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2004

The course started of with 7 students from all across the globe. Unfortunately one student dropped out of the course half way through for personal reasons deciding that guiding probably wasn’t their right career at this stage of their life. 4 of the group passed...

This course was only attended by 5 students unfortunately. However the course was still extremely successful and all but one of the students got through. The students were from all over the world as always and most of them were around the thirty something mark. From...

Our May course started off with only 7 students, again from all parts of the globe. Their ages varied from 18 up to 50. On the second day of the course though a telephone call from an interested student resulted in the numbers increasing to...

There were 6 students again on this course, varying in ages from school leavers to 40-something. They all made it through the course successfully but the one student however did not manage to get through the FGASA exam at the end of the course. The game...

We managed to get out and about on the Wednesday using the smaller roads around the reserve but we found these all flooded and the small tributaries were all flowing. It all made for a memorable experience for the students and gave them an introduction...