Education & Training
Conservation requires not only in depth education to enter the field, but also continual updating of knowledge and expanding of skills. AIC's Education & Training Committee charge is to advance the membership’s knowledge of conservation practices and information. It provides expertise in the development of continuing education programs, encourages individual professional development endeavors and promotes the dissemination of current educational information and issues within the conservation field. The content of this area of AIC's wiki is overseen by members of the ETC Committee but contains contributions from the wider AIC membership. To contribute content to one of these areas please contact the AIC e-Editor.
- K-12 Educational Resources on Conservation - The information on this page is created and monitored by members of AIC's Education Outreach Working Group. The wiki pages complement or supplement information on the committee's K-12 Education Resources webpage
- Resources for Emerging Conservators - This page pulls together material created for and by Emerging Conservators (i.e. indivuals who are newly entering the field. Visit the AIC website's Emerging Conservators Professional Network page or more information.
Content in the following areas is in development. Please check back soon.
- Reading Lists
- Mentoring Toolkit
- Conservation Courses for Allied Academic Fields
- Teaching and Learning
- Career Resources
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