The Bermuda Blue Flag Ambassador Course (TDS CUST10)

Programme Overview

This 4-hour course is all about our people, our culture, and our history. Dating back to the 60s, this course started out as a programme for tour drivers to provide them with the knowledge to service our visitors. After undergoing a substantial remake in the 2000s, this course on Bermuda’s engaging history since the 1500s, our unique and evolving culture, and our ever fascinating people, not only attracts participants throughout the Hospitality Industry but those just curious about what made us who we are today. This Bermuda Tourism Authority-endorsed course can be conducted online and in-person. Join the thousands of satisfied Ambassadors who have already taken it!

Spring 2024

SECA1: 9:00am - 1:00pm (Tuesday)
January 30th $105


SECA2: 9:00am - 1:00pm (Tuesday)
February 27th $105


SECA3: Distance Education: 9:00am - 1:00pm (Tuesday)
March 26th $105


SECA4: 9:00am - 1:00pm (Tuesday)
April 30th $105


Kamila Bean
Mikkail Crockwell    |   BC ALUMNI
Programme - Associate of Arts (Business Administration)
Thomas College - Class of 2014 - B.SC (Management)


Loyalty Transport Services  |   CEO 

"I was young and not too interested in College, but I knew I would need some form of post-secondary education to survive in Bermuda's economy. I entered into the business programme at Bermuda College because that's what everyone else was doing, and I knew that our economy was heavily reliant on local and international business.

Once I started, I realised that I was capable of so much more than I thought I was, based on my interactions with the faculty and staff. They were communicative, empathetic, and I began making meaningful connections and friendships. For me, it was more about finding myself than taking classes, and the teachers understood that. Mrs. Parsons, my accounting teacher, was wonderful and made sure I kept my head above water when I needed assistance the most.

Bermuda College helped me step outside my comfort zone and learn how to become a leader for myself first. I recognise that you only lose once you quit."

In his own words...