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Short courses & workshops in 2017

Dates Title Details Venue Contact
01 May Becoming a changemaker: Introduction to Social Innovation 6-week free online course for anyone who wants to make a difference; debunks the common assumptions around what resources are needed to begin acting as a social innovator. Read more... Online UCT MOOC team
03 May - 05 May Research Data Management (short course) A 3-day course providing participants with an understanding of the importance of data management; the research data lifecycle; the organisation, documentation and long-term curation of research data. Ulwazi Training Room, Chancellor Oppenheimer Library, Upper Campus, 09:00-15:30 Alison Davids
021 650 1851
08 May - 12 May Integrated Land Use-Transport Planning This course aims to develop an advanced understanding of the integration of land use planning and transport planning process. Read more... PG Seminar Room, New Engineering Building Sandra Jemaar
021 650 5793
08 May - 19 Jun Heritage Resources Management This course is aimed at guiding professionals and lay people who need to engage with the local and heritage authorities; and it is designed to introduce course participants to the history and theory of architectural and urban conservation and to uncover the operation of those ideas in current conservation practice. Read more... Garnet Room, New Engineering Building. Monday evenings, 17:00-20:00 Sandra Jemaar
021 650 5793
08 May - 12 May Repair and Rehabilitation of Concrete Structures The purpose of the workshop is to provide participants with a fundamental and practical understanding on condition assessment of concrete structures and concrete repair and strengthening methods. Read more... Emperors Palace Hotel, Johannesburg Sandra Jemaar
021 650 5793
08 May Julia Scientific Programming 4-module course introducing users to Julia as first language. Julia is a high-level, high-performance dynamic programming language developed specifically for scientific computing. Read more... Online UCT MOOC team
10 May - 12 May Valuation for Land Reform and Expropriation This course is designed to equip participants with advanced skills regarding the valuation of property to be acquired by the State under the provisions of the Property Valuation Act 2014 and the new Expropriation Act. The course is offered jointly with the Office of the Valuer General. Read more... Birchwood Hotel, Johannesburg Sandra Jemaar
021 650 5793
11 May - 12 May SPLUMA Implementation: Guidance for Practitioners This course is designed to equip practitioners in the planning and legal professions, in private and government practice, to meet the challenges of implementing the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, 2013. This Act came into effect on 1 July 2015. The Act introduces far-reaching changes to the legal and institutional framework for urban and regional planning in South Africa. Read more... Sunnyside Park Hotel, Johannesburg Sandra Jemaar
021 650 5793
15 May - 26 May The International Certified Fraud Examiner's (CFE) Examination preparation and facilitation UCT Law@work is presenting a 10-day preparation course for the International CFE examination on behalf of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners' SA Chapter. The Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) International is a globally preferred credential, necessary if you want to advance your career and position yourself as an expert in the fraud examiners profession. This course is a definitive preparation course for exam and includes exam facilitation. Course fee: R25 000 per delegate, which includes: registration for associate membership with ACFE International Chapter, registration for the examination, an electronic copy of the ACFE manual, exam facilitation, lunches, teas and parking for the duration of the contact sessions. Read more... Moot Court, Level 5 Kramer Building, UCT Middle Campus Don Coue
021 650 3242
16 May How to get started with your POPI compliance project A one-day seminar presented by UCT Law@work. Gain practical knowledge on the duties POPI will create for your business, get an overview of the legal documents you need to create, and get advice on how to get started with your business' POPI compliance project.
Course fee: R2 800 per delegate. Includes parking, lunch, tea, textbook and course materials. UCT staff and students receive 50% discount. Read more...
Kramer Building, UCT Middle Campus Don Coue
021 650 3242
22 May - 26 May Radar Signal and Data Processing This course presents the principles and techniques fundamental to the operation of the signal processing found in a radar system. The course follows the recommended textbook very closely. Read more... Menzies Building Sandra Jemaar
021 650 5793
22 May - 26 May Part 1 Anaesthesia Refresher Course 2017 UCT’s Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine will be hosting the annual Part 1 Anaesthesia Refresher Course in 2017. Read more... The Colleges of Medicine (CMSA), 17 Milner Rd, Rondebosch, Cape Town Deidre Raubenheimer
021 406 6167
Meagan Whyte
22 May Understanding Clinical Research: Behind the Statistics This free online course offers an easy entry into interpreting common statistical concepts without getting into nitty-gritty mathematical formulae & is suitable for working professionals & researchers. Read more... Online UCT MOOC team
24 May - 26 May Government contracts and procurement law Presented by UCT Law@work. Government procurement accounts for a substantial part of the global economy and is therefore closely regulated in law to prevent fraud, waste, corruption or local protectionism. This course covers important aspects of public procurement, explains the relevant procurement law and what has been achieved with regards to procurement policy, procedures and best practice.
Course fee: R7 500 per delegate. Includes parking, lunches, teas and course materials. UCT staff and students receive 50% discount. Read more...
Kramer Building, UCT Middle Campus Don Coue
021 650 3242
25 May - 26 May Social media in the workplace A two-day course in social media in the workplace presented by UCT Law@work in conjunction with Bowman Gilfillan. The aim of this course is to educate participants on understanding and managing the risks of social media in the workplace. Course fee: R5 000 per delegate, which includes parking, lunches, teas and course materials. UCT staff and students receive 50% discount. Kramer Building, UCT Middle Campus Don Coue
021 650 3242
29 May Introduction to NVivo (Half Day) In this short course, participants will be introduced to the NVivo11 software for managing qualitative data and carrying-out qualitative analysis. This is a hands-on course for Windows-users only. Faculty of Health Sciences Continuing Education
021 650 1469
29 May Becoming a changemaker: Introduction to Social Innovation 6-week free online course for anyone who wants to make a difference; debunks the common assumptions around what resources are needed to begin acting as a social innovator. Read more... Online UCT MOOC team
29 May - 02 Jun Practical insights into corporate governance A five-day course presented by UCT Law@work. Gain practical insights into corporate governance – the system by which companies are directed and controlled through relationships between a company’s management, its board, its shareholders and other stakeholders.
Course fee: R12 500 per delegate. Includes parking, lunches, teas and course materials. UCT staff and students receive 50% discount. Read more...
Moot Court, Level 5 Kramer Building, UCT Middle Campus Don Coue
021 650 3242

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