Tracker Certification

Creating employment opportunities for trackers provides cultural, social and economic benefits to local communities. The employment of trackers will also help to retain traditional skills that may otherwise be lost in the near future.

A New Perspective

The CyberTracker Tracker Certification was initiated by Louis Liebenberg in 1994 in the Thornybush Nature Reserve in the Greater Kruger National Park and in 1995 in the southern Kalahari with the #Khomani San community.

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Tracker Certification and Observer Reliability

The CyberTracker Universal Tracker Certification covers the fundamental principles of tracking as well as the finer details and sophisticated aspects of tracking. This is done on an individual basis, depending on the level of each candidate.

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Why “CyberTracker”?

The name "CyberTracker" refers to the combination of indigenous tracking skills (Tracker) with modern technology (Cyber). CyberTracker combines technology and human expertise in a way that has been recognised internationally as unique and ground-breaking.

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Why We Need Tracker Certification

Creating employment opportunities for trackers provides cultural, social and economic benefits to local communities. The employment of trackers will also help to retain traditional skills that may otherwise be lost in the near future.

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