a brickmaker?
Discover the traditional material of metal and the skills needed to work with it. Do you have what it takes to be a metal worker?
Discover the traditional material of lime and the skills needed to build with it. Do you have what it takes to be a lime worker?