Landward Research Teoranta (Landward Research Ltd’s wholly owned subsidiary in Ireland) are delighted to announce that Mark Spanjer has been appointed as the company’s Chief Executive. He will lead on growth and development in the European market. www.landward.ie
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.
Landward Resarch Ltd are proud to be carbon neutral. In 2018-19, we reduced our carbon footprint by 12% and funded Community Projects and Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects that have generated Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) to offset the carbon dioxide our activities generated.
An article by Kenneth Aitchison, updating a paper given at the EAA 2018 conference in Barcelona, has been published as an ‘early view’ in Archäologische Informationen. Read the article here https://dguf.de/fileadmin/AI/ArchInf-EV_Aitchison.pdf
The Archaeological Market Survey for 2017-18 has been published and is available for download: Archaeological Market Survey 2017-18. This report has been produced by Landward Research Ltd on behalf of FAME, CIfA and Historic England. Key Results of the Survey Record levels of commercial investment and employment for archaeologists in the UK. The numbers of people employed as professional archaeologists, both in applied commercial archaeology and across the entire archaeological sector in the UK, were higher 2017-18 than they had ever been before. £239m was invested in the economy through applied archaeology in 2017-18 Despite the sector’s wariness about the future of the market (a major factor in which appears…
The ‘Innovative format of education and training of the integrated archaeological and natural heritage’ (ANHER) project has been commended by the European Commission for being an example of a best practice Erasmus+ project. A summary has been included in the new publication, Erasmus+ Enriching our Cultural Heritage.
Landward Research Ltd has moved to a new London business address. Landward Research Ltd, Kemp House, 152-160 City Rd, London EC1V 2NX
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, Italy, Romania and Turkey – on their experiences of, and attitudes to, vocational education and training for construction workers and electricians. Written by Ben Lewis, Niloufar Javadi Abhari and Anjumon Ali, the report finds: In terms of the four green skills working areas defined by the project and questionnaire, 68% of educators agreed that green…
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 – Turkey, Romania, Italy, Spain and the UK. Written by Ben Lewis, Anjumon Ali and Niloufar Javadi Abhari, this identifes attitudes and trends in vocational eduction and training relating to green skills for construction workers and electricians. The results showed attitudes and awareness varied from country to country – from the Introduction: In the UK, individuals…
The Green Skills project partners have published a brochure about the project. Green Skills Brochure