The International Course on Wood Conservation Technology

Oslo, Norway, 24 May to 2 July, 2004
Since the first course in 1984, about 190 participants from 74 countries have attended the program. Course concludes with a written examination, which awards university credits if passed. Theoretical and practical aspects of wood conservation are given equal consideration during the 6 weeks of training.Organized by ICCROM, Riksatikvaren – the Directorate for Cultural Heritage of Norway, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage research. Applications are due in Oslo February 1st, 2004
Participation is free of charge for selected participants.

Applicants should be mid-career professionals with a minimum of 3 years working experience within wood conservation. Working language is English, Participation will be limited to 20.
To apply, use ICCROM’s course application forms which may be obtained for ICCROM; or phone: 011-39-6-585-531
UNESCO Fellowships applications may be obtained from the national commission for UNESCO (still not established in the US)
Send application to:

International Course on Wood Conservation Technology
c/o NIKU
PO Box 736 Sentrum
N–0105 Oslo
For more information, contact Tone Marie Olstad:
011-47 23 35 50 26

or Eir Grytli
011-47 73 59 50 88


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