Archaeological specialist (degree) (level 7)
Planning, undertaking and leading archaeological research and investigation.
- Qualification level
Equivalent to master’s degree.
- Typical duration
- 36 months
- Apprenticeship category
- Creative and design
- Maximum funding
Maximum amount government will fund
for apprenticeship training.
- Also known as
- Aerial investigation
- Aerial investigation and mapping investigator
- Archaeological investigator
- Artefact specialist
- Environment archaeologist
- Finds officer
- Finds supervisor
- Geophysics supervisor
- Heritage scientist
- Mapping investigator
- Materials scientist
- Project officer
Skills an apprentice will learn
- Research, access and apply relevant primary and secondary data relating to Archaeology
- Contextualise and synthesise data and results within relevant frameworks.
- Maintain and develop reference materials and databases, categorising and classifying data, including electronic data, appropriately.
- Select, secure, check and calibrate suitable equipment and reference resources
- Evaluate the relevance of research methodologies, techniques and background information to the investigation in question
- Work effectively both independently and within a team
- Work accurately and efficiently to conduct work to high standards within defined project objectives
- Communicate clearly and effectively through written documentation
- Ability to employ supervisory techniques effectively
Full information on Archaeological specialist (degree) (level 7) is available from the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education.
Find training providers for this course
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