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Accredited Conservator-Restorer is the premier professional designation for conservator-restorers in the UK. It is awarded by the United Kingdom Institute for Conservation, Institute of Paper Conservation and Society of Archivists following assessment to the requirements of the Professional Accreditation of Conservator-Restorers (PACR) framework, which is overseen by the National Council for Conservation-Restoration (NCCR).
Becoming a profession: conservation in the United Kingdom - Stan Lester
Draft for the Journal of the Society of Archivists published in vol 23 no 1, 2002
PACR: a competence-based professional accreditation scheme
The Professional Accreditation of Conservator-Restorers: developing a competence-based professional assessment system
PACR: assessing professional practice
Assessing professional practice 'in the field': experiences from the PACR scheme under consideration by Research in Post-Compulsory Education.
Professional accreditation and NVQs
An exchange of experience
Professional bodies, CPD and informal learning
The case of conservation
Qualifications in professional development
A discussion with reference to conservators in the United Kingdom and Ireland
The role of qualifications in the conservation
Becoming a qualifying profession: a case-study from heritage sector.