Heritage Conservation Planning at the University of Victoria
This course provides an overview of heritage planning, the field within heritage conservation that addresses interventions to historic places in the context of urban (and rural) planning and development. The objective of heritage planning is to manage change wisely. Learn more. This course can be applied to Cultural Resource Management.
Culture, Museums, and Indigenous Studies
The University of Victoria offers flexible study options including individual courses or programs for personal growth and professional development. Courses include: Heritage Studies; Indigenous Language and Culture; Intercultural Education; and Museum Studies.
Please visit the Continuing Studies program website to learn more.
The Vancouver Heritage Foundation offers many resources to support building owners, including updates on heritage policies, and a heritage study guide for educators.
Please visit the VHF website to learn more.
Discover learning opportunities, resources and BCMA’s brand-new tools for small museums covering exhibit development, museum education, collections management and much, much more! Learn more.
Regeneration Works is your one-stop shop for tools, training and coaching to help you improve the vitality of your heritage place. Whether you are interested in downtown revitalization, the regeneration of heritage sites and buildings or fundraising, there is something here for everyone. Learn more.