Access to Archaeology: Disability and Community Archaeology
Tuesday 22nd July and Wednesday 23rd July: 10am-4pm
A day courses on designing and delivery of archaeology courses to adults and children with disabilities. The course aims at making archaeology more accessible and inclusive for adults and children with disabilities. It will cover how to develop a course and how to adapt it to make archaeology more inclusive for those with disabilities.
The course will be run by professional archaeologists from Archaeological Services WYAS, and delivered at their HQ in south Leeds. There is car parking available for visitors. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided but participants are asked to bring their own lunch. The cost of the course is £10 and there is limited places, therefore booking is essential. Learning resources will be provided as part of the course but participants may wish to bring a notepad and pen also.
The course will be run by Archaeological Services WYAS in partnership with the Worker’s Education Association. It is funded by English Heritage and Council for British Archaeology.
For further information or to book a place contact Megan Clement at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0113 3939748.