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.
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We draw on the expertise of 140 disciplines from nine faculties of the
University of Pretoria who provide industry with access to specialist expertise and resources.
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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.
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Status update to delegates and prospective delegates
President Cyril Ramaphosa has in his official address on 24 May 2020 announced that South Africa will progress from “Level 4” of the phased resumption of economic activity to “Level 3” effective as of 1 June 2020.
During “Level 3”, Enterprises UP has adopted a blended approach for business operations and will be conducting selected operations from our premises (the Enterprises Building, 140 Lunnon Road, Hillcrest, Pretoria) as from 1 June 2020.
The easing of restrictions does not yet allow for recommencement of public face-to-face training courses. All public face-to-face training sessions scheduled for June 2020 have therefore been postponed until further notice. Delegates will be informed of detail in this regard on a course by course basis. For the latest information on course dates, please consult the Enterprises UP website at www.enterprises.up.ac.za.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I continue studying to improve my skills set?
We have released a number of fully online courses on various topics and have converted face-to-face sessions to virtual, interactive sessions where possible to ensure minimal disruption to training schedules. Any amendments to training schedules as a result will be communicated to delegates on a regular basis.
To make the most of your online learning experience, visit https://youtu.be/GBY3tgmBdYA for useful tips.
How do I access enrolment support during restrictive lockdown levels?
How will I receive my results and certificate?
We will be resuming with the issuing of certificates and results as from 1 June 2020. Certificates will be distributed via registered mail. Certificates may also be collected from our premises on Mondays and Tuesdays between 11h00 and 15h00 by prior arrangement. Please note that all visitors to our premises will be required to complete a screening protocol.
All certificate ceremonies will remain postponed until further notice.
Should restrictive levels of lockdown continue past the scheduled days, what will happen to my course enrolment and will my payment be refunded to me?
All registered delegates will receive information on the status of the courses they have enrolled for, including new scheduled dates. Enrolments will automatically be transferred to the new dates. Where delegates are not in a position to attend the alternative dates, the normal cancellation policies as displayed on the web site and enrolment form apply.
Cancellations in writing up to two weeks prior to the start date of the course will be accepted without penalty, in which case course fees paid will be refunded.
What measures are being taken by Enterprises University of Pretoria to ensure that I will not be at risk whilst attending courses post lockdown?
We have instituted the following precautionary measures at the venues where upcoming training courses will be presented:
The following precautionary measures will be expected from delegates:
If you are presented with symptoms such as a mild cough or low-grade fever (37.3 C or more), please inform the course coordinator that you will not be in a position to attend the course. We would be happy to move your registration to another intake or course.
Upon confirmation of your attendance of a course, you will be required to declare that you have not travelled to infected areas, or have been exposed to infected persons prior to attending the course.
Let’s all stay safe and work together with government and provide our full support to contain the spread of the virus. For more information on COVID-19, please visit www.sacoronavirus.co.za