For those thinking of taking up paid or voluntary employment guiding visitors around a single site, e.g. religious building, museum, zoo, art gallery, wildlife centre, historic house and garden, or a restricted single route tour, e.g. by boat, land-train

A White Badge course needs to have a minimum of 28 hours of contact time supplemented by private study and will often run part-time over 2-3 months. It is assessed by a written paper and practical guiding exam on the site.

Training courses are generally organised by the specific sites. At the end you will be examined by an Institute Examiner and awarded a White Badge on successful completion of the course.

A list of current courses can be found here.

Clifton Suspension Bridge Learning Team