Skills Development Theatre

Tuesday 12th June- Wednesday 13th June 2018

 

 

Two-day FREE programme covering the inability to retain skills, Women skills capacity building, employability and inclusion in railways, planning for infrastructure growth and sustainability and Functional Mentorship & Coaching.

 

Day 1- Tuesday 12th June

TIME TITLE
 

 

10.30

Developing a unique mentorship and coaching programme to build skills capacity in supply chain

11.15

Skills Development in Support of Operation Phakisa Oceans Economy
Malek Pourzanjan, Chief Executive Officer, South African International Maritime Institute - SAIMI

12.00

Industry workshop:
 
The Role of Railway Stakeholders in Addressing the Skills Shortage in Railway Signalling, Train Control and Communication Disciplines
• How the Operator can influence the industry
• Re-profiling the skill set for signalling professionals
• Keeping up with the dynamic environment of technological changes
• Restructuring the education system – What needs to be done to close the skill shortage gap
 
Hosted by Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (IRSE)

 Moderator: TETA

14.15

Looking long term: skills and competencies that ensure employability and sustained real-world work experience

15.00

Competency based training and skills: Equipping staff with specific skills to enable them for the future

15.30

Putting relevance first: the impact of changing industry needs on training programmes

Day 2- Wednesday 13th June

TIME TITLE
 

 

10.30

How to develop and retain skilled team members

11.15

Putting relevance first: the impact of changing industry needs on training programmes
 Leseilane Remembrance Mengoai Lecture, Pretoria Technical College

12.00

Leadership skills development and identifying high potentials to invest in
Sibongile, Skills Development Manager, Transport Education Training Authority - TET

12.45

An integrated approach to skills development in supply chain through functional mentorship and coaching
Lebo Letsoalo, TBC, African Women in Supply Chain Association – AWISCA

13.30

How to establish and introduce a mentorship programme to build skills for young graduate engineers

14.15

The changing demands on engineers in a globally competitive environment        

15.00

How to support growth and skills development for female engineers        

15.30

Cultivating leadership skills as part of the career process

 

 

 

 

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Athena Maharaj
athena.maharaj@terrapinn.com
+27 (0)11 516 4075

 

 

 

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Siphiwe Ndaba
     
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+27 (0)11 516 4061

 

 

 

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Pearl Marsh
pearl.marsh@terrapinn.com
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