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2005

There were 5 students on this course. There had originally been 6 but one of them had to postpone his attendance until the following course due to delays in obtaining a visa from the relevant authorities. ( This is a good lesson for all those...

There were 6 students on the course, 2 from South Africa and 4 from overseas. All 6 students came on the course because they wanted to try and do something with their qualification from a professional aspect and so teaching them has been a real...

We only had 5 students on this course and all of them were from overseas, 4 of them from the UK and 1 from Tanzania. Brian had already been working as a guide in Tanzania for a few years and so had a bit of...

This course had a full compliment of 8 students. Only one week before the course began though we had three vacancies still available. I have to admit I was very relieved to get all three bookings on the Monday prior to the start of the...

Once again we had 7 students on the course. We had our first black students as well which was fantastic. One of them was from the local town and was sponsored by his company, Basambilu Lodge,to attend the course. Sadly neither of them made the...