James Lesh has a decade of experiencing teaching history and heritage. He has taught in Australia’s leading conservation courses, shaping the next generation of heritage architects, planners and specialists. From his knowledge and experience, he has written and delivered new subjects that integrate the latest theories and most innovative practices in conservation from across the world.
Another area of interest is professional development. James has developed a suite of micro credentials to up-skill professionals with the Australian Centre for Architectural History / Urban and Cultural Heritage, University of Melbourne.
James is a qualified adult educator having completed the Graduate Certificate of Higher Education (Learning and Teaching) from Deakin University.
- Postgraduate courses in urban and cultural heritage, architectural conservation and heritage planning at Deakin University, University of Melbourne and University of Sydney.
- Professional short courses in urban and cultural heritage at University of Melbourne.
- Contributor to industry discussions about professional skills training.
- Academic Profile at Deakin University
- University of Melbourne MicroCerts in Urban and Cultural Heritage
- Panel discussion with leading Australian heritage educators (YouTube)