Marsh IHBC Award for Successful Learning in Heritage Skills
This Award is designed to recognise the contribution of an individual for their significant learning in traditional building activities and craft skills. The Award aims to help keep the essential conservation skills and knowledge alive through training, shared experience and example.
Anyone interested in how people care for our places may nominate an individual for the Award, whether they are, for example, a teacher, fellow practitioner, client, civic representative, property owner or planner. Nominations for the Award can be made via the IHBC website.
Entries for the Award are judged by a panel consisting of representatives of the MCT and IHBC and the Awards are presented at the IHBC Annual School in June each year.