At Don Bosco Technical College we are offering a Wildlife Management Course which is affiliated to the Zimbabwe National Park. In the near future the college will be offering Tourism and Hospitality Management.

The course is designed to develop a Wildlife Practitioners with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to satisfy the needs of Wildlife Management and related industries. The course duration is covered in one year, offered on a full time and part time basis. Assessment is through continuous assessment, practical and theory examination. The programme considers gender mainstreaming, environment for the sustainable development, physical or mental challenges, health dispositions and the intersections between race, class and culture.

Below are the requirements and modules.


National Foundation Certificate (1 year)

  • Wildlife Ecology
  • Wildlife Management
  • Paramilitary Skills
  • Law Enforcement and Legislation
  • Basic Communication
  • Infrastructure Development

Open entry – no certificates required


National Certificate (1 year)

  • Wildlife Ecology
  • Wildlife Management
  • Paramilitary Skills
  • Law Enforcement and Legislation
  • Introduction to Computers
  • Introduction to Statistics
  • Infrastructure Development
  • Business Administration
  • National and Strategic Studies
  • Entrepreneurs Skills Development
  • On-the-Job Training

Entry Requirement

  • 5 ordinary level including Mathematics, English and any science subject
  • National Foundation Certificate level – does not require O’Level passes
  • National Certificate – 5 O’Level passes including Mathematics
  • Appropriate dress code for practicals (closed shoes + trousers + hats)

Tour Guiding (6 month)

  • Habits and Habitats
  • Law
  • Firearms
  • General Paper
  • Canoe Guiding (optional)

Open entry – no certificates required