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.
Emerging concepts of circular economy, cradle-to-cradle principles and the Internet of Things (the physical world is becoming more and more connected to the digital one) are quickly building new pillars for organisations to move to genuinely sustainable business models. How well we manage this new revolutionary phase, however, will determine how well we can ensure the ongoing contribution to health and wellbeing in an increasingly populated built environment. Our training programmes and short courses in Built Environment and Construction will equip you with the latest knowledge and practical skills to make a shift in embracing the impacts and challenges of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
<div>The short course in Project Estimating and Procurement presents you with a unique training experience in applying two of the ten Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) areas namely, Cost Management and Procurement Management directly to the construction and built environments. The course provides you with an extensive overview of aspects
Securing our future through technology; increasing economic pressures on South Africa’s agricultural industry means that people are looking for a way to maximize production, cut costs and improve job security. Rather than being afraid of the changes that technology brings, we need to use it as an extension of our current skill-set; merging it with exis
The Advanced Course in Construction Contracts is specifically designed to equip you with more progressive knowledge on contract law and the drawing up of contracts as applicable to the South African construction and built environment. The course particularly looks into the topics (contract types) of: Joint Building Contracts Committee (JBCC); General
Claims for additional payment and/or extension to the time to complete the works in terms of the FIDIC 1999 (First Edition) and 2017 (Second Edition), the NEC 3 (April 2013 Edition) and NEC 4 (June 2017), GCC 2015 (Third Edition) and the JBCC (Principal Building Agreement) March 2018 (Edition 6.2) standard form construction contracts are a mechanism to manag
Mining companies are confronted by major challenges, such as declining ore grades, volatility in commodity prices, security risks and safety concerns. Cutting-edge solutions are needed for sustainable operational excellence and technological advances and innovations. Securing our future in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) through technology; increasing
<div>The short course in Construction Contracts introduces you to the law of contracts and, more specifically, the various types of construction contracts used in the current South African construction and built environments. Not only will you gain exposure to different building and contractor agreements, but you will also get access to an in- depth knowledg