Kishugu Training offers fire risk, firefighting and management training.Kishugu Training remains grounded in the training and practical implementation of safe, cost effective fire risk, firefighting and management training. Since 2003, a total of 24,000 students have been trained and 80,000 courses completed.
Our courses focus on instilling operational principles through theoretical and practical integration during the training. All our courses are aligned with the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) and the National Qualification Framework (NQF).
Incident Managment Training
The Incident Command System (ICS) is a standardised approach to the command, control, and coordination of emergency response providing a common hierarchy within which responders from multiple agencies can be effective.
Wildland Fire Management
Climate change, the growth of communities into rural areas and the build-up of flammable vegetation have made managing fire riskier and complex. We provide training courses to help clients manage this increased risk.
Kishugu Training provide management and firefighting training courses that enable governments, forestry operators and commercial landowners to protect, prevent and manage widland and structural fires.
Structural Fire Management
Our structural fire courses focus on equipping responders with effective and efficient practices that ensure responder and public safety during structural fire incidents.
As a partner with the Working on Fire Programme, we offer a variety of skills based courses. These courses have been developed to ensure that participants attain skills suitable to their workplace.
Kishugu Training News
As the world reels from the impact of more and more unwanted wildfires, a team of dedicated facilitators in Nelspruit, Mpumalanga, is training a new army of highly skilled forestry officials to stop their world from going up in flames. Last month 14 delegates from...
In the spirit that you "give more than you take," Kishugu Training Academy spent Mandela Day helping out at the Mombela Community Clinic. "We have a longstanding relationship with the clinic," said Training Academy Manager Chris Kasayi, "So it was great to be able to...
The Mpumalanga Fire Season Opening event took place on 30 June 2017 in Mbombela, Nelspruit. This event was jointly launched by DAFF, COGTA, Working on Fire and the Mpumalanga Umbrella Fire Protection Association. The aim of the event was to bring all the stakeholders...