Prospectus 17 April 2015Prospectus 2017
Wildlife Area Management (Higher Education and Training) 17 April 2015⟶
Community, Youth Development and Access (Further Education and Training)) 18 April 2015⟶
Protected Area Integrity (Field Ranger Training) 18 April 2015Since its inception, and given the needs of the conservation industry, the Southern African Wildlife has conducted field ranger training across the African region. In line with its ethos to bring in specialist trainers to ensure students receive the most relevant and up-to-date training available, much of this training was outsourced to training partner, African Field Ranger Training Services (AFRTS) recognised as one of the most experienced and leading field ranger training outfits in Africa. This training included basic, un-armed, armed and special skills: anti-poaching training both on and off-site.
Sustainable Use and Field Guiding 20 April 2015⟶
Short Courses 19 April 2015The College offers a range of specialist short courses, either as nationally accredited learning programmes with CATHSSETA or non-accredited needs driven programmes. The short courses include a wide spectrum of wildlife management, nature-based tourism, community-based natural resource management and environmentally-related topics.
Other needs-based programmes and courses 19 April 2015
Given the challenges being faced and the changing needs of conservation organizations and the greater conservation community, the College – in partnership with various stakeholders - develops training courses to meet these needs.
Examples of these programmes include:
University Programmes 19 April 2015In addition to the full spectrum of higher and further education and training offered to field staff and mangers of protected areas, the College also offers tailor-made programmes for visiting universities on conservation and environmental issues.
On-Site Training in the Southern African Region 2 June 2016Conservation organisations across the SADC region have a high demand for training in conservation and natural resource management at all levels, from field staff to management. This demand has been addressed to some extent by the Southern African Wildlife College and other training institutions across the SADC region who play a pivotal role in equipping a new generation of conservation managers with the necessary skills to deal with the key challenges facing conservation today.