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Cathodic protection data

Cathodic Protection engineer, Neil Webb, brings his experience and expertise on the importance of understanding potential measurements on your CP system. From negatives to unit conversions, Neil discusses the tips and tricks for accurately measuring and interpreting the potential of your system. Find us: Instagram @isifunditraining Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/company/isifundi Website: www.isifundi.co.za Online training: www.isifundi-school.teachable.com Validated for …

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How do Publicly-funded Institutions ….

 How do publicly-funded institutions contribute to sustainable socio-economic development? Validated for 1.1 CPD credits. ECSA & SACNASP  The key question is: How do research, development and innovation (RDI) in public sector institutions contribute to sustainable socio-economic growth in South Africa (SA)?  SA is in a dire situation. Some of the factors that have contributed to the …

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SACPCMP – Registration Process

This is an interactive workshop on the registration process with the SACPCMP. Recorded Webinar. Presented by: Steve Leach (Project Manager & Director at SiVEST) Experienced Project Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the construction industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Cost Management, Feasibility Studies, Construction, and Contract Negotiation. Strong human resources professional with a B …

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Understanding Outcome No 11

Undertake sufficient professional development activities to maintain and extend competence (IPD). Topic Outline: 1.The 11 Outcomes. 2.Group E Outcomes. 3.Competency indicators. 4.Assessment. 5.IPD vs. CPD 6.Competence. 7.Steps in professional Development. 8.Resources. 9.Translate to TER’s

Understanding Outcome No 10

Be responsible in the decision-making for part or all of the complex, broadly, well-defined engineering activities. Topic Outline: 1.The 11 Outcomes. 2.Group D Outcomes. 3.Competency indicators. 4.Engineering activities.  5.Decision making.  6.Barriers to decision making. 7.Being responsible. 8.Decision making models. 9.Evaluation. 10.Translate to TER’s

Understanding Outcome No 9

Exercise sound judgement in the course of complex, broadly, well-defined engineering activities. Topic Outline: 1.The 11 Outcomes. 2.Group D Outcomes. 3.Competency indicators. 4.Range Statement.  5.Demonstrate the outcome.  6.Assessment Criteria. 7.Sound Judgement. 8.Data and assumptions. 9.Decision making. 10.Translate to TER’s

Understanding Outcome No 8

Conduct engineering activities ethically. Topic Outline: 1.The 11 Outcomes. 2.Group D Outcomes. 3.Competency indicators. 4.Range Statement.  5.Demonstrate the outcome.  6.Assessment Criteria. 7.Code of Conduct, History. 8.ECSA’s Code of Conduct. 9.Translate to TER’s

Understanding Outcome No 7

Meet all legal and regulatory requirements and protect the health and safety of persons in the course of his/her engineering activities. Topic Outline: 1.The 11 Outcomes. 2.Group C Outcomes. 3.Competency indicators. 4.Range Statement.  5.Demonstrate the outcome.  6.Assessment Criteria. 7.The Legal Hierarchy. 8.OH&S Construction Regulations.  9.Translate to TER’s

Understanding Outcome No 6

Recognise and address the reasonably foreseeable social, cultural and environmental effects of complex, broadly, well-defined engineering activities. Topic Outline: 1.The 11 Outcomes. 2.Group C Outcomes. 3.Competency indicators. 4.Range Statement.  5.Demonstrate the outcome.  6.Assessment Criteria. 7.Social, Cultural & Environmental Effects. 8.Translate to TER’s

Understanding Outcome No 5

Communicate clearly with others in the course of the engineering activities. Topic Outline: 1.The 11 Outcomes. 2.Group B Outcomes. 3.Competency indicators. 4.Range Statement.  5.Demonstrate the outcome.  6.Assessment Criteria. 7.Communication Types. 8.Engineering Communication.  9.Translate to TER’s

Understanding Outcome No 4

Manage part or all of one or more complex, broadly, well-defined engineering activities. Topic Outline: 1.The 11 Outcomes. 2.Group B Outcomes. 3.Competency indicators. 4.Range Statement.  5.Engineering Activities.  6.Assessment Criteria. 7.Management. 8.Translate to TER’s

Understanding Outcomes 1, 2 and 3

OUTCOMES No 1 – Define, investigate and analyse complex, broadly, well-defined engineering problems No 2 – Design or develop solutions to complex, broadly, well-defined engineering problems No 3 – Comprehend and apply advanced knowledge –principles underpinning good practice, specialist knowledge, jurisdictional knowledge and local knowledge. This presentation focuses on:

Understanding Concrete

ECSA, Validated for 1 CPD credit in category 1. SACNASP, Validated for 1 CPD credit in category 1. There are 4 sessions in this webinar dealing with: *Manufacture of Cement *Physical deformation of Concrete *Chemical deformation of Concrete *Problems with Ready Mixed Concrete *Problems with Concrete Construction Presenter. Experienced Civil Engineering Technologist, Skilled in Reinforced …

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ECSA Code of Conduct

This webinar takes you through ECSA’s Code of Conduct. Full scope for candidates and registered persons. The focus is on Outcome No 8.

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