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.
<div><span>Why a Mine Closure and Rehabilitation programme?</span></div>
<div><span>The South African Mining industry has a legacy of challenges pertaining to mine closure and its related residual impacts. Critical aspects relevant to mine closure including i
The Introduction to Mining short course will provide you with fundamental knowledge and insights into mining operations and processes. Aimed at professionals who do not necessarily have a mining engineering degree or diploma, you can acquire a better understanding of mining even if you already work on a mine, work for a mine supplier or own shares in mines.
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<p><strong>Financial</strong> <strong>Management</strong> is known to be indispensable to any successful business. Furthermore, the ability to understand Finance is crucial for any manager who wants to advance their career. How do you determine and measure a company’s
People Management is a critical component of managing in organisations as everything else required to achieve the desired output depends on having competent and willing staff. In South Africa the challenge of managing people is set against a historical backdrop in which political structures ensured that a large portion of the workforce were severely limited
<span style="color: #233157 ; font-size: 11pt ; font-family: 'calibri' , sans-serif;">The implementation of the National Waste Management Strategy (NWMS 2010) and National Environmental Management Waste Act (NEMWA 2008) facilitates a paradigm shift over the philosophy and strategy of solid and hazardous waste management. The new paradigm requires us to look