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A conservator is an individual who pursues the activity of conservation, studies cultural monuments and takes care of their maintenance.

A conservator is a specialist for the protection of cultural heritage. A conservator must have at least high education and passed professional examination in the field of conservation. A conservator keeps record, evaluates, researches and in particular preserves cultural heritage. A conservator harmonises the measures for heritage protection and advises owners on a comprehensive care of preservation and promotes the heritage and its integrated preservation.

Conditions

Recognition of qualifications acquired abroad

There are following systems for the recognition of professional qualifications acquired in the EU:

Cross-border provisions of profession

Performance of the profession in Slovenia is possible on cross-border/temporary basis. Prior to commencing the service, you must submit a written application to the competent authority.
Last modified:
8. 9. 2021