We take immense pride in announcing the graduation of 35 exceptional individuals from our NQF2 Nature Site Guide program, at MORE Field Guide College.
These graduates have successfully completed their comprehensive 6-month training at both our Greater Kruger and Marataba campuses. They are now prepared to embark on a 6-month industry placement within the esteemed MORE Family Collection properties and prestigious partners in the eco-tourism industry.
“Our graduates have showcased extraordinary commitment and enthusiasm towards guiding and eco-tourism. As they begin their industry placements, we extend our best wishes and eagerly await their ongoing development and valuable contributions to the guiding field,” says Candice Grover, General Manager MORE Field Guide College.
The 23 students at the Kruger campus are part of More Community Foundations’ Community Field Guide Training Program, in partnership with the college, Timbavati Game Reserve and The Timbavati Foundation. with funding from Tshikululu Trust, through Anglo American Platinum. You can read more here.
Robert More, custodian and CEO, MORE Family Collection sent his congratulations to all and had this to say, “As we celebrate the accomplishments of our graduates, we recognise that this is just the beginning of their journey. Equipped with their well-deserved qualification and their genuine passion for nature, they are poised to become stewards of our environment, inspiring others along the way.”
Congratulations to our graduates!