Organizations - Educational
Algonquin College – Heritage Institute (Perth Campus) - Perth, ON
Currently offering a two-year Heritage Carpentry and Joinery Ontario College Diploma program provides knowledge related to the preservation, renovation, and restoration of historical architecture.
Athabasca University – Heritage Resources Management Program - Athabasca, AB
Phone: 1-800-788-9041 ext. 6792
The University Certificate in Heritage Resources Management (HRM) is a comprehensive program of study that is designed for people who want a broad perspective on Heritage Resources Management, who wish to pursue careers or other involvement with heritage resources practice, or who are working or volunteering in the field and who wish to improve their skills in heritage practice.
Carleton University – Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering Program - Ottawa, ON
Carleton’s program in Architectural Conservation and Sustainability Engineering teaches students a modern approach for the design and retrofit of buildings that holds sustainability as the guiding objective while respecting architectural history and significance. Students learn to consider the life cycle costs and environmental impacts of building materials, energy demand, and the effective reuse and conservation of existing structures.
Carleton University – Heritage Conservation Program, Canadian Studies - Ottawa, ON
The School of Indigenous and Canadian Studies (SICS) has sustained a vibrant M.A. programme area in Heritage Conservation for almost thirty years. Carleton University also offers a minor degree in Heritage and Conservation.
Centennial College – Museum and Cultural Management Program - Toronto, ON
Phone: 416-289-5000 ext. 58611
Centennial College’s Museum and Cultural Management program will offer an applied, learner-centered curriculum to help individuals develop the skill set to manage programs and resources that preserve and publicly present our civilization's cultural and natural heritage.
Fleming College - Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management Program - Peterborough, ON
This program prepares students for the role as a conservation professional. The goals of this field are to preserve and conserve, as appropriate, cultural property for present and future generations.
Holland College – Heritage Retrofit Carpentry Program - Charlottetown, PE
In the Heritage Retrofit Carpentry program, students will learn the construction techniques that were used centuries ago and replicate them by combining traditional skills with the latest technology. They will help preserve historic properties by upgrading and restoring them to structural standards and energy efficiency without compromising their character, aesthetic, or charm.
Nova Scotia Community College – Carpentry - Renovation and Restoration - Lunenburg, NS
This program prepares students for a career in carpentry and/or woodworking, with a focus on renovation and restoration in contemporary- and conservation-related construction. It is for those wanting to advance their knowledge and skills in the heritage and contemporary renovation and restorations fields.
Toronto Metropolitan University - Architectural Preservation Program - Toronto, ON
A highly technical program consisting of courses focused on subjects related to building renovation, restoration and rehabilitation, and historical preservation and conservation. The program is designed to provide graduates with specific knowledge and skills in architectural preservation and conservation. Here individuals can learn to design and execute renovations, restorations and rehabilitations and historical preservation and conservation of buildings.
Université de Montréal – School of Architecture, Conservation of the Built Environment - Montreal, QC
The program aims to promote a better understanding of issues and approaches related to built heritage; enable the acquisition of knowledge and skills in the evaluation and enhancement of heritage sites; and promote critical judgment on the notion of heritage.
Université du Québec à Montréal – School of Design - Montreal, QC
Phone: 514 987-4479
The program offers theoretical and practical training in the conservation of modern architecture. The program aims at the transmission and appropriation of historical, theoretical, and practical knowledge necessary for the documentation, evaluation, characterization, processing and enhancement of buildings, urban complexes, and modern interiors; and, for design and architecture practitioners, useful for the creation of projects aimed at the restoration or modification of elements of modern heritage.
Université Laval – School of Architecture - Quebec City, QC
The Master's Degree in Architecture program includes the ability to specialize in conservation and restoration. This specialization module questions the relationship between collective memory, identity, and the architectural project.
University of Victoria – Cultural Resource Management Program - Victoria, BC
The Diploma in Cultural Resource Management program offers practical, theoretical, and management-based professional training, along with a recognized and respected diploma credential, in a flexible format taught by established industry experts.
Willowbank Heritage Conservation School - Queenston, ON
An independent educational institution that offers a School of Restoration Arts.