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  • Cultivating the Custodians of our Natural Heritage

    I often remember the words of my wonderful friend, companion and mentor, Magqubu Ntombela, as we toiled up the hills in the hot sun Mfolozi Game Reserve. "We are doing the work of God", he would say. "And our reward will come when people realise how important our national parks and game reserves really are....Dr Ian Player, Internationally renowned conservationist...Read more

  • Wildlife Guardian Programme

    In response to the current rhino poaching crisis in South Africa, a joint proposal between the Southern African Wildlife College (SAWC) and the Game Ranger’s Association of Breitling Replica Watches Africa (GRAA) gave  rise to the Wildlife Guardian Programme. This programme...Read more

  • Conservation and Environmental Bridging Programme

    It is essential for future leaders in conservation to be identified within the school system at an early stage and to be exposed to appropriate training opportunities. This programme is aimed at historically disadvantaged school leavers....Read more

  • Enterprise Development/New Venture Creation

    The future of South Africa's economy does not only lie in the formal sector, but also within the informal SMME sector. This is a growing part of South Africa's economy and requires substantial focus from a developmental perspective. It is essential that communities benefit ...Read more

  • Community Rangers Programme

    Many of our wilderness areas are under the growing threat of increasing population growth, sprawling urbanisation, deepening poverty, encroaching land use, poaching and the unsustainable exploitation of natural resources. It for this reason that...Read more

  • The Sustainable Utilisation Programme – PH Course

    The programme is designed to empower persons from historically disadvantage backgrounds to access an employment sector which, according to the Department of Environmental Affairs, is responsible for making an extremely valuable contribution to the economy...Read more

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COURSE FEES

 HIGHER AND ADVANCED CERTIFICATE PROGRAMMES

 The course fee for the Higher Certificate or Advanced Certificate is supported by the student's organisation together with bursaries provided via our "Adopt-a-Student" learner legacy programme. These fees are then further subsidised by Peace Parks Foundation. (Total course fees - R130,000)

This fee is inclusive of the following course costs:

Tuition fees

Meals & Accommodation while at the SAWC campus

Learning materials

Field excursions during contact blocks at the SAWC campus

The following is not included in the course fees unless sponsored/specified by the donor: Incidental and personal expenses such as refreshments, telephones, faxes, photocopying, internet use, writing pads, pens, pencils, printing, clip-board paper, toiletries (towels and soap etc), medical treatment, transport to and from the College, and any other costs which students may incur individually.  The College is not responsible for these incidental costs incurred by students.  No credit or accounts will be available.  All purchases by students at the College will be strictly on a cash basis. 

Course fees are payable to the SAWC by the end of the first semester of the academic year.

 

FURTHER EDUCATION - NATIONAL CERTIFICATE AND LEARNERSHIPS

 

Course Fees are available on request as they differ from  programme to programme and on the number of students enrolled on each course.

 

 

SKILLS PROGRAMMES AND SHORT COURSES

Course Fees are available on request as they differ from  programme to programme and on the number of students enrolled on each course.

 

CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION BRIDGING COURSE

Bursaries are available to selected students. A subsidized course fee of R45,000 is payable for candidates that enrol privately.

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