To synthesise the various elements of project data into a coherent document that is suitably written for a variety of audiences.
Use of both pen/pencil and digital technology to create finds drawings or report illustrations and plans.
Understands best practice for working with diverse communities and audiences.
Aware of the range of archaeological or heritage focussed legislation and how they relate to working practice – (inc. IfA documents).
This is only the start of your skill training and learning, and once you have mastered these skills you are ready to move onto the next stage of the process. Learn more here.
Transferable skills are general skills you can use in many jobs. You gain these skills from projects, voluntary work, hobbies, and interests. They enable you to be adaptable and flexible and archaeology is an excellent place to gain these lifeskills.