The total cost for each course does not include international travel cost between the participant’s home country and the course venue.
All delegates are advised to budget appropriately for any medical contingency that may arise.
Participants must ensure that they have a valid passport and appropriate Visas before travelling to the course venue.
It is advised that participants arrive in Swaziland at least a day before the beginning of the course. It is important to start early preparations towards securing passports, applicable visas, travel health and accident insurance, as well as any clearances that you may need.
If you are from a yellow fever-mapped zone, you may need to process a valid yellow fever certificate. Most SADC member countries, as well as citizens of most of Commonwealth countries, do not require a visa prior to departure to Swaziland.
In most cases, visas are issued at the point of entry. If you are not sure whether or not you need a visa, please contact us for further clarifications and procedures.
We will assist you in confirming your return trip.
We strongly recommend that delegates purchase a health and accident insurance from their local travel agents, where they will be purchasing their return air ticket or from an appropriate insurance company.
Development Training International (Dti) will NOT be responsible for health cover, loss of life, accident, illness or loss of property, theft or any other circumstantial eventuality.