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Centre for Tourism Training and Research

Centre for Tourism Training and Research is a college under Wildlife Clubs of Kenya which was started in 1999 to meet challenges posed by the increasing demands to sustain tourism development in the Kenya.

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Whether you are a prospective student, a parent or an interested stakeholder in the tourism industry, the Centre for Tourism Training and Research (CTTR) can benefit from your involvement in our activities.

Each and every one of us shapes the tourism industry in different ways and this impacts on our training. Welcome and train with us or help us to train better.

CTTR is a training and research programme of the Wildlife Clubs of Kenya (WCK). The centre was launched in response to the challenges posed by the increasing demands of sustainable tourism development in the country as well as contributing to the career development needs of WCK student members. The diversification of tourist products and tourist circuits in Kenya will not only require appropriate and relevant marketing strategies but also competent personnel in terms of knowledge, skills and adaptability to changes.

Our training focus at CTTR is to produce such person¬nel with the research compo¬nent constantly enriching the courses and informing our overall training policy and di¬rection. Thus, work at CTTR involves training action and reflection on that action as a continuous process for us to remain a credible actor in the tourist industry.

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CTTR is also linked to Moi University, Faculty of Forest Resources and Wildlife Management and the School of Business and Management and Sarova Hotels Ltd. Training at CTTR therefore brings the best of WCK, Moi University and Sarova Hotels together. WCK’s 40 years of conservation education experience, Moi University’s scholarly expertise and Sarova’s excellent facilities join at CTTR to produce middle cadre professionals in the tourist and wildlife sector. The training has therefore a good blend of both theory and practice reflecting the backgrounds of the collaborating institutions.

Courses Offered at Centre for Tourism Training and Research

Take a look at the courses offered at Centre for Tourism Training and Research and find one that meets your needs.

Find Centre for Tourism Training and Research courses offered:-

1. Diploma in Food and Beverage (KNEC)
2. Craft in Food and Beverage (KNEC)
3. Diploma in Catering and Accommodation (KNEC)
4. Craft in Catering and Accommodation (KNEC)
5. Diploma in Tour Guiding Management (KNEC)
6. Diploma in Tour Guiding and Travels (KNEC)
7. Craft in Tour Guiding and Travels (KNEC)

Training programmes

  • Certificate in tour guiding& tour administration
  • Diploma in tourism& wildlife studies
  • Current research activities
  • Domestic tourism in protected areas
  • Population structure, habitat use and foraging patterns of yellow baboons in a human influenced environment.

Diploma in tourism and wildlife studies

The diploma in tourism and wildlife studies courses is a joint programme between Moi University (faculty of forest resources and wildlife management and tourism department) and the wildlife of Kenya (wck).

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The course aims at meeting the needs of the middle cadre professionals in the tourism and wildlife sector that is currently no longer offered in Kenya. The tourist sector is one of the most important industries in our country and this is to a large degree driven by our wildlife and other natural resources.

The special features and focus of the course is its emphasis on community oriented programmes and initiatives in wildlife management and tourism.

The production of middle cadre trained and skilled personnel in both tourism and wildlife management has not been addressed in this country.

The wildlife clubs of Kenya is Africa’s leading and founder youth conservation organization. The scholarly expertise of Moi University and the practical experience of wildlife clubs of Kenya have joined in the development of this course.

Course objectives

  • To provide students with appropriate knowledge and skills in both tourism and wildlife management for participating and advising in all matters of wildlife and tourism conservation and management.
  • To equip students with knowledge and skills in bushcraft and survival techniques.
  • To provide knowledge and skills in the management of tourism and wildlife enterprises in order to promote entrepreneurship.
  • To develop theoretical and practical skills necessary to conduct tourism and wildlife research, extension and to develop their careers.
  • To acquire, interpret and apply policies and laws for the wildlife and tourism management, conservation and utilization of wildlife enterprises and other related natural resources for community development.
  • To qualify and prepare the students for entry into a range of wildlife and tourism careers where their diverse knowledge is applicable.
  • To provide students with skills in managing human, financial, and capital resources in conservation and tourism areas.
  • To provide opportunities for career development in the wildlife and tourism sector.
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•    Diploma in Travel & Tour Guiding

Requirements

C- @ KCSE or equivalent,
KCE Division 3 or equivalent,
A Level qualification (1 principal pass or 3subsidiaries with at least a KCSED+ in KCSE
A certificate from accredited post secondary institution

•    Diploma in Tour & Travel Operations

Requirements

C- @ KCSE or equivalent,
KCE Division 3 or equivalent,
A Level qualification (1 principal pass or 3subsidiaries with at least a D+ in KCSE
A certificate from a recognized post secondary institution

Centre for Tourism Training and Research Application Form

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Centre for Tourism Training and Research Admission Requirements

Centre for Tourism Training and Research Admission Requirements varies depending on the course you want to apply.

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Centre for Tourism Training and Research Fees Structure

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Centre for Tourism Training and Research Contacts

P.O Box 20184 00200, Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: 0726214423
Email: info@ wildlifeclubsofkenya.org
Website: www.wildlifeclubsofkenya .org