A group of people examining a historic cemetery.
HELM delegates examining a historic cemetery. © Historic England
HELM delegates examining a historic cemetery. © Historic England

Historic Environment Local Environment: HELM Webinars

Here you can join upcoming webinars on heritage management topics, particularly those supporting training and Continuing Professional Development in the local management of the historic environment.

To take part in our webinars or to access webinar recordings we recommend that you use the Adobe Connect application which can be downloaded for Windows or Mac devices. If you are unable to install the Adobe application, you can use a web browser, however Internet Explorer does not support Adobe Connect webinars or recordings.

Research Ethics and Integrity Workshop

This online workshop has been developed from a joint project by Historic England and the English Heritage Trust.

Utilising relevant case studies and group discussion, this workshop will explore issues related to research integrity, research ethics and good research practice. This workshop is designed to enhance participants' knowledge of good research ethics and integrity practice. As such, this workshop will enable participants to increase their awareness and knowledge of research integrity and deliberate on ethical issues.

This workshop is suitable for anyone who carries out direct research or other research-related activities, particularly within the Historic Environment.

The session will be run by Dr Meesha Warmington and Mr Ferenc Igali who are independent research consultants.

Accessibility and Disability Inclusion Training

Following the launch of our Inclusion Strategy in 2021, Historic England is committed to making our work and workforce more inclusive and diverse. We have introduced a new training programme focused on Accessibility and are extending this offer to the heritage sector.

The series of three workshops will be delivered by our partners Celebrating Disability. All trainers have lived experience of disability.

We recommend that everyone goes to Module 1: Fundamentals of Disability Inclusion to form a baseline for the other modules.

Places are limited to 20 for each session. Please register your interest in attending with the Training team (see email address at the end of this page) by 20 April 2022. We will notify those who have a place by 28 April 2022.