This seminar will be presented by Opus International Consultants and will cover archaeological and heritage guidelines.
Attendees will be given a good overview of their requirements according to the Resource managementAct1991 (RMA) and the.HeritageNew Zealand Pouhere TaongaAct2014 (HNZAct). This will allow the attendees to have the ability to better understand and/or apply their knowledge of archaeology and heritage within their workplace.
· What is an archaeological site?
· Legal Requirements.
· The archaeological process.
· Managing Archaeological Risk.
· Accidental Discovery Protocol.
· Archaeological Authority.
Brooke is a professional archaeologist with over ten years of experience in archaeological excavation, field work, survey and report writing within New Zealand, Ireland and Northern Ireland. The majority of her experience has been on large scale infrastructure projects for roading, services and subdivisions. Brooke also spent four and a half years as the Regional Archaeologist for Heritage New Zealand based in their Northland and Tauranga Offices. During this time Brooke was involved with a number of different organizations, iwi, developers, archaeologists and the public regarding archaeology, the Heritage New Zealand Pouhere Taonga Act and the archaeological authority process.
Registration Fee: $130.00 + Gst
For every group booking of five registrations you will be eligible to receive a sixth registration free.
For further information contact Vanessa Delegat on 04 471 1774 or email: email@example.com