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AFRICAN

BUSH TRAINING

INFORMATION & REGISTRATIONS:

Tel: +27 (0) 82 855 7159

Email: info@africanbushtraining.com


Hoedspruit, Limpopo Province, South Africa


If you want to enter the Game Lodge industry this 21-day course is probably the most valuable training program to kick-start your career……

The LODGE OPERATIONS COURSE is a unique training program exposing participants's to the different operational departments in an active lodge set-up.

Participants will get the opportunity to intensively “visit” each one of these departments on-site to gain first hand practical experience in all aspects of the daily running and the functioning of a lodge.

This course is ideal for new and existing lodge staff to sharpen their skills and get a genuine “feel” for efficient service delivery across all lodge departments as it provides for a firm foundation and experiential background on general lodge operations. During the course, participants will be presented with a proven and tested framework for effective Lodge Management Practices, Operational Procedures, Systems, Processes and Policies that can be used effectively straight after the course to run a successful safari lodge operation in Africa.

The contents of this course has been developed by industry professionals and is suitable for immediate application in any lodge set-up regardless of the size or nature of the lodge...


Student Registration:


COURSE TYPE: Full-time Training


DURATION: 21-Days


STUDENT FEE: R 26 200:00


Course Credits:


This course is accredited by the ISCI (International Students Conservation Initiative) and students qualify for the ISCI’s work placement program after the course…

Course Modules:


Housekeeping, Maintenance, Stock Control, Dealing with Guests, Customer Service, Workplace Hygiene, Porter Services, Front Of House, Serving Guests, Food & Beverage Functions, Basic Food Preparation, and much more…

LODGE OPERATIONS COURSE Do you want to work in the  African Safari Lodge industry’?