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Geophysical survey training

Read the Impact Evaluation report of the project Training in Action, led by our Department's Professor Anna Leone and funded by the Cultural Protection Fund (CPF).

Five years after the end of the project, learn how the Training in Action project has contributed to shape Libyan and Tunisian Heritage professionals' careers and their approach to Heritage. This extensive, applied training programme was implemented from 2017 to 2019 to support Libyan and Tunisian heritage professionals and institutions.

Download the report for free: Training in Action Evaluation Report 2024

A summary can also be seen in a short YouTube video by Impact Stories, featuring direct impact testimonies from several TiNA trainees.

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Our Department of Archaeology is a leading centre for the study of archaeology and is ranked =5th in the world (QS World University Rankings by subject 2024). We are an inclusive, vibrant and international community. Our students develop knowledge and gain essential and transferable skills through research-led teaching and lab-based training.