The Introduction to Gaming Audio short course provides you with a brief history to gaming audio and it also equips you with the tools to design, compose and implement your own gaming audio in a practical manner. During the course, a sample game will be demonstrated with the end task to successfully implement a tailored and personalised audio track for gameplay. The course specifically looks into topics on recording, editing, mastering (or audio sequencing), and implementation of audio material in a game world.
The short course in Computable General Equilibrium Modelling provides you with insights to decades of Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) modelling research in a unique training intervention built around the University of Pretoria’s own CGE model. These types of models have become an indispensable tool for policy makers and analysts to measure the economy-wide effects of various proposed policy changes and/ or exogenous shocks.
The Digital Forensics and Investigations short course teaches you the basic theoretical concepts, as well as the practical applications of digital forensics i.e. how to conduct digital forensic investigations. This course is designed for a wide range of people such as law enforcers, crime investigators, managers in larger organisations, technical personnel in larger organisations, and anyone else interested in a general background of digital forensics.
Unemployment is a massive challenge that has been exacerbated by the Covid-19 crisis. With 55.75% of the country's youth unemployed, more focus should be placed on how youth can enter the job market without a formal tertiary qualification to contribute positively to the country's economy.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced additional restrictions on movement and economic activity as the third wave of Covid-19 infections has gripped the country. As was expected there were additional restrictions and tightening of other limitations.
After much debate about the vaccination of employees, the Department of Employment and Labour has reached a decision.
Minister of Employment and Labour, Thulas Nxesi recently released a new gazette highlighting that employers should be reasonable and try to accommodate employees who refuse to be vaccinated for medical and constitutional grounds.