SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR AGENDA

 

 

 

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How to cultivate leadership skills, how to conduct training according to new industry needs, coaching programmes to build skills capacity- this is just some of the exciting content that's free to attend at the Skills Development Seminar.

Location: Skills Development Seminar Theatre

 

 

MAR 26
TIME
SESSION TITLE
10:30 The changing demands on engineers in a globally competitive environment - Ntombifuthi Ntuli, Research Group Leader, CSIR
11:00
How the 4 th Industrial Revolution impact on skills development in SA Continent - Siyolo Xofyeni - Energy Sector Manager EWESETA  
11:30

Renewable energy and related technologies in education and training skills and development- Themba Sunshine Ntuli , Chief Exective Officer, Tsaz Renewable Energy

12:00 How to attract funding for your skills development programme - Knox Msebenzi, Managing Director NIASA
12:30 Why you need to retrain your workforce for the 4th industrial revolution - in line with the study the CHIETA is conducting in this area for the chemical sector needs - Tshidi Magonare, Acting Executive Manager Research & Skills Planning, CHIETA and Rhonda Jansen van Rensburg, Director, Ozone Business Consulting
13:00 Leadership in skills and professional development for energy practitioners - Wynand Van Der Mervwe, Skills Development Manager, NCPCSA
13:30 Putting relevance first: the impact of changing industry needs on training programmes - Elizabeth MooKetsi, BBEE Consulting
14:00 Analysis of South Africa's Energy Power Generation - Nhlanhla Chauke, Mining Engineering Graduate & Energy Student,  Aspigon Energy  and Andrew Nhlanhla Malumane, Director,  Aspigon Energy
14:30 Cultivating leadership skills as part of the career process - Ciska Dejonge, Director CLSkillsmanagement
15:00 Ensuring the longevity and sustainability of skills training programmes - Jeremiah Seletisha, Training Manager , Auto Mobile Association of South Africa
15:30 New partnerships to support and drive quality graduates from TVET colleges -  Abdul Tenywa, Director , Jeppe College
16:00 Developing a unique mentorship and coaching programme to build skills capacity - Sian Cohen, BD Key Accounts Specialist, GBCSA

 

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MAR 27
TIME
SESSION TITLE
10:30 How to support growth and skills development for female engineers Janice Ramlutchman,HR Director, Pro Earth
11:00 How technology will impact the energy landscape in the future Marc Immerman, Managing Principle, Metier
11:30 Coaching programmes to build skills capacity and enable growth into management - Maria Makhabane, Director ALX VP Southern Africa and Leon Ayo, VP Strategic Relations, ALX and Seth Trudeau, Director of Learning, ALX>
12:30 The importance of gender balance in skills development - Tinneke Du Plessis, Associate, Power Utility Leadership
13:00 Internet of Things Oil and Gas - Priscilla Selele, Secretary, NAEWASA
13:30 An integrated approach to skills development in renewables through functional mentorship and coaching - Emmanuel Maepa, Director, DR HE Maepa Institute
14:00 How to develop a relevant, modern skills development programme - Nivehen Govendor, Programme Manager, SAPVIA
  BLACK BUSINESS
14:30 How to upskill black SME's in the energy sector - Meta Mhlarhi, BEPA President, BEPA
15:00 How to transition black SME's into EPC contractors - Armel Ciamala, Senior Associate, Quartile Capital
15:30 Panel Discussion: What's needed to develop skilled black professionals who can meaningfully participate in the energy sector - Meta Mhlarhi, BEPA President, BEPA and Lelo Mdhldhla, Committee Member, BEPA and Nivehen Govender, Programme Manager SAPVIA Themba Sunshine Ntuli, CEO, Tsaz Renewable Energy

 

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