This directory can be used to find AICCM members working in private practice.
Private conservators need to be AICCM Professional Members in order to be included on the list of AICCM members in Private Practice. Professional membership is open to conservators working in public and private practice. For more information regarding Professional membership please click here. AICCM does not require professional members to carry their own insurances. However, we strongly encourage those in private practice to keep abreast of insurance changes and maintain appropriate coverage.
AICCM members in private practice self-nominate areas of expertise and are responsible for updating their own contact information. If you are commissioning conservation work, it is your responsibility to ensure that the conservator that you select has the appropriate training, expertise and insurances to undertake the work required.
For more information on appropriate professional practice, please see Need a conservator? page and read our AICCM Code of Ethics and Practice here.