UK Natural History Training

There has never been a greater need to document, monitor and understand changes in the UK's wildlife.

Yet the number of people with the skills to survey and accurately identify species, handle and preserve reference specimens, and share their skills with others is declining.

The Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity is developing a range of training offers to help you build your skills in identifying and recording UK wildlife. Over the coming months you will find a programme of training using experts from the Museum and our collections posted here, check back soon for further details. 

Online training portal

If you are enrolled on one of our workshops, you will find information relating to your course, including expansion material on our online moodle training platform. To log in click here.

For more information about training, please email us.

Identification Trainers for the Future

Read about our 2014-2018 lottery-funded training programme and its legacy.

Digital nature journal

Save what you've seen in nature, your way, with the Museum’s free digital nature journal.