The Public Policy, Problem Solving and Analysis for Public Sector Managers short course aims to enhance your policy management capabilities by gaining the requisite skills and knowledge to identify, structure, assess and prioritise sectoral-specific policy issues and problems, while also mobilising resources for programme setting. Throughout the course, you will also analyse possible problems or constraints that might occur when preparing for policy formulation and implementation.
The short course in Municipal Integrated Development Planning provides you with an essential overview of the municipal development planning landscape as impacted on recently with the promulgation of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (SPLUMA) of 2013. The course introduces you to the new SPLUMA by-laws and the new roles and responsibilities of both municipalities and provincial governments in development planning.
The Public Sector Risk Management short course provides you with the knowledge of the practical and critical success areas in the implementation of effective enterprise risk management in the public sector. The course will provide opportunities for practical exercises in risk management activities and will deal with overcoming implementation failures. You will also learn how to avoid pitfalls when implementing risk management, as well as improving existing risk management practices in your organisation.
The Psychology of Meaningful Retirement short course will enable you to proactively plan for a meaningful retirement. Misconceptions and unrealistic ideas pertaining to the idea of retirement are addressed in this training session. The psychological principles and skills employed in this training session will not only enable you to mitigate the transition process from work to retirement, but will empower you to enjoy a well-balanced quality life after retirement.
Geographical Information Systems (GIS) can play a key role in helping scientists, decision-makers, and the public develop collaborative solutions to real-world problems. GIS mapping tools have become imperative for many fields, such as epidemiology, veterinary science, urban planning and environmental assessment. The Applied Geographical Information Systems short course is an introduction to a range of geospatial techniques used in the analysis of spatial data. Practical case studies are employed to help you confront real world problems and design a solution using GIS.
The Certified Rescue Analyst Programme will introduce you to the newly established rescue regime following amendments to the Companies Act 71 of 2008 with the aim to ultimately gain levels competency and proficiency in preparation for the eventual qualification of certified business rescue practitioner. The programme therefore prepares you with the knowledge of all issues relevant to the business rescue practitioner through basic theory and practice examples.
Companies need to execute their projects successfully, finish on time, within budget and deliver the required performance and quality. A failed project can impact heavily on the bottom line of the company and in the worst case lead to retrenchment, financial loss, reputation loss and even cause a takeover. The Project Risk Management online course is about determining and quantifying the uncertainties in a project, and developing controls and action plans to reduce these uncertainties to increase the chances of success.
B AND E CONFERENCE CENTRE (PTY) LTD is an all-inclusive conference and training centre which offers organized, accessible and affordabletraining space to our clients who are in the skills development and training sector.
We offer a full service including venue hire, catering, stationery, equipment hire and more, which makes us a versatile and convenient venue for our clients.
The evolving nature of society brought a growing demand for e-resources in the workplace and practitioners in the library and information management industry. Organisations and Government departments are supposed to meeting this demand by providing effective access to pertinent information resources and services. Many organisations and government departments are using digital document archiving to store securely and easily retrieve documents.
In this introductory course, we review the end-to-end process of setting up a file plan, where documentation and systems are essential to track important content of an organisation. To begin we review mechanisms to gather key information from stakeholders to design an effective plan alongside best practices which ensure that the functions, activities and classification of the plan are covered. As such, topics covered aim to ensure delegates are aware of the four main aims of a file plan; simplicity, consistency, accuracy and flexibility.
The weekly hydrological report released by the Department of Water and Sanitation shows that persistent downpours during the past weekend have yielded a slight increase in the Western Cape dam systems.
Fake news especially in the time of Covid-19 can (and does) spread like wildfire and can do just as much damage. The next time you come across information that you suspect to be fake, go through the following checklist and answer the questions before you click that share button.