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Centre Life

ARLAC being an intergovernmental organisation has a multicultural environment and this multiplicity enhances the learning experience.  Integral to this multicultural environment is respect and tolerance in relation to differences in race, colour, gender, religion, political opinion, national extraction or social origin, physical abilities, sexual orientation, age.


Accommodation & Food Services

  • ARLAC has refurbished lecture rooms complete with video conferencing equipment and projectors;
  • Breakout rooms for group work activities or smaller activities
  • High speed broadband internet connection;
  • Computer lab
  • Information Centre/Special Library


Sports & Recreation

ARLAC does not currently have facilities and equipment for ball games and other sporting activities but has adequate grounds for walking and jogging. There is no limit to the number of cardio exercises that participants can enjoy while keeping fit during their stay at ARLAC


Student Health

ARLAC requires participants to obtain medical insurance cover for the duration of their stay prior to travelling to Zimbabwe. ARLAC staff are trained in basic first aid and  maintains a well-stocked first aid box. Participants requiring more than this will be referred for further management. Participants with chronic conditions are required to carry their prescribed medication.


Spiritual Life

ARLAC endeavours to support the vocation of the trainees by tending matters of the heart and spirit and providing resources that enable men and women to grow into a deeper spiritual maturity. The Centre seeks to create an atmosphere, among trainees and staff, where the following values are cherished:

  • Truthfulness
  • Accountability
  • Responsibility
  • Righteousness
  • Tolerance

Trainees can request the use of breakaway rooms for quiet meditation.



  • national police officers responsible for security;
  • prior authorisation for any guests brought onto the campus;
  • no smoking inside buildings;
  • zero tolerance for any form of harassment; and
  • fire safety rules and evacuation plans announcements are made during the activities and are supported by posters strategically located throughout the premises.

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