The main objective of TESELA’s training area is to instruct students and professionals from different disciplines in the field of professional interventions in conservation and restoration of cultural heritage, a field in which the development of specific documentation, interpretation and intervention techniques requires a broad experience and knowledge. Besides, an advanced and permanently updated technical knowledge on heritage management and construction materials is required. With the dual objective to provide technical knowledge and to keep professionals updated, we periodically organize and participate in the following activites in collaboration with other companies and institutions: seminars, workshops, informational talks, conferences, specialization masters courses and specific training courses.
TESELA will participate next November 28 in the I Seminar on lime mortars for conservation of historical-artistic heritage organized by the National Association of Mortar Manufacturers (AFAM). In addition to sponsoring the seminar, our technical director,...
COURSE OBJECTIVES Painting is the common element of constructions carried out by all civilizations since ancient times and has been used extensively in practically all the works created by man. From prehistory, with the paintings inside the caves, through the ancient...
From 18 April to 25 May 2018
From 10 to 26 April 2018
From 18 to 22 December 2017
From 22 to 25 November 2017
From 17 to 19 May 2017
From 4 to 27 April 2017
From 17 February to 12 May 2017