Cultural Resources Management Program
The University of Victoria offers flexible study options including individual courses or programs for personal growth and professional development. Courses include (as of 2017): Heritage Studies; Indigenous Language and Culture; Intercultural Education; and Museum Studies.
Please visit the CRM program website to learn more.
The Vancouver Heritage Foundation offers many resources to support building owners, including updates on heritage policies.
Please visit the VHF website to learn more.
Cultural Planning and Development Courses
UBC offers an extensive range of online professional development courses and workshops. Taught by international experts and senior practitioners, these courses and workshops can be taken individually, or applied to the UBC Certificate in Cultural Planning.
Fundamentals of Heritage Building Conservation
This course provides the learner with exposure to heritage conservation and guidelines; basic principles and practices in building conservation; the recording of assets through the use of a Statement of Significance and Condition Survey; the background knowledge and skills required to inspect, record, maintain accurate records, monitor, and assess heritage assets; the skills to develop basic maintenance plans and implement capital and maintenance plans; the interpretation of documents and estimating; the skills to select suppliers, tradespersons, & contractors; and the ability to identify issues related to tendering of projects.
Please visit the College of New Caledonia website to learn more.