Get involved Projects Our Projects Hastings Intertidal Wrecks Community Archaeology Project New to 2018 A local training programme and series of public events leading to fieldwork on the two protected intertidal wrecks – Anne and Amsterdam. Participants will learn new skills and contribute to the preservation and investigation of our precious heritage. Fieldwork pre-requisites To participate in the fieldwork, you must have completed either NAS Introduction & Part I or eLearning courses & Skills Days (which also gives you the NAS Foundation qualification!). It is recommended that fieldwork participants also complete the Drawing Ships’ Timbers, Finds Photogrammetry and Museum Interpretation courses as well. Training courses in Hastings Intertidal Archaeology theoryeLearning, anytime, anywhere Compulsory fieldwork pre-requisite. Book online here 24-25 March 2018, Skills Days Wreck sites and Shipwreck Museum Compulsory fieldwork pre-requisite. Book online here 19 May 2018, Recording Ships’ Timbers Shipwreck Museum, Hastings Highly recommended before fieldwork. Book online here 20 May 2018, Finds’ Photogrammetry Shipwreck Museum, Hastings Highly recommended before fieldwork. Book online here 13 October 2018, Museum Interpretation Shipwreck Museum, Hastings Highly recommended. Book online here Intertidal Archaeology Fieldwork We will be undertaking surveys of the protected wrecks Anne and Amsterdam, measuring the remaining timbers and completing photogrammetry models. Fieldwork will take place 14-15 July and 8-12 October 2018. Email [email protected] to express your interest.