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Training & Development


For employers, the most ambitious goal of training is to facilitate a process of changing awareness and behavior with the kind of outlook that matches the organization’s strategy.

Founded on a change agenda, Outdoors Africa recognizes that the right kind of perspective is a hard thing to cultivate, whereas workplace specific proficiencies are easier to nature.

Outdoors Africa introduces Drama Based Training as an exciting vehicle for achieving this compelling need for high quality manpower that can both anticipate and manage change.

Drawing on the skills of professional actors, writers, trainers and facilitators, we work in many areas of training and development. We enable our clients to communicate a wide range of issues and then work with them to develop the skills needed to make change work. We are ideally suited to help the individual explore the issues in a realistic and controllable way to achieve results and sustainable change.

We deliver stand alone programs focusing on skills practice and can work with you to enhance existing training programs. All our training programs are bespoke and focus on skills practice but not limited to the following areas:

  • Assessment and Development Centers
  • Conflict Management
  • Customer Service
  • Influencing and Negotiation skills
  • Management Development Programs
  • Presentation Skills
  • Sales Training

At the heart of Outdoors Africa’s training programs is the focus to provide:

Effective learning
Personal & professional development
Results & value that permeate into everyday life and the workplace

What Our Clients Say

Given the fact that managers are the drivers of the company agenda in their teams and locations, successful implementation of strategy will occur when these ‘agents of change’ become ‘switched on’ and stay focused in their role. Managers must manage and lead at the same time.
Following past successful team building facilitations and strategy training sessions for PATH, Outdoors Africa was again commissioned in an effort to support the start up phase of the HFG/K project.