We believe that we need to widen who can practice archaeology, and for what purposes. We need to transfer our knowledge to other practitioners. We need to think outside the classroom and make heritage education more accessible, more affordable, more applicable to local interests and goals, and more transparent.
How much do you know about the laws protecting archaeological sites in BC? Would you like to build a better understanding of legal and ethical obligations of professionals working with properties that contain archaeological sites? Do you want to know how to inquire about the presence of an archaeological site on a property? Would you like to confidently advise clients on how the presence of archaeological sites on their property can impact property value, and costs?
Launching: Coming Soon
Duration: 0.5 day
Format: online, self-guided
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
· Define archaeology and heritage in BC
· Identify sections of the Heritage Conservation Act that matter to realtors and property owners
· Recognize the diversity of archaeological and cultural heritage sites in BC
· Identify legal and ethical responsibilities
· Recognize the processes to search for, disclose, and report an archaeological site
· Use case studies to demonstrate key issues
Who should take this course?
· Realtors and their administrative teams
· Brokers and their administrative teams
· Property developers and their teams
· Property owners
This is an intensive 6-day (spread over 2-weeks) program offered via synchronous online learning. The program is a “bundle” of eight Kleanza Seeds courses. When “bundled” together, these courses offer learners an opportunity for in-depth skill development related to site type, materials analysis, and recording. This program is designed for learners with foundational knowledge and skills of archeology in BC. Available year-round on a as needed basis.
This Provincially-certified course is intended to teach basic site identification, survey, and recording skills. The course is designed for eight participants, preferably with some background in forestry or other fieldwork. Upon successful completion of the course, participants are registered with the province and receive a certificate signed by the Archaeology Branch.
Five days, taught entirely in-person or a combination of in-person and digital delivery. Best suited for 8-12 students. Available year-round on a as needed basis.
Interested in learning more about RISC and course pricing?