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7 , 2020
Helping students to navigate their lives in a sea of change
The globe has witnessed the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic that has affected how individuals conduct aspects of their personal and professional lives. The unprecedented situation has shifted how society performs daily tasks and encouraged a new approach as a coping mechanism.
13
3 , 2020
Enterprises UP hosts Botswana Open University
In a drive to remain a training and research partner of choice Enterprises University of Pretoria (Enterprises UP) hosted a benchmark discussion with Botswana Open University (BOU) at the Enterprises UP offices in Pretoria. The purpose of the meeting was for the two parties to discuss and identify possible areas of collaboration around our wide range of Research and Training Solutions, which are delivered through multi-disciplinary teams of experts from the University of Pretoria (UP).
12
3 , 2020
A Royal Leader visits Enterprises UP!
Monday, 2 March 2020 was a momentous day as Enterprises University of Pretoria (Pty) Ltd (Enterprises UP) had the pleasure of hosting a royal leader, innovator and guardian of culture, Ikosi Sipho Mahlangu from Mpumalanga, at Enterprises Building in Pretoria.
11
3 , 2020
Ghana Shippers’ Authority delegation visits Enterprises UP
It has been a fruitful start to the year for Enterprises University of Pretoria (Enterprises UP) Training Solutions team as they welcomed Ghana Shippers Authority (GSA) delegation on 25 February 2020.
11
3 , 2020
Enterprises UP unites public sectors on a continental level
The Monitoring and Evaluation in Public Sector short course from Enterprises University of Pretoria (Enterprises UP) proved to be popular, as delegates from around the continent gathered for the short course from 19 – 21 February 2020.
11
3 , 2020
Managing risk in the South African Mining Industry – A Department of Mining Engineering and Enterprises University of Pretoria risk mitigation initiative
The main aim of the course is to ensure that individuals are well equipped for the inevitable technological developments and behavioural changes that it would require in the near future.  This aspect was highlighted at the recent launch of the Course for Managers in Risk management (c-MiRM) at Enterprises University of Pretoria (Enterprises UP). A solid foundation for the sustainable decrease of casualty rates towards zero