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2019 08 Jul 09:00 06 Dec 17:00

Labour Law in SA: Practice and Procedure

Course fee: R29 995 (UCT staff & students get 50% discount off the course fee)
To register complete the registration form.
Course dates: 8 - 12 July | 7 - 11 October | 2 - 6 December 2019
Closing date for registration: 30 June 2019
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Kramer Building, UCT Middle Campus

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Short courses and workshops
2019 01 Sep 13:00 30 Sep 18:00

Palliative Care Training for the Oncologist in Africa

This short course will equip healthcare and counselling professionals to effectively and compassionately communicate with cancer patients and families along the continuum of cancer care.
Register by Friday 16 August 2019.
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e-learning

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Short courses and workshops
2019 16 Sep 09:00 20 Sep 17:00

Student Entrepreneurship Week 2019 (#SEW2019)

UCT Careers and Partners are proud to host #SEW2019. Student Entrepreneurship Week is running for its 3rd year on campus. Events include presentations from student entrepreneurs, a marketplace and an entrepreneurship boot camp. New for this year is the #SEW2019 Social Impact Day.
Follow updates on 2019 Student Entrepreneurship Week
All UCT students interested in entrepreneurship are encouraged to participate.
16 September:...

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Venues across campus

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Hishamodien Hoosain
021 650 5360

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Exhibitions and launches
2019 21 Sep 08:00 15:30

Advanced Focus Assessed Transthoracic Echocardiography (FATE)

Advanced Focus Assessed Transthoracic Echocardiography (FATE) is aimed at providing advanced echocardiographic skills for the non-cardiologist in order to perform point-of-care cardiopulmonary evaluation.
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Groote Schuur Hospital

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Short courses and workshops
2019 21 Sep 08:00 15:30

Basic Focus Assessed Transthoracic Echocardiography (FATE)

Focus Assessed Transthoracic Echocardiography (FATE) is an internationally recognised point-of-care cardiac ultrasound workshop, designed to provide basic echocardiographic skills for physicians.
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Groote Schuur Hospital

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Short courses and workshops
2019 21 Sep 10:00 05 Oct 14:00

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An exhibition of ceramics and paintings by Katherine Glenday who looks at ways of being present. Her subject matter consists of simple things such as soap, elastic bands, stones, paper, clay and magnets. Porcelain works include a six metre installation previously exhibited in China in 2017.
Tuesday to Friday 10:00 - 17:00 and Saturday 10:00 -...

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UCT Irma Stern Museum

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Mary van Blommestein
021 650 7240

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Exhibitions and launches
2019 25 Sep 12:30 14:00

Global Health and the HIV Response in the SDG era

In 2016, the International AIDS Society (IAS) and The Lancet convened an international commission of global experts and stakeholders to assess the future of the HIV response in the context of a more integrated approach to health. This commission investigated both the successes and shortcomings of the HIV response and the lessons that this experience holds for the broader effort to achieve the ambitious health targets in Sustainable Development Goal 3. Professor Linda-Gail Bekker from the Desmond Tutu HIV Centre, located in the Faculty of Health Sciences, co-chaired the commission. She will...

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School of Economics Seminar Room, Level 4, New School of Economics Building

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Beverley Adams
021 650 4951

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Seminars, talks and public lectures
2019 25 Sep 13:00 14:00

Chinese and Japanese Buddhism in South Africa: A Comparative Perspective

Please note: this event was originally scheduled for 11 September but has been rescheduled for Wednesday, 25 September 2019.
Similar to Western Buddhism as a whole, Buddhism in South Africa has generally appealed to groups of white middle-class ‘spiritual seekers’ related to meditation or retreat centres in various parts of the country. In my presentation, I will introduce a different dimension of Buddhism in South Africa by illustrating the nationwide activities of Foguangshan and Soga Gakkai International, two large new religious movements based on Chinese and Japanese...

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Religious Studies Seminar room, Leslie Social Sciences Building, LS5.67

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2019 26 Sep 17:30 19:00

Law Career Conversations

Career Conversations is a panel discussion featuring professionals who talk about their career stories and what it is like working in their industry.
Panelists will be talking about their careers with their Law degree.
1. Liberty (Glenton) is the former Legal, Policy and Education Advocacy Officer of Gender DynamiX, and is now their Executive Director.
Liberty holds a Master’s Degree in Law (cum laude) focused on non-discrimination and marriage equality for transgender persons (UWC). Identifying as a trans non-binary person, she/they can be defined as a...

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Kramer Building, Lecture Theater 3, Middle campus

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Azola Ralo 021 650 5029
Ingrid van der Merwe 021 650 4401

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Seminars, talks and public lectures

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