Bachelor of Arts in Conservation specialising horological instrumentsRead more
Conservation of horological instruments (Bachelor of Arts)
Credits: Conservator © HE Arc Conservation
The purpose of conservation is the preservation of cultural works through the examination and analysis of such works and the drafting of relevant documents such as condition reports. Training in conservation draws on an international conservation ethic which implies respect for the work's original character and significance, be this artistic, historical, scientific, spiritual or religious.
Source: Haute École Arc Conservation-Restauration, Neuchâtel
Conservator-Restorer, Watchmaker (4 years), Production Watchmaker (3 years), Master Watchmaker, Production Mechanic, Micromechanic, Watch Fitter, Polymechanic, Mechanical Operator, Microtechnician, Watch Laboratory Microtechnician, Microtechnician specialising in industrial processes, Microtechnician specialising in restoration/complications