ELearning Registration

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Please note the NAS ELearning system is currently transitioning to an updated system. The new ELearning system will officially launch on the 1st March 2016. Until then, you can still enrol, but you will take part in the old style lessons and will only have until the 21st February 2016 to complete your theory courses.

Registering for NAS Online courses is easy, you just need to follow the two simple steps below:

Step 1 - Create an account on the NAS ELearning Site.

Follow the link above which will take you directly to the 'Create new account' form. You will need to fill in the form with your details. Please note that each individual who wishes to create an account will need a different email address.

Once you have completed the form, click 'create my new account'.  An email will be sent to your email address, click on the link in the email and this will confirm your account and you will be logged in to the NAS ELearning Site.

Step 2 - Enrol in your NAS Training Course

Once you have logged in to the site, you will see the courses which are available to you. Select the course you wish to enrol in and click on the course title.  You will then be taken to the PayPal page in order to pay for your chosen course and complete your enrolment.

You can pay for the course using a credit/debit card or using your PayPal account.

Each course includes a copy of the NAS Guide to Principles and Practice (also known as the NAS Handbook), which accompanies the Introduction and Part I Courses. This is a hardcopy accompaning book that we shall post to your registered address for the course.

If you would like to enrol in both the Introduction and Part I Course together, you can select the 'Combined' course option.

Course Costs

NAS Introduction to Foreshore and Underwater Archaeology Theory - £45

NAS Part I Certificate in Foreshore and Underwater Archaeology Theory - £35

NAS Combined Introduction and Part I Certificate Theory - £75

For more help on registering for NAS ELearning and enrolling in courses, please watch this video: