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Andor Vince is a collections care advisor. He has worked in the heritage sector since 1998, including the Institute of Archeology in Serbia, the Norfolk Museums and Archaeology Service (UK), the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge (UK), and the University of Cambridge Museums (UK), and for a number of other organizations as a freelance consultant. Andor’s expertise is in collections care, including creating collections care plans, policies and procedures, emergency planning, risk management for collections, and developing cost-effective projects and strategies in care for collections.  

Andor’s background is in archaeology. He then served a four-year apprenticeship in furniture restoration and making. After his apprenticeship, he studied furniture conservation-restoration at West Dean College (UK) where he gained a Post-Graduate Diploma in Furniture Conservation and Restoration. He later gained a Master of Arts degree with Distinction in Preventive Conservation from Northumbria University (UK).

Andor holds a Diploma in Programme and Project Management (Chartered Management Institute, UK), Level 3 Award in Leadership and Management (Institute of Leadership and Management, UK) and a Certificate in Managing risks for Collections (ICCROM).
Andor has been a visiting lecturer at University College London, Camberwell College of Arts, and is a visiting lecturer at West Dean College, UK. He runs courses and webinars for heritage professionals globally. 

Andor is currently studying towards a Diploma in Positive Organisational Psychology with the Positive Psychology Guild (UK). He has a specific interest in positive leadership, cultivating positive organisational cultures, fostering a positive work environment and the application of the principles of positive psychology in emergency response.
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