Our International Training Partners offer our quality syllabus adapted to local conditions and laws. Contact your local Training Partner to ask about courses and opportunities to help record and research our fragile maritime cultural heritage.
When you attend any NAS course around the world you will receive your NAS Training Record Card which acts as a logbook of your archaeological training and education. All NAS international course participants are given 12 months FREE NAS membership......so why not find out who your nearest training partner is and start your NAS journey?
For over 20 years we have be proud to have International Training Partners that teach our courses all around the world. They adapt our core syllabus to their own particular needs and deliver courses using their own preferred sites and facilities. Find out more here.Read more
The NAS curriculum starts with an Introduction to Foreshore and Underwater Archaeology. This is a one day course introducing the student to some of the basic concepts of underwater archaeology - what archaeology is and how it can apply to the underwater environment. Find out more here......Read more
The Part I course is a general introduction to maritime archaeology which focuses on aspects such as pre-disturbance, or in other words, non-intrusive surveys of shipwrecks and coastal heritage sites. Find out more here.....Read more
The NAS Part 2 includes attendance on the equivalent of two days of archaeology conferences as well as the completion of a short project report. Read on to find out more about the Part 2 and to see an example project report......Read more
The NAS Part 3 is awarded following the accumulation of 100 contact hours of tuition in six or seven subject areas ranging from survey, excavation, ancient technology and managing archaeology. Find out more about Part 3 courses here....Read more
The NAS Part 4, the pinnacle of our International Programme includes a portfolio of work on an approved site, including a report to publication standard. The Part 4 graduate will also have to complete a minimum of 12 weeks of archaeological work on at least three sites since beginning their Part 2.Read more