eNtsa hosts a number of training interventions based on popular topics and technological areas of interest determined from industry and/or client interaction.
Majority of these interventions are based on face to face interaction due to largely:
i) complexity of the topic, and;
ii) practical interaction required on topic.

Upcoming Training

This workshop offers insight into the identification of hazards and risk and how safety systems should be integrated into the design of equipment, processes.

1 March 2022

For enquiries please email eNtsaTA@mandela.ac.za 

To register please click the following link

This practical workshop aims to equip delegates with basic knowledge and practical skills required to start the journey in the additive manufacturing space. It offers insight into additive manufacturing and 3D Printing and includes significant practical exercises.

8 & 9 March 2022

For enquiries please email eNtsaTA@mandela.ac.za 

This workshop offers theoretical knowledge on stainless steel critical for practical application which includes grades, uses, corrosion, welding, joining and properties.

15 & 16 March 2022

For enquiries please email eNtsaTA@mandela.ac.za 

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This course is an introductory workshop that gives insight into the use of electric motors in industrial applications. The course aims to develop an understanding of how the electric motors and associated considerations for operations influence component selection.

20 & 21 April 2022

For more information please contact eNtsaTA@mandela.ac.za 

eNtsa and TANDM are excited to host a course focusing on strain gauge measurement. The 4 day course is presented by measurement experts and includes theory, practical sessions and two open book exams.

17 to 20 May 2022 (Pretoria)

For enquiries please email eNtsaTA@mandela.ac.za

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eNtsa has a customary activity of sharing information and experiences with the team in a Tech Talk manner. The intent of the Tech Talk is to: i) provide basic information on a topic, ii) provide basic instruction and iii) create awareness around a certain topic. These types of interventions are packaged in a format to serve the dual purpose of knowledge sharing among team members, as well as knowledge sharing within the various communities eNtsa operates in. These interventions are intended to have accreditation (ECSA CPD or equivalent) associated to the relevant professional and operational bodies of respective topics.