The ever expanding field of Mammography has led to a need for trained professionals. Quality training and competency is critical for any radiographer who plans to pursue the specialty of mammography, as well as for those who are required to maintain a current standard of practice. Imaging modalities have seen growth and change that has revolutionised mammography over the past few years. Digital technology and its complementary modalities will continue this trend.
The Programme in Occupational Hygiene provides you with the requisite knowledge and skills to anticipate, recognise and control environmental factors and stressors that may cause adverse health effects or illness in a wide range of occupational environments and/ or settings. During the programme, you will gain invaluable insights to be able to conduct occupational health risk assessments, design occupational hygiene programmes and identify information that is required during workplace induction programmes.
The Environmental Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement short course prepares you with knowledge and insights to align company policies and objectives to current environmental legislation to ultimately minimise liabilities and interact with audit, inspection and enforcement processes. The training experience you will receive provides you with the foundation for environmental compliance, both in industry and in wildlife related human activities.
The Programme for the Commercial Property Practitioner provides you with a comprehensive training programme in property management presented in cooperation with the South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA).
Policy and decision makers need to make sound decisions on the organisation of the health service delivery system, types of interventions to be offered and the manner of service delivery needed to achieve the maximum health benefit for the public. The Health Technology Assessment Practice short course introduces the medical, social, organisational, ethical and economic implications of development, diffusion and use of health technology.
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.
This Course in Basic Geographic Information Systems short course provide you with essential theoretical and practical foundations to design a new Geographic Information Systems (GIS) project. Important skills that will be acquired during this course include: collection of data from various sources; building an integrated GIS database; analysing the data; and communicating the results. The course not only deals with the software but participants will also be able to do a GIS project using ArcGIS
Adjudication has for several years been implemented by the South African construction industry as the preferred “on-the-run” dispute resolution procedure. The South African High Courts’ robust approach to enforcing adjudicators’ decisions, typified by Mr Justice Spilg’s statement in Esor Africa (Pty) Ltd/Franki Africa (Pty) Ltd JV v Bombela Civils JV that “The court is required to give effect to the terms of the decision made by the adjudicator”, has ensured adjudication has become entrenched in South African jurisprudence.