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Short courses & workshops in 2016
|06 Jun||Aspects of City Design||The course is an exploration into the physical structure and form of cities and how these affect settlement performance for people. Read more...||New Engineering Building||Sandra Jemaar|
|06 Jun||High Resolution and Imaging Radar||High resolution radar topics, e.g. applications of the radar range equation in HRR, HRR design, HRR waveforms, synthetic high-range-resolution radar. Read more...||Menzies Building||Sandra Jemaar|
|06 Jun||Advanced Infrastructure Management||The module exposes students to the concepts of municipal infrastructure management. Read more...||New Engineering Building||Sandra Jemaar|
|09 Jun||Pile Design and Construction||This two day course will cover issues related to selection of pile type, different pile types available, pile driving issues, design concepts, construction methodologies, and the advantages and disadvantages of different piles. Read more...||Snape Building||Sandra Jemaar|
|13 Jun||Bridge Management and Maintenance||The course will provide participants meaningfully guidance to quantify their bridge infrastructure deficit and prioritize bridge investment. Read more...||Johannesburg||Sandra Jemaar|
|20 Jun||Contaminated Land and Remediation||This course will cover the problems associated with contaminated lands that arise from the unmanaged release of contaminants into the environment. Read more...||New Engineering Building||Sandra Jemaar|
|20 Jun||Information Theory & Error-Control Coding||The broad aim of this module is to explain the fundamental ideas of information theory and the correspondences between the elements of this theory and certain natural concepts of importance in a wide number of fields, such as transmission, storage, authoring and protection of data. Read more...||Menzies Building||Sandra Jemaar|
|21 Jun||Excel: top time-saving tips||Join us to explore 5 time-saving tips that'll improve your data analysis in Excel: quick Analysis tools, conditional formatting, data validation, sparklines and pivot slicers.||Upper Campus Student Learning Centre, Level 4, Steve Biko building 13:00-14:00||Charmaine van der Merwe
021 650 5392
|23 Jun||Accounts Method of Property Valuation||This course is designed to equip participants with advanced skills regarding the use of the accounts method of property valuation. Read more...||Snape Building||Sandra Jemaar|
|23 Jun - 01 Jul||DebCamp16||DebCamp is the hacking session preceding DebConf. Read more...||Fuller Hall / Sports Centre|
|24 Jun||Basics of Vital Signs Monitoring Workshop||This 1-day hands-on workshop is specifically designed to benefit non-medical staff required to do vital signs monitoring, both in a clinical and research environment for home-based carers and nursing. Read more...||Clinical Skills Unit, Groote Schuur Hospital||FHS Continuing Education Unit
021 650 5246
|27 Jun - 08 Jul||LSE-UCT July School||This two-week intensive summer school-style programme offers a range of exciting university-level courses considering the academic and policy responses to the major social science issues of the 21st century, all with relevance to Africa and its relations with the world today. The programme is taught by outstanding faculty from UCT, the leading university in Africa, and LSE, the world’s foremost specialist social science institution.
Courses are offered in: Business; Development; Economics; Geography/Urban Development; Government; International Relations; Law; Management; Social Policy.
See the full course and programme information, including how to apply.
Apply by 31 March for early bird discount.
|Dr Claire Kelly
021 650 2887
|27 Jun - 30 Jun||Digital Scholarship workshop series||UCT Libraries, in conjunction with UCT e-Research Centre, Oxford University and University of Hertfordshire, is excited to host a Digital Scholarship workshop series from 27th-30th June 2016. Along with local colleagues and projects, we will be joined by two leading international Digital Scholarship experts, Adam Crymble and Pip Willcox. Read more...
Booking is essential - please RSVP by Friday 24 June
|Ulwazi, Knowledge Commons, Level 4, Chancellor Oppenheimer Library||Judith Rix|