Dr Caroline Dunmore is course director on the Westminster Tour Guiding course at the University of Westminster, and a visiting lecturer on the MA in Heritage Studies at the University of East London.
Caroline’s academic qualifications include an MA in the history of art (Courtauld Institute of Art), an MA in museum and gallery management (City University) and a PhD in the history and philosophy of mathematics (King’s College London). She was a Research Fellow for three years at the University of Oxford, where she taught an undergraduate course in mathematical logic.
Caroline’s professional qualifications include Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, a Certificate in Learning and Development Practice (CIPD), a Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring in Management (ILM) and a Postgraduate Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology (UEL). Caroline was previously Head of Learning and Development at a major financial services organisation and is currently Researcher Development Manager at one of the new universities in London.
The Westminster Tour Guiding course is a one-year evening class at the University of Westminster leading to membership of the City of Westminster Guide-Lecturers Association. In December 2013 Caroline received an award for the course from the Association for Tourism in Higher Education. To find out more about the Westminster Tour Guiding course:
- Read comments on the course from former students.
- See the course information on the University of Westminster’s website.
- Read about the award that the course has received from the ATHE.
- Hear Caroline talking about the course on a podcast from PodAcademy.
- Go to the Links page to find out about the guiding activities of Caroline’s students.