The College has since its inception conducted training across the SADC region and has also trained people in other African and International countries.
Some of the major training projects in which the College has been involved:
- Training within Mozambique for the new Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park (GLTP) (2001)
- Training Provider to the INTAC project – Training of 400 learners in conservation and guiding (2003)
- Simultaneously, training 34 women from 9 different African countries in basic field ranging skills. Training of women in conservation is ongoing.
- Training 100 field rangers as part of a Game Rangers Association of Africa (GRAA) project funded by Liberty Wildlife Foundation (2003)
- 205 beneficiaries from GLTP trained on accredited skills programs (General Assistant and Field Ranger), funded by the Flemish government (2008/09)
- Limpopo National Skills Fund (NSF) project to train 201 unemployed learners in Natural Resource Management (certificate) – NQF Level 5 (2009)
- Liberty Wildlife Foundation funded training – over 400 field rangers trained.
- Field Ranger Anti-poaching training across various provinces/national and provincial parks (on-going)
- Training of 220 unemployed youth as general assistants and field/farm rangers. This forms part of an initiative by the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform who through the National Youth Service Corps (NARYSEC) are recruiting and developing rural youth to be paraprofessionals who will provide community service. (2012/2013)
- Close involvement with other local community projects, including a Women’s Empowerment Projects which has seen local community members trained in, amongst others, maintenance, building and thatching skills.