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ss Great Britain and the Quality Badge Rhian Tritton Director of Museum and Educational Services ss Great Britain Trust What is ss Great Britain? Brunel’s most famous ship, berthed in the dry dock in Bristol where she was built Accredited museum, with collection of 45,000 objects

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ss great britain and the quality badge

ss Great Britain and the Quality Badge

Rhian Tritton

Director of Museum and Educational Services

ss Great Britain Trust

what is ss great britain
What is ss Great Britain?
  • Brunel’s most famous ship, berthed in the dry dock in Bristol where she was built
  • Accredited museum, with collection of 45,000 objects
  • Registered charity
  • Independent, no funding from local or central government
  • Visitor attraction
19 th july 1970
19th July 1970

Arriving Home

ss great britain phase 1
ss Great Britain: phase 1
  • £11.3 million project
  • “Relaunch” 2005
  • Ship berthed in dry dock
  • Ship interiors recreated, based on known facts
  • Museum in original dockyard building
15 awards so far including
15 awards so far, including…
  • Gold Winner: ALVA Best Large Visitor Attraction of the Year 2007
  • RIBA/Crown Estate Special Award for Conservation 2007
  • The Gulbenkian Prize for Museum of the Year 2006
  • Museum and Heritage Award for Excellence 2006 - for Restoration/Conservation
  • South West Tourism Excellence Awards: Large Visitor Attraction of the Year 2006
  • Association for Heritage Interpretation: 2006 Interpret Britain and Ireland Award
  • Sandford Award for Heritage Education, 2008
15 awards so far including11
15 awards so far, including…
  • Gold Winner: ALVA Best Large Visitor Attraction of the Year 2007
  • RIBA/Crown Estate Special Award for Conservation 2007
  • The Gulbenkian Prize for Museum of the Year 2006
  • Museum and Heritage Award for Excellence 2006 - for Restoration/Conservation
  • South West Tourism Excellence Awards: Large Visitor Attraction of the Year 2006
  • Association for Heritage Interpretation: 2006 Interpret Britain and Ireland Award
  • Sandford Award for Heritage Education, 2008
so why bother with the quality badge
So why bother with the Quality Badge?
  • Forward-thinking organisation
  • Award triangulation; reinforcement
  • Development for staff and volunteers
  • Counts with grant providers
  • Credibility with teachers
the sef how was it for us
The SEF: how was it for us?
  • Straightforward
  • Exposed areas for development
  • Team-building
  • Positive for volunteers
impact of having the quality badge
Impact of having the Quality Badge
  • Local and regional publicity
  • Morale within the team and wider organisation
  • Impact on Trustees
  • Raises profile amongst other providers
contact details
Contact details

Rhian Tritton, Director of Museum and Educational Services

0117 9260680

07920 863432

[email protected]

www.ssgreatbritain.org

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