TITLE 17: CONSERVATION
CHAPTER VI: ILLINOIS HISTORIC PRESERVATION AGENCY
PART 4190 THE PROTECTION, TREATMENT, AND INVENTORY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND PALEONTOLOGICAL RESOURCES ON PUBLIC LANDS
SECTION 4190.404 REQUIREMENTS FOR SUPERVISORY ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD TECHNICIAN CERTIFICATION


 

Section 4190.404  Requirements for Supervisory Archaeological Field Technician Certification

 

A State certified professional supervisory archaeological field technician must, at a minimum:

 

a)         have been awarded a bachelor's degree, from an accredited college or university, in archaeology, anthropology, or another germane discipline, including, but not limited to, history, classics or geoarcheology, and:

 

1)         have 16 weeks of supervised field training in time blocks of at least 4 weeks duration.  At least half of this experience must be in field investigation excavation (Phase II or Phase III), and

 

2)         have 8 weeks of supervised laboratory analysis or curation experience, which may be accumulated on a part-time basis; or

 

b)         have an unrelated bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and 12 months of professional archaeological field experience in the Mid-continental Region under the supervision of someone meeting the qualifications of Section 4190.405.  At least 4 months of this experience must be in field investigation excavation (Phase II or Phase III).