To provide learners with the competencies required to engage in the processes and inter-relationships across the supply chain so as to create sustainable value for organisations. This qualification is aimed at overcoming the traditional functional approach to operations and management, and at fostering supply chain integration to the advantage of all stakeholders.
The Chamber of Mines Geotechnical Engineering Practitioner Theory (Paper 1 Preparation) short course provides you with a general theoretical background of basic rock mechanics as applicable to all types of mining in preparation of the Chamber of Mines competence examination. Focusing on surface and underground mining, the course covers the syllabus of Paper 1 in order to gain a better understanding of the themes of stress and strain, constitutive behaviour, rock properties, stress in rock and rockmasses, as well as rockmass properties.
The Management of Continuously Welded Rails short course will provide you with an in-depth understanding of the basic principles and management of continuously welded rails, with a strong focus on balancing theory and practical application. Throughout this course, you will be exposed to topics on rail forces and track loading, rail manufacturing, rail welding and failures, vertical and horizontal stability, rail breaks, kick-outs and destressing, among others.
The Railway Safety Investigation short course will provide you with the required skills in initiating, conducting and reporting on an investigation into railway occurrences. With a view to identify safety deficiencies and propose remedial action to prevent future occurrences, you will be exposed to a systematic approach in the investigation of train safety incidents, as well as the vehicle, infrastructure and operational aspects needed for the safe and orderly operation of any railway system.
This Programme in Strata Control programme offers you contact sessions with a specialist in the field, allowing focused time on the module content without work related obligations. Practical knowledge and experience are shared during these sessions, allowing peer-to-peer learning. Problem areas and typical complex topics will be discussed as knowledge transfer is promoted.
The short course in the Introduction to Multidisciplinary Concepts in Railway Engineering is ideal for a professional from any engineering discipline who already has reasonable (or intention to gain) experience in the railway operations environment. During this course, you will not only be introduced to the multidisciplinary aspects and concepts of railway engineering, but you will also be equipped with unparalleled knowledge of the basic principles of and general background to the field with a specific focus on how railway transport systems operate.
The Aviation Corrosion Prevention and Control Course will empower Corrosion Control Managers, Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AME), Storage personnel and Ground Crew to Identify, Rectify and Prevent Corrosion damages to Aircraft, Ground- and Support Equipment.
It happens too often that I receive panicked phone calls from employers who had received an unfavourable arbitration award in respect of a CCMA case that they never knew existed. That is, the employer had never received a summons to appear at the CCMA. In one such case the award required the employer to pay many tens of thousands of rands to an ex-employee.