FGASA is a CATHSSETA accredited training provider for tourism guiding in South Africa.
What FGASA qualifications can I attain through Okavango Guiding School(OGS)?
- Level 1 Nature Guide
- FGASA Basic Rifle Handling
Who can become a member of FGASA?
- Anyone can become a FGASA member – for adult membership you need to be over the age of 18
Why attend an OGS FGASA course?
- Improve your knowledge of wildlife, conservation and culture
- Gain a recognised guiding qualification for South Africa
- Attain a specialist guiding qualification
How do I become a member of FGASA?
- To be done BEFORE attending an OGS FGASA course
- You can register online as a new member on the FGASA website: www.fgasa.org.za making sure to follow all the required steps for registration
- Look for it under the MEMBERSHIP “dropdown box”. Make sure you use the correct form depending on where you are from: either a South African, from Sub-Saharan Africa or an International learner from another country.
On successful completion of the application and payment of relevant fees you will receive:
- The Level 1 learner support manual pack, workbook and assessment sheets
- The nature guide learning manual
- The guiding skills manual
- A guiding log book
How do I make a payment to FGASA?
- Fees can be paid direct into the FGASA bank account