Historic Environment Traineeship (HET) Scheme
The new Historic Environment Traineeship (HET) Scheme is open to anyone with the appropriate qualifications or experience….next intake application starts 3 April, closing 1 May….
Trainees will be placed within our regional teams across the country and will gain experience in the application of professional conservation management skills in a planning and development context. The Traineeships will be for a period of two years and up to ten places are available annually.
As a Trainee you will receive high-quality training in historic environment management, enabling you to enhance both the depth of your specialist knowledge and the breadth of your inter-disciplinary skills.Work units may include some part-release secondment or work shadowing to relevant organisations. In the second year you will undertake a project, on a subject of value to you and the sector as a whole.