• Mar 09, 2013


Being a well-established institution in Botswana, we are proud to be considered as partner in various projects with organizations like the World Bank. In 2013, we signed a 3-years contract with the Wold Bank for a project in liaison with the Department of Wildlife and National Parks under the theme “Northern Botswana Human Wildlife Coexistence Project”, whereby over 200 young adults from remote areas had been identified and sent to our college to be trained in hospitality and tourism courses such as Professional Guides and Lodge Management. The vast majority of those students found permanent employment in the industry after completing their courses.

In 2015, we have been awarded with a contract with the Centre for the Development of Enterprise (CDE – an EU sponsored organization) in liaison with the Tsodilo Management Authority and Tsodilo Community Development Trust. In this first batch, we train about 20 young adults from the community in various courses ranging from Front Office, Guides, Accountants, Human Resources, Chefs and Waiters to help them better run and manage the Tsodilo Heritage Site.

We are also cooperating with smaller regional organizations such as Khwai Development Trust to train their community members to cope with the demand in the industry.
We are proud to have been awarded with an 18-month project sponsored by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) which has started in September 2015 to train 60 young adults from remote areas.