PAST skills and methodology workshops provide students with the essential skills needed to use the archives and records in their field. During each session students receive tuition and guidance on a range of archival research skills specific to their research area and undertake practical exercises involving hands-on document work.
These sessions are aimed at taught postgraduate and PhD students, although other researchers are welcome to attend.
All workshops are held over two days on site at The National Archives. Registration is £40, including refreshments on arrival and lunch on both days.
The next skills and methodology workshops will be held on:
- 24-25 January 2017: Medieval & Early Modern
- 7-8 February 2017: Modern Overseas (1782-present)
- 21-22 February 2017: Modern Britain (1782-present)
- 9-10 March 2017: Medieval and Early Modern
Please follow the links for registration and a full programme.
If you are unsure which session would be most appropriate for you to attend please email us for guidance.
What 2016 attendees said:
‘The sessions all seemed exceptionally well planned with appropriate examples and great levels of interaction vs taught time.’
‘I can honestly say that this was the most useful, interesting and enjoyable course I have ever attended.’
‘All staff were really friendly and made difficult and new concepts clear.’