What COTAC does


Formed in 1959, the Council's 21st century Objectives are to advance the education and training of all those involved in the protection and preservation of the historic environment that is of cultural, architectural or historical value, and to provide knowledge in support of training and education in the arts and skills required to protect and preserve it.


To do so it will adopt an integrated lay, craft, specialist and professional approach, whilst engaging with a wide range of interested parties to achieve its aims. The Council's related website, will continue to be freely available as a COTAC on-line personal learning resource for those wishing to develop and further their conservation knowledge and skills.


By following the links on this page, you will also find details of COTAC's other related work, reports and conferences on conservation matters.


CLICK HERE to read our report on Building Information Modelling for Conservation

2014 Conference report is available on the following links:
Conference summary
Part 1 Fire
Part 2 Flood


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