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Thandela Certification Services: Online Courses

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Tuesday, 6 April 2021 19:16


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Last updated Tuesday, 6 April 2021 17:16

Leadership Development Workshop Series: Nelson Mandela University: 2021

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Thursday, 11 March 2021 09:41

Complete one, or all, of the following short courses:

  • Team Science
  • Industry 4.0
  • Lean Yellow Belt
  • Project Management for Manufacturing

Please see attachment for more information.


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WELASTEP2021.pdf 772.2K 11 Mar 21 09:41

Road to Registration: Public Courses for 2021

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Tuesday, 26 January 2021 12:52

Please find attached the schedule for various Road to Registration Courses (Public courses) during 2021. Please contact Lizelle du Preez from Candidate Academy at lizelle@ally.co.za for more information and to register. Please notify Lynette at the SAIIE office at admin@saiie.co.za if you have registered for one of the public Road to Registration Courses. SAIIE will assist SAIIE members with securing a mentor as well as the Discipline Specific Training Guidelines upon request. 


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2021 - Candidate Academy Training Schedule by date.pdf 226.8K 26 Jan 21 10:52

Last updated Tuesday, 26 January 2021 10:52

SAIIE Community Engagement Event: Role of Industrial Engineers in leading Change: Presentation

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Thursday, 29 October 2020 15:54

On Thursday, 29 October 2020, SAIIE had their fifth online community engagement. Approximately 46 delegates joined this webinar presented by Sbusiso Xaba with the theme – Role of Industrial Engineers in leading Change. This webinar was validated for 0.2 CPD credits. See attachment for the presentation. 


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Role of Industrial Engineers in Leading Change v3.pdf 1.4M 29 Oct 20 15:54

SAIIE Community Engagement: Value Management in Practice: Presentation

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Thursday, 1 October 2020 18:25

On Wednesday, 23 September 2020, SAIIE had their fourth online community engagement. Approximately 50 delegates joined this webinar presented by Konrad Bindeman with the theme – Value Management in Practice. This webinar was validated for 0.2 CPD credits. Please see attachment for the presentation. 


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20200826_SAIIE_Sept2020_DeepDive_ValueManagement_V3.0.pdf 2.9M 1 Oct 20 18:25

SAIIE Community Engagement: Six Sigma: An Introduction: Presentation

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Wednesday, 2 September 2020 16:34

On Thursday, 27 August 2020, SAIIE had their third online community engagement. Approximately 60 delegates joined this webinar presented by Dr Karl van der Merwe with the theme – Six Sigma: An Introduction. This webinar was validated for 0.2 CPD credits. Please refer to the attachment  for the presentation.


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Six Sigma an Overview_Final.pdf 4.4M 2 Sep 20 16:34

SAIIE Community Engagement: Value Engineering Overview: Presentation: 24 June 2020

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Thursday, 9 July 2020 11:28

On Wednesday, 24 June 2020, SAIIE had their first online engagement. Approximately 40 delegates joined this webinar presented by Kgabo Mokgohloa with the theme Value Engineering. Please find attached his engaging presentation. The world has changed and SAIIE had to adapt. This webinar and all future webinars will give the Industrial Engineering community the opportunity to participate wherever they are.


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SAIIE Value Engineering and Analysis Presentation.pdf 1.8M 9 Jul 20 09:26

Last updated Thursday, 9 July 2020 09:28

ORSSA Lean Analytics Meet-ups

Posted by Lynette Pieterse on Tuesday, 10 March 2015 08:36

A new type of ORSSA event – a meet-up - was launched mid-2014. Meet-ups bring people together to learn something, do something and share something. These meetings are arranged through a site called Meetup (www.meetup.com), and follow an agenda-less format developed in Seattle called Lean Coffee. The core idea is to be able to host peer discussions of between 5-10 people without necessarily requiring anyone to prepare or be in charge of the meeting itself. At the start, attendees submit topics they would like to discuss with the group. Each person then provides a short introduction to their topics, and then everyone votes on them in order to prioritise the order in which they will be discussed. The discussion then focusses on each topic in turn and runs for about 5 minutes, after which a quick visual poll is conducted to establish if the group should continue the discussion or move to the next one. This allows time to be spent on topics that people are finding the most interesting during the course of the 1.5-2 hour long meeting. This simple lightweight format provides a forum for people involved in Operations Research and Data Analytics to make contact with people who share a common curiosity and passion for the fields in which they work. Given the current hype around big data and the increasing sophistication of tools available, ORSSA decided to take advantage of the current interest in these fields by hosting and facilitating a series of meet-ups around the country. This enables people to find out about the role ORSSA plays in both academia and industry, and for ORSSA to understand and receive feedback on the issues faced by people engaged in problems which fall under its scope.

ORRSA has so far registered and launched 2 such meet-ups; in Rosebank (Jhb) and in Cape Town. They have been very well received and the networking and mentoring opportunities amongst attendees of different ages and both backgrounds are endless. The topics discussed so far have been quite varied and have included the use (or lack thereof) of different tools and technologies, issues related to client management in projects and even book recommendations. The meetings are really very cost effective since there is no venue fee and the attendees buy their own drinks and food.

We would like to invite SAIIE members to join us at these events so that many more contacts will be established in future between people who share a passion and curiosity for this field of science. So far, coffee and ideas have come together quite well! Check out http://www.meetup.com/Lean-Analytics-ORSSA-JHB/ for more info or contact David Clark (david.clark@opsi.co.za) or Angela Rademeyer (angela.rademeyer@gmail.com).

 


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