The International Centre for Underwater Archaeology (ICUA) is once again organising courses in the restoration and conservation of underwater archaeological finds to be held in Zadar, Croatia in the period from February -  June 2019.

This international course is targeted to the practical and theoretical training of candidates for independent work in the restoration and conservation of underwater archaeological finds.
The courses will consist of practical work under the supervision of a mentor at the workshops of the International Centre for Underwater Archaeology (ICUA) in Zadar. Candidates will have the opportunity to select work on the various materials treated at the three main workshops that deal with metal, ceramic and glass, and organic finds. Training will be provided by ICUA Zadar staff, pursuant to the course programme manual and the standards valid for the ICUA/UNESCO advanced course staged in 2011. 
Candidates can choose from a number of modules. We are planning a one-month Advanced Course that can be staged in one of the three main workshops, or a two-week Introductory Course that will involve work in all three workshops.
At the end of the course candidates will take an exam on the theoretical and practical segments, after which they will be entitled to a certificate confirming that they have passed our Centre's course for specialised conservators/restorers of underwater archaeological finds.