Bursary to attend the NAS online course: Anchor Recording using the Big Anchor Project Online Database

The Foundation is working with the Nautical Archaeology Society to fund up to ten students or researchers from the HFF region (Lebanon, Cyprus, Egypt and Syria) to attend the NAS online course on the 27th June 2020. Honor Frost was also known as the ‘Lady of Anchors’ – her work contributed a great deal to the study of anchors as well as to the history and development of maritime archaeology. 

Up to ten HFF funded places are available on the course, in order to receive one of the funded places please complete the below application form by the 19th June 2020. You will then be contacted by email to confirm whether your application is successful and your email address will be passed to the NAS to provide you with the attendance details. 

Please note: WHAT YOU NEED TO JOIN THE ONLINE COURSE
A computer or tablet (phone screens are a bit small to look at for the whole day) with a good internet connection is essential. A built-in or external webcam and microphone are optional. Before the course you will receive an invitation to the online course session which will be run through GoToMeeting. This is an online video conferencing programme that can be run directly through the internet or you get better connection if you download the small programme – it only takes a minute to do.

More information about the course can be found on the NAS website here

After the course you will be asked to submit a short summary report to the Foundation outlining what you got from the course, details about this will be provided with the confirmation email.

Bursary application for NAS online course

This application is to attend the NAS online course: Anchor Recording using the Big Anchor Project Online Database
  • Please note this bursary is aimed at supporting nationals of Cyprus, Lebanon, Egypt and Syria (only).
  • Please provide more information which amongst other things, demonstrates a strong interest and commitment to maritime archaeology, outlines why you should receive this support, indicating why you have chosen to take part in the online course and what benefit this brings you specifically as well as your potential peers
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