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The International Students Conservation Initiative (ISCI) was brought to life through a unique partnership between people sharing the same vision and passion for Gods creation...

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Safari Ranger Internship Program

Duration: 3 Months

The SAFARI RANGER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM is the opportunity of a lifetime for individuals wanting to kick-start a career in conservation; students looking for a unique gap-year opportunity; or for those just wanting to experience the African bush.

Professional Field Guide Training

Duration: 55-Days

This all-in-one qualification course offer entry-level students the opportunity to gain all the  knowledge and skills they need to successfully enter the guiding industry as qualified guides with the confidence and competence to uphold industry standards with pride and honour.

Wildlife Monitoring & Research

Duration: 10-Days

Do you want to start a career in conservation, or make a contribution to Wildlife Protection in Africa? This foundation-phase 10 - day course will teach you the principles of wildlife research and how to monitor wilderness areas…

The INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CONSERVATION INITIATIVE developed a state-of-the-art training facility in the Northern Drakensberg Mountains of the Limpopo Province in South Africa offering students the opportunity to gain experience and knowledge in the field of conservation and wildlife management. The school, known as AFRICAN BUSH TRAINING, offer no less than 20 fully endorsed qualification courses and accredited learning programmes that was carefully designed to equip newcomers to the industry with all the skills, knowledge and experience they need to really make a contribution…


Other course and training options can be viewed on our training website at www.africanbushtraining.com

Ranger & Reserve Management

Duration: 10-Days

Follow the daily footsteps of our Conservation Management Team as they look after and manage a pristine 8000ha wilderness area in the Northern Drakensberg...this “feet-wet & hands-dirty” course has been developed to enrich conservation students with the fundamentals of wildlife management.