Our vision statement is to spread the IHAWU network to all available respondents, including learners, consumers and retailers as well as strive to become one of the leading brands in the South African firearm industry.
Our Mission Statement Our mission is to create a change in the knowledge, skills and attitude of all persons involved with the IHAWU network by providing quality products and value for money within the firearm industry. Values IHAWU places its values of integrity, service, and value for money. A high level of integrity and efficiency is demanded of all IHAWU personnel during their daily activities. Business goals & objectives The goals and objectives of IHAWU are to increase the level of quality and service already provided and furthermore, to physically develop each individual facet of the company.
Growth Strategy IHAWU continues to grow by continually adding products to its product line and developing and adding additional training courses relevant to the needs of its clients.
Quality Policies - SAPS Training 4000059 - SAPS Range & Provider 3000031 - SASSETA 04190400186 - Dealers License 100084 - Manufacturers License 252 - Institution Code 17239 - PSIRA 0835643 - GUNSMITHING Licence721 - Transporters Permit TR4274853 - SASA Gold Member 999258 - National Key Point Provider: 6014630 – not training currently - National Key Point Instructors: R Hopper 42969 / T Nxumalo 42968
We at IHAWU TRAINING CENTRE are committed to ensuring the expedient training of all persons wishing to own and use a firearm under the new legislation. "Our Trainers" have Internationally recognized qualifications, and our facilities are fully accredited by:
SAPS SAPS4000059 Training Provider
SAPS SAPS3000031 Range
SASSETA 041904001186 Training Provider
Range SABS AZC 2004/21 Range
IHAWU TRAINING CENTRE is designed to give the learner every opportunity to accomplish the outcomes-based requirements of the SAQA Unit Standards. The classrooms are comfortable, not overcrowded and conducive to a relaxed and yet professional approach to the task at hand. The course prices include all study and exam material, ear and eye protection and the ammunition required to complete the initial assessment. Should the learner be found not yet competent, a further assessment will be conducted after coaching, which we can provide at a normal charge. The only charge for further assessment will be for the ammunition used. This course is usually run over 3 days. Assessment will take place at the end of the course. An ability to communicate in English at the level of NQF 3 (Standard 8) is required. Copies of evidence of this must be submitted on booking this course. All learners to submit a certified copy of their ID document as well. Please bring a black pen and paper with you. Lunch is available on request for R20.00 per person. All courses must be booked and paid for in advance. Regrettably, a cancellation fee will be charged for non-attendance.