We tailor all our activities and workshops for the participants' specific needs, this removes barriers and ensures that everyone can participate in them without the fear of feeling different. We have worked with people with sight loss, hearing loss, mental health issues, balance, and posture issues such as Cerebral Palsy as well as conditions on the autistic spectrum and learning difficulties.
We will work with you to ensure that everyone has fun and succeeds in learning what is required. We can develop resources for schools and handouts in accessible formats, as well as providing knowledge as to how best to deliver a topic. We provide a fun and engaging atmosphere for you to explore archaeology. I have an Award in Education for adult learners and am familiar with providing all the resources required for self-led activities if that is what you require.
In addition to our archaeology workshops, we can provide advice and support in how to adapt activities for people. This also includes training opportunities in sighted guiding and vision loss awareness training.
Download our current workshop brochure below, all sessions can be adapted for different audiences but are originally designed around the national curriculum for schools.
Introducing our wonderful new online courses designed to give you a better understanding of how to be supportive and inclusive in archaeology, click the links to secure your place.
Training session on Accessible Building Survey Guidance