Industry Specific Training

Innovation in Industrialisation

The short course in Innovation in Industrialisation presents you with lessons (particularly from East Asia) on how best to spur industrial development through innovation. The course covers topics on concepts of industrial change, innovation in industrialisation, sustainability considerations in industrialisation, lessons from Asia: Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan and the way forward for industrialisation in South Africa (Africa).

NC Pharmaceutical Sales Representation

Becoming a medical representative is the ideal career which combines your ability to interact with people while utilising your knoweldge of healthcare and science.

Intellectus Campus, incorporating The SMART Group,  is inviting 10 health, marketing or social sciences graduates to join our 1 year CHIETA accredited Learnership program, commencing shortly.   You should have your own transport and will be based in Johannesburg and surrounding areas during this time.  

Please submit your CVs to [email protected]      

The Learning Development Group

The LD Group offers innovative, flexible, and evolving learning development solutions that transform organisations and individuals.

We design, implement, and deliver services across industries, within the following specialist areas:

  • BBBEE Consulting
  • Disability Management Service and & Sensitization Training
  • Skills Development & Employment Equity Facilitation

Innovation in Industrialisation

South Africa and other African countries are facing rapid de-industrialisation at a time of unprecedented technological developments, with the emergence and convergence of new technologies such as ICTs, nanotechnology, and Artificial Intelligence (AI). It is also taking place at a time when Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows into Africa are on the rise. To attain SDG9—Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure - African countries will need to devise innovative ways to stem dis-industrialisation and effectively engage in ways of enhancing manufacturing.

Construction Contracts

The short course in Construction Contracts introduces you to the law of contracts and, more specifically, the various types of construction contracts used in the current South African construction and built environments.

Spatial Planning, Land Use Management and Urban Development Dynamics

The short course in Spatial Planning, Land Use Management and Urban Development Dynamics is specifically designed to enhance your skills and knowledge as real estate practitioner, property valuer, commercial property broker, estate agent, property developer or property financier in the wake of recent changes in development planning and infrastructure delivery bylaws. The course is ideal if you are involved in real estate or property development and often have to deal with complex processes or sometimes high-risk investment decisions on property deals.

Utilising the Target Group Index (TGI) for practical market(ing) insights

Research data can be very useful to inform decisions and choose market(ing) strategies. Yet, data available in databases such as TGI is seldom used for more than descriptive purposes. This course will refresh marketing principles and highlight the practical application of data to decide on market(ing) strategies.

Advanced Course in Union Rights and Negotiations

The Advanced Course in Union Rights and Negotiations provides you with the knowledge and insights to be able to initialise and maintain collective bargaining structures within the provisions of the Labour Relations Act 66 of 1995 (as amended). The course specifically looks at the collective bargaining process in terms of the workplace environment, organisational rights under the Act, general negotiation principles and strategies, as well as labour relations negotiations.

Online Advance Course in Neuroscience Coaching

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.

Foundation Management Programme

The Foundation Management Programme aims at equipping delegates with the knowledge and skills to integrate and synergise organisational activities on the basis of a profound understanding of the value-chain perspective.
This will enable participants optimise productivity, improve stakeholder relations, enhance service-delivery and customer satisfaction following a systematic approach in the workplace.



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