Technical Training

Environmental Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement (Blended)

The Environmental Compliance Monitoring and Enforcement is a 6-week mixed-mode (i.e. Internet supported as well as face-to-face) course designed to prepare 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.
 
Environmental legislation seeks to protect our natural resources and, during this course, you will acquire the know-how to optimally interact with laws and regulations to ensure sustainability.

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.

Railway Technology for Executives

The Railway Technology for Executives provides middle- and senior management teams, as well as non-technical professionals and senior technical professionals in railway operations, with a condensed, introductory training opportunity and exploration into the multidisciplinary concepts of railway engineering. The aim of the course is to develop and expand your understanding – and then subsequently aid the implementation – of these concepts in your daily operational management tasks.

Track Geotechnology Course

The Track Geotechnology Course provides you with a refresher and overview of geology, track loading and the fundamentals of soil mechanics as applicable in railway engineering, with specific reference to aspects of earthworks, subgrade, ballast and drainage. As railway engineer or technologist, this course will enable you to apply a sound working knowledge of soil fundamentals and its multilayered track substructure to the construction and maintenance of an operational railway track. You will also gain practical skills through the presentation of real-world cases.

Mine Closure and Land Rehabilitation

The short course in Mine Closure and Land Rehabilitation provides you with an overview of the requirements for integrated mine closure planning, focusing on the legal requirements, general opportunities and threats and practical examples. The course aims to provide you with current information on legislative requirements and government expectations in mine closure. During the course, you will be presented with a structured approach to assist you in planning for the closure of mining operations.

Railway Infrastructure Maintenance Management

The Railway Infrastructure Maintenance Management short course will introduce you to the general principles of railway infrastructure maintenance and the management thereof, as applied to the fields of track, traction power supply, signalling and rail-bound telecommunications, as well as its integration into a multidisciplinary approach.

Health, Environment & Safety in Facilities Management (Gauteng)

The training programme covers the fundamentals of general facilities management in a practical way.  The focus areas include an overview of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHAct) and some of its implications, emergency and contingency planning and the basics of asset management and building maintenance.

Health, Environment & Safety in Facilities Management (Cape Town)

The training programme covers the fundamentals of general facilities management in a practical way.  The focus areas include an overview of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHAct) and some of its implications, emergency and contingency planning and the basics of asset management and building maintenance.

Procurement & Contract Management in Facilities Management

This training programme empowers managers of facilities to understand the importance of procurement in a facilities management environment, bidding processes and gain a holistic understanding of the element of facilities management suppliers that deliver, products and services.  The course further assists procurement managers to understand contract management principles and prepare service level agreements.

Facilities Maintenance: Handyman Training

This five day skills training programme covers three days of theoretical classroom training and two days of practical workshop application.  The programme focusses on key trade skills expected from a Handyman and prepares him / her for a professional maintenance service that is client focussed.

The focus is on general, civil, construction and electrical maintenance and includes a “mentor” pack of activities to be performed in the workplace.  The delegate is required to complete a portfolio of evidence for competency sign off.

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