The Nautical Archaeology Society is dedicated to delivering innovative, quality, fit for purpose research into all aspects of maritime archaeology. Whether investigating standards, competency or training in maritime archaeology, or individual archaeological sites, the NAS is committed to sound, equitable, evidence-based research for the advancement of the discipline.
As part of the NAS Training Programme the NAS Part 2 report provides a great opportunity for people to put their learning into practice in the field. The NAS hold a library of many of the NAS part 2 reports submitted over 20 years. Some of these reports are available here.
Recently the NAS has undertaken a number of research projects looking at the wider issues of archaeological training and skills and the value of our underwater heritage.