Free Online CPD with Irish Post Medieval Archaeology Group – open to the public

Online lunchtime CPD event titled The Irish Post Medieval Archaeology Group – what we do and why we do it delivered by Dr. James Lyttleton (Chair of IPMAG). This event is a collaborative CPD event between IAI and IPMAG and will take place on Friday 26 March 2021 at 1pm. The talk will address some of the IPMAG’s advocacy work in relation to proposed heritage legislation and some of the projects relating to post medieval heritage that are progressing. The talk will be followed by a short questions and answer session and close at 2pm. To register for the event, please complete the registration form  – Registration Form – 26.3.21 and return by email to...

IAI/ iCAN collaborative CPD training on video content and editing

IAI in collaboration with the Irish Community Archive Network (iCAN) are delighted to open registrations to all members in good standing to register to attend a short series of online training sessions as an Introduction to video content and editing for those working in the heritage sector. Registration details are available on the CPD...

Public Register of Members

Members are advised to take action, as outlined in correspondence circulated by direct email, as part of the compilation of the forthcoming Public Register of Members. The deadline for completion of actions is 31st August 2020.

IAI Heritage Week 2020 video

In celebration of Heritage Week 2020 – the Board of IAI has produced a video showing their roles within the Institute and the varied roles and responsibilities in their working lives as professional archaeologists within Ireland. This video is aimed at communicating the work of the archaeologist to the public....

Position of CEO advertised with Discovery Programme

The Discovery Programme (Centre for Archaeology and Innovation Ireland) has advertised for the position of Chief Executive Officer. Close date for application is 5pm on Friday 11 September 2020. Full details and job specifics are available on –