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PAID FOR OPTIONS FOR COURSES/TRAINING OR WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES

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The below-mentioned courses/training include multiple paid for options and you are welcome to approach theses service providers directly (see disclaimer below).

Disclaimer for paid for courses and training on this page

  • Within the context of the current water crisis in the Western Cape, the information below is intended to assist private persons and businesses wishing to improve their knowledge on water management systems and/or how to reduce the amount of water they consume. The service providers offering the courses/training listed have not been vetted or accredited by the Western Cape Government, the City of Cape Town and/or GreenCape. This is published for information purposes only and does not in any way represent or constitute an endorsement of any particular supplier, product and/or service by the Western Cape Government, the City of Cape Town and/or GreenCape.
  • The Western Cape Government, the City of Cape Town and GreenCape cannot and do not warrant the accuracy of any information on these courses or training programmes.
  • The Western Cape Government, the City of Cape Town and/or GreenCape shall not under any circumstances be liable for any inconvenience, losses and/or damages suffered by any private person who and/or any private business that relies on the information provided on the courses/training listed below.
  • Please note that any support/workshops etc. provided by the water crisis economic security workstream (including WCG Department of Economic Development and Tourism, GreenCape the City of Cape Town and Wesgro) are free of charge.

If you are aware of any courses/training, please inform us so that we can include them here.

NCPC-SA's 4th Biennial 

Industrial Efficiency Conference

CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria

10-11 September 2019

About the Conference

The Industrial Efficiency Conference hosted every two years by the National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa (NCPC-SA), has become recognised as a benchmark in platforms that equip and showcase best practice in South Africa’s green economy.

What sets it apart is the fact that the conference is not aimed at merely discussing issues, but is a programme of two days of educating and equipping businesses and policymakers to adopt and support a cleaner, more efficient model of doing business.

This is in line with the NCPC-SA mandate from the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti) to support industry in the transition towards a green economy through appropriate resource-efficient and cleaner production interventions.

The 2019 Industrial Efficiency Conference will have two sub-themes:

RECP in the digital economy - In addition to resource efficiency best practice, sessions will address how smarter, digital infrastructure can be used to enhance the circular economy and resource efficiency. 

Developing circular economy producers and consumers - By showcasing the products of businesses that have adopted RECP, the event will raise awareness about the importance of consumer and customer purchasing decisions in driving the transition to a circular economy.

Click here to see the programme.

SCHOLARSHIP FOR POST-GRADUATE STUDIES
Financial support and mentorship are available to assist a
graduate student to take forward the vision of the late
Dr Doug Banks

A two-year DBREV Scholarship is available to study towards a relevant Masters degree at a South African university, commencing in 2020. Applicants should have a background of either engineering, science, technology, built environment, policy, social studies or law and be eligible to register at a South African university.

● Only South African citizens or permanent residents may apply
● Application via the website: www.dougbanks.co.za
● Closing date Monday 30 September 2019

Read more about the requirements here.

Invitation to SABAA’s 7th Annual Bats and Wind Energy Workshop
Date & Time: 7 October 2019 from 10h00 to 16h30
Venue: TBC, Cape Town

The South African Bat Assessment Association (SABAA) invite bat and wildlife biologists, environmental assessment practitioners, developers, national, provincial and local government and anyone with an interest in wind and wildlife interactions to attend an interactive workshop discussing the revisions to the South African Best Practice Guidelines for Wind Energy Development, NEMA protocols, some collated bat monitoring and fatality results from various wind farm sites in SA, challenges experienced during monitoring and positive steps forward in terms of mitigation strategies. It is very important that we come together as stakeholders share info, discuss and attempt to solve challenges and move forward in a sustainable manner.

For more information and the draft programme, click here

COMPLIMENTARY RECEP & IEE TRAINING

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Course information

COURSES:    
1 & 2-day and expert (EnMS & RECP) training courses 
Register during the month of August for all courses scheduled until 31 March 2020 to qualify for the complimentary seat

VENUES:    
Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth

REGISTRATION PROCESS: 
To sign up for our special offer, women must complete the pre-registration form on the NCPC-SA
website and select the training courses they are interested in. All women who register will receive communication on the scheduled dates and venues.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Training courses benefit people with an academic background in engineering, natural and environmental sciences.

 9th International Conference on Environment and Climate Change November 18th-19th, 2019 Johannesburg, South Africa 
Theme: Save the only one Earth

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Environment and Climate Change conference 2019 is arranged with the theme “Save the Only one Earth” covering a wide extent of critically vital sessions of Environmental Science and Climate Change equally. Environmental Science section will cover all the major and minor topics like ecology, plant science, zoology, mineralogy, oceanology, soil science, geology and physical geography, atmospheric science and more for brief discussion and highlight the solution of environmental problems (Air Pollution, Water Pollution, Soil Pollution, Noise Pollution, Thermal Pollution, Radioactive Pollution, Light Pollution). We will also cover the technology section which plays an important role to maintain a sustainable development the Future Technology, Renewable Energy like Solar Energy, Wind Energy, Wave Energy, Geothermal power, and more...read more