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Code of Ethics and Guidelines of Practice -  November 2019 - Maltese & English - 

Information regarding the Application for Warrant to practice the Profession of a Conservator-Restorer in Malta.pdfInformation regarding the Application for Warrant to practice the Profession of a Conservator-Restorer in Malta.pdf

List of Warranted Conservators-Restorers registered in terms of the Cultural Heritage Act (Cap. 445) as at 31st August, 2020.pdfList of Warranted Conservators-Restorers registered in terms of the Cultural Heritage Act (Cap. 445) as at 31st August, 2020.pdf

Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Guidelines.pdfContinuous Professional Development (CPD) Guidelines.pdf

 
 
 
 Submission of Applications for a Warrant to practice the profession of Conservator-Restorer:

Upon submission of an application for a Warrant to practice the profession of Conservator-Restorer, a computer-generated e-mail will be sent as an acknowledgement of the application. 

 Following an initial vetting process, applicants will be granted up to ten (10) working days from date of notification to submit any incorrect or incomplete or missing documents.

Failure to submit such documents within this time-period will automatically render the application as implicitly withdrawn and it will not be processed further.

 

 

Important Notice:

 

Applications for a Warrant to practice the profession of Conservator-Restorer will continue to be received by the Bord until the end of June 2021.

 

Applications will open again after the Summer recess.

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Contact Information


Superintendence of Cultural Heritage
173,
St Christopher Street,
Valletta, Malta, VLT2000
 
Telephone
+356 23950000

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