The Online Advanced Certificate in Neuroscience Coaching short course aims to develop and enhance knowledge on exercise science and to provide advanced personal trainers with essential information on exercise physiology, biomechanics, anatomy, motor learning and nutrition. To validate and improve practices like coaching, teaching, talent development and performance improvement, it has to be grounded in neuroscience to ensure better efficiency, accuracy and results.
The Online Course in Food Microbiology will not only provide you with an in-depth understanding of the general principles of microbiology – with a specific focus on microorganisms and the intrinsic and extrinsic factors that affect their growth in food – but you will also be equipped with the practical skills and knowledge of its application in the food industry and the prevention of contaminants in food production and/or preservation.
Presented by a world authority on innovation management and practical application of innovation methodology in manufacturing, services and supply chain organizations, Prof Adegoke Oke (BEng., MBA, PhD) will provide delegates with insights into identifying and implementing innovative ideas, as well as fostering new and existing business relationships. The course combines theory with practice with the goal of equipping the delegate with a toolbox to handle a broad range of innovation-related issues.
The short course in Seed Science will provide you with a good working knowledge of seed physiology and technology (including seed vigour, dormancy, storage and enhancement) and is specifically aimed at seed analysts, scientists and employees of seed production companies.
As we travel through the challenges of 2020, with stress high, demand on creativity higher and cost-saving most probably highest of all, the smart choice is definitely to stay in the loop with Super Sessions.
The Unemployment Insurance Fund has to date distributed R40-billion in COVID-19 Temporary Employee Relief Scheme payments to help ease the economic impact of the national lockdown on South Africa’s affected workers.