An intensive hands-on short course that provides participants with training in Archaeological Field Methods by joining on-site excavations in metropolitan Adelaide.
When it's run
11 - 15 April 2023
Mode of delivery
Face-to-face, Fieldwork (in person), and departing from Flinders University, Bedford Park.
This short course is designed for practitioners who wish to gain a deeper knowledge and hands-on experience in Archaeological Field Methods. This course will be of interest to students of archaeology, anthropology, history, geography, conservation, environmental management, and heritage, as well as vocational archaeologists, archaeology professionals, and cultural resource management professionals. Participants are required to meet Flinders University COVID19 Field Trip protocols.
This topic provides students with direct, practical experience in a variety of advanced archaeological field methods. Digital technologies and geophysical techniques are a focus within this topic. The student will attend a combination of workshops, as well as receive practical hands-on training. The learning focus is on students acquiring the skills they will require to gain employment in field based archaeology.
On completion of this short course participants will be expected to be able to:
The assessment components for this course include; participation requirements, a quiz exercise, and a site report.
Upon successful completion, participants will receive a Certificate of Achievement which states that this short course is equivalent to completion of the Flinders University topic ARCH8801.
Participants may be eligible to negotiate credit at another tertiary institution. We encourage participants to check this prior to registering for this short course.
This short course will be facilitated by Associate Professor Ian Moffat, Associate Professor Mike Morley and special guest teachers from Flinders University’s discipline of Archaeology.
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