Since its inception in 2004, ATHAR Centre implemented a variety of courses on different topics:
ATHAR courses and workshops emphasize progressive development of methods and approaches for the protection and enhancement of cultural heritage in the region. They often focus on field activities, ensuring that the programme is rooted in the realities of the field while responding to the identified priority needs and approaches that can be applied to real-world examples.
2012: Conservation and Management of Heritage: Sites and Museum Collections (CRC4), Sharjah, United Arab Emirates and Doha, Qatar.
2011: Conservation of Organic Materials in Heritage Sites and Collections, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
2010: Documentation of Heritage Sites in the Arab Region, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
2010: ATHAR-MOSAIKON: Conservation and Management of Mosaics on Archaeological Sites, Tyre, Lebanon.
2009: Conservation of stone and earthen structures, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
2008: Architectural conservation, Jerusalem.
2008: Conservation of heritage sites in the Arab region (CRC3), Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
2007: Architectural conservation, Istanbul, Turkey.
2007: Conservation of heritage sites in the Arab Region (CRC2), Amman, Jordan.
2006: Documentation and management of heritage sites in the Arab Region, Umm Qais, Jordan and Bosra, Syria.
2005-2006:Conservation of archaeological sites (CRC1), Tripoli and Byblos, Lebanon.
2005:Heritage site management, Bosra and Damascus, Syria.