COTAC, the Council on Training in Architectural Conservation, has published its new list of supporters on its web site, with logos linking to the diverse sector bodies from across the UK – large and small – that formally support COTAC’s objectives.
COTAC Chair Ingval Maxwell OBE, said: ‘COTAC’s aim is to advance the education and training of all those involved in the protection, preservation, and sustainability of the historic environment, and to provide knowledge and information in support of the arts and skills required to do so.’
‘In pursuing these charitable activities, COTAC relies heavily on the voluntary participation of organisational representatives from across the UK and beyond. It achieves this through enabling the regular 6-monthly pan-professional ‘Edinburgh Group’ meetings, and in the setting up of occasional short-term Working Groups focused on dealing with specific issues, such as its ‘BIM4Conservation Group’.’
‘In return, COTAC offers an increasingly supportive range of relevant e-learning materials and contact information. It is therefore pleased to launch a list of organisations as its named ‘Supporters’ on its website cotac.global
For the full list and links see: cotac.global/about/