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.
The conservator shall have acquired publicly valid high education of at least level 2 in the field of museology or conservation science or publicly valid high education of at least level 2 in the relevant field and one-year training in the organisation in the field of cultural heritage protection.
- Evidence of education
Recognition of qualifications acquired abroad
There are following systems for the recognition of professional qualifications acquired in the EU: