Join our online learning community and choose from wildlife courses that are certified, diverse and interesting. Our online wildlife courses are perfect for anyone who is interested in nature, whether you enrol in a course in preparation for your conservation experience in the field, or as a stand-alone learning opportunity to boost your knowledge or even your CV. With course options ranging from Human-Wildlife Conflict to Capture, and Care and Management of Wildlife to Digital Wildlife Photography, we’ve got something for everyone.Read More →

If you’re considering pursuing a career in conservation or committed to increasing your knowledge of wildlife, our Game Ranger (Field Guide) Training Course, accredited by the Field Guides Association of Southern Africa is ideal. This 10 week intensive course focuses on coaching and developing the learners with the necessary guiding skills to be competent to enter the safari industry at an introductory level as a safari field guide.Read More →

Achieve a certificate in Wildlife Management on completion of our 10 week Wildlife Management Course. Learn about conservation and the natural environment and how to apply basic conservation principles to wildlife management operations. Ecotourism has now become the fastest growing industry in South Africa, overshadowing the country’s biggest source of income; gold. This is your opportunity to enter a niche field of work, or simply add more depth to your wildlife knowledge.Read More →

Our Conserving Great White Sharks programme will suite anyone who loves the ocean, marine wildlife, shark fanatics, whale enthusiasts(seasonally) and people who want to learn more about how Ecotourism benefits conservation. Volunteers from all over the world can enjoy the opportunity to experience unique marine related projects in the biodiversity rich environment of the Greater Dyer Island area, Gansbaai, South Africa and gain exposure with various marine species, including but not limited to Great White Sharks, Southern Right Whales(seasonal), Dolphins and many marine bird species such as the endangered African Penguin.Read More →