Talks and Activities

Responsible Resource Use

Course ID
Conservation Course
Natural Resource Management
Campus, Webinar

The Southern African Wildlife College customised Conservation Courses offer the opportunity for the exchange of dialogue around today’s most prevalent conservation issues experienced in Southern Africa. They aim to share understanding and experiences on the most contemporary conservation issues of today. 

Courses can be tailor-made to match the time constraints, budgets and the curricula for university or school group with various topic or themes of interest presented by highly qualified and experienced subject matter expertise within our various training departments and region. These subject matter expertise provide talks and activities and can be viewed within the categories below. Tours through the Lowveld region of South Africa to places of interest are also tailored to fit well with the below themes to give student groups the most value and learning exposure in their study abroad visit to South Africa. 

Available talk topics: 

  • Ageing, behaviour & reproduction of the African Elephant
  • Behaviour, sex determination and aging of Leopards
  • The history and impacts of Wildlife Diseases in the African landscape
  • The South African Model: History of economics and ownership of wildlife
  • Importance of Genetic Sustainability
  • International pressure threatens the hunting industry
  • Community Wildlife Conflict and Interactions
  • Value of wildlife today in Africa
  • Understanding the behaviour of species
  • Mega-Herbivores
  • Wildlife Damage Control & Wildlife Electric Fencing
  • Herder for Health and regeneration agriculture