Mosaic Conservation Course (MCC) Syria 2011-2012 is a training course for restorers and conservators of mosaics from Syria’s Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums (DGAM). The course, organized by CCA, the Centro di Conservazione Archeologica di Roma was held in the Convento di San Nicola in Belmonte in Sabina, Italy, and directed by Roberto Nardi. The course is part of MOSAIKON, a project funded by the Getty Foundation and promoted by GCI, the Getty Conservation Institute, in partnership with ICCROM and ICCM, the International Committee for the Conservation of Mosaics. The MOSAIKON initiative aims to build capacity for the conservation and management of mosaics in the Mediterranean region. The course involved also regional activities at the Damascus Citadel, an important storage site for lifted mosaics. Assisted by CCA staff, participants carried out a survey of the storage area with the aim of creating an inventory and documenting the condition of the materials present. The program held in Belmonte in Sabina combined theoretical lectures with intensive laboratory practice and cultural visits to museums and archaeological sites in Italy. Laboratory practice focussed on the treatment of a Roman mosaic from the Villa del Quadraro, Rome, dating to the 3rd century A.D.