Our Training Solutions and Research Solutions translate into increased productivity and enhanced customer service excellence within any industry. Drawing on the knowledge of academic and industry experts from the University of Pretoria, our track record includes high-quality, customised and practical solutions that set us apart from a traditional skills development and research organisation.
Enterprises University of Pretoria
We have the ability to provide business-to-business solutions across the full life cycle of services from project
conceptualisation to delivery and capacity building using scientific evidence as basis.
Enterprises University of Pretoria has developed solutions to assist organisations demystify the 4IR focusing on
two key areas, namely, what emerging technologies could be applicable to their future and how will such impact their future, and how should organisations, in general, arrange themselves to better cope with the implications of the 4IR.
The seismicity induced by human technological activities is an important problem that involves both scientific and industrial society. Learn how to minimise these risks and support industrial activities in seismically active regions with Enterprises University of Pretoria's two-day course.
South Africa's 2023 budget, which was presented by Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana on February 22, 2023, includes several measures aimed at promoting a greener economy and encouraging investment in green projects.
The emergence of affordable three-dimensional (3D) imaging and printing technology is revolutionising the medical field, offering several advantages to medical science academics and clinical practitioners.
As the need for improved pumping solutions continues to grow, technology is playing an increasingly important role in the design and operation of clear-water pump stations: From 3D flow simulation to energy-efficient pumps and smart control systems.
Enterprises University of Pretoria recently spearheaded a stakeholder engagement session hosted by the Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities on 25 January 2023 in Pretoria. Enterprises UP was entrusted with the task of harmonising reporting instruments for disability rights in order to develop a results-based reporting template, that will monitor the progress made in advancing the rights of people with disabilities, in line with the 2030 National Development Plan.