The Top Tourist Guide School in Cape Town
Start your government approved and accredited tour guiding career at
LIVINGSTONE TOURIST GUIDE ACADEMY
Your South African Tourism Guide success begins with our Training and Expertise
Register now for our 2017 guiding courses!
For over 20 years tourism guide training in South Africa is our pride and passion.Livingstone Tourism Academy is fully accredited by CATHSSETA (Culture, Art, Tourism, Hospitality and Sport Education and Training Authority of South Africa).
We offer full time and part time courses. After our training you will be able to show and explain visitors places of interest, such as Cape Town’s and the Western Cape’s historic buildings, gardens, religious sites, museums, monuments and art galleries. If you’re good at public speaking, and you are interested in history and arts, this will be the ideal profession for you. The number of tourists visiting South Africa is growing as you can see in our Info graphic and good Tourist Guides are needed desperately.
NEW: Add value to your qualification with our Tourist Guide Wine Course.
Employers, Tour operators and Tourists will ask for your CATHSSETA accreditation obtained from Livingstone Academy. Our courses in tourist guiding will enable you to provide the skills and knowledge of a Top Guide in Cape Town, the Western Cape and South Africa.
To become a CULTURE SITE TOUR GUIDE (LEVEL 4 SAQA ID: TGD/CulSGd/4/0031, Western Cape Province Regional Guide)
the prescribed unit standards must be achieved as well as the embedded knowledge of the various areas.
After the two-week course and the first written examination, you will qualify as a Culture Site Guide and will be
able to guide in the first five sub regions. More details about the tourist guide course. Livingstone is now offering Wine courses for Tour Guides. Learn about South African wines and be enabled to tell Tourists more about this important industry.
What does a Tourist Guide do?
Tour guides are responsible for informing and entertaining visitors. They must be well-educated in the subjects they are discussing. Guides can work in a variety of settings, including museums, historical landmarks, self-employed or with a travel company. They must select the most important and interesting information about the subject and present it to the visitors in a simple, yet appealing, way. Tour guides keep their assigned groups comfortable and stimulated over the whole time.
Read the Cathsseta Tourist Guide Brochure HERE
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Testimonials for Livingstone Tour Guide Academy
Dear Tour Guides, Dear Jeanette, Dear Jacques,
thank you to All of you.
It was an Honor, a Pleasure and lots of Fun to be part of this group.
I want to wish you all well and the best for your future in the Tourism Industry.
To Jacques and Jeanette I want to say a huge huge huge THANK YOU.
For your hard work, excellent knowledge and patience.
You Guys ROCK !