The structure of the course is divided into five main modules (acumen) which we believe to be the building blocks for success: physical, natural, social, business and technical acumen. In all cases, resident professionals, as well as guest instructors are utilised to offer the young men training which is both practical and current. 


During the programme real life situations manifest themselves and these are normally last minute. Questors are given the opportunity to design and implement procedures from safety procedures to organisational structures. Ensuring that any changes necessary are implemented on the spot to ensure a smooth delivery of the task at hand.


Examples could be a veld fire in Quiet Waters, animals which have been snared in a poachers snare or some other environmental disaster.

This is known as learning by rote, or learning by doing and is the prime building block on which Quest is built.


Physical Acumen


Health & Fitness

Medical Emergency Course



Social Acumen

Career & Life Management

Interests & Skills


Hospitality & Catering

Public Speaking

Culinary skills

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Natural Acumen

Hunting and Guiding Industries

Animal Husbandry/ Game Farming


Fauna and Flora

Equine Industry

Fish farming/  Aquatic Conservation

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Business Acumen

Introduction to Business and Business Strategy

Finance and Accounts


Leadership in Business

Human Resource Management

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Technical Acumen

Safety in the workplace




Architecture and Design




Media Acumen

Writing for business

Writing for journalism

Photography and editing


Basic web design and analytics

Introduction to Cyber Security

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Quest Africa, Esigodini

Matabeleland South, Zimbabwe

* +263 (0) 77 644 5812

We look forward to hearing from you about the courses that we have at Quest


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