Qaa Mudbrick Weekend August 2022

Brown blocks on a white sheet on beige ground. Mudbricks drying out.

“The team aim to create heritage awareness at a crucial young age, educating the youth on the importance of preserving and rebuilding their authentic rural mudbrick identity and triggering their curiosity to revive their ancestral way of life.”

Green Skills Newsletter

The latest newsletter of the Green Skills at Vocational Education project has been published. with information about progress to date and plans for the remainder of the project.

Report on Green Skills survey of 1,750 participants published

The second report for the Green Skills at Vocational Education and Training project published today by Landward Research is a Quantitative analysis of the perception of green skills by VET trainers, VET students, and employers. This is the detailed analysis of over 1,750 questionnaire responses, completed by educators, learners and employers in five countries – UK, Spain, […]

Green Skills report on employers, educators and policy-makers attitudes published

Two reports produced by Landward Research for the Green Skills at Vocational Education project have been published. The first is a Qualitative analysis of the perception of green skills by VET trainers, VET policy makers and employers. This represents the results of analysis of 73 interviews with VET educators, employers and policy makers in five countries – […]


Landward Research Ltd are part of the new ANHER (Innovative format of education and training of the integrated archaeological and natural heritage) project, funded by the European Commission's Erasmus Plus Strategic Partnerships in VET programme. The project is led by the Institute of Prehistory at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. The project’s ultimate objective […]

Summer Internship Opportunity

Job Description       Intern Period                    Eight or Twelve weeks in summer 2015 Reward                  Tax free training allowance – £250 / week   About the Company Landward Research Ltd was established in 1997, initially to do archaeological fieldwork and heritage management projects. It became a limited company in 1999 and was then dormant between 2001 and 2010 when […]