Heritage Trades

Explore Heritage Trades and learn preservation and restoration techniques at some of South Australia's prestigious heritage locations.

Pondanna Outstation
Gawler Ranges National Park
Monday 25 - Friday 29 October 2021

What you will learn

  • Timber conservation
  • Solid rendering
  • Lime washing
  • Traditional roofing
  • Lime mortar technology

Cost with CITB number $300
Cost without CITB number $1,500

Please arrive at Pondanna Outstation on Sunday 24 October for a meet and greet BBQ. Meals, accommodation, course notes, and a certificate of completion are included. You will need to provide your own transport and be available for the full five days of training.

Bookings and Fees

To make a booking, contact Applied Building Conservation Training (ABCT)
on 0403 705 602.

Get a discount on course fees with a CITB Number:

What is a CITB Number?

Your construction training is more affordable with a CITB number because it gives you access to discounted courses at our endorsed training providers across SA.

To receive the discount you will need to give your valid CITB number to the training provider upon booking in for your training. To find your number you can perform a search with your name and date of birth. To find out if you are eligible for a number please make an application.

Who are our Heritage Trades Trainers?

Training is conducted by Keith McAllister and his team from Heritage Stone Restorations. Keith has international training in Stone Sculpturing at the Bath Academy of the Arts, and Architectural Stonework and Conservation with the Bournemouth University in the UK.

Both government and professional organisations within South Australia and interstate seek his advice and assistance about heritage conservation. The expert knowledge and skills that Keith has brought to the Heritage Trades courses over the past seven years continues to highlight a successful partnership between the CITB and Heritage Stone Restorations.

A number of buildings around South Australia have already been restored. You can view these in detail by visiting our Heritage Trades page on Facebook.