Skills Training News

Radiation protection training centre opens

The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation's Radiation Protection training centre has already trained 100 radiation protection officers since it started operating in March last year.

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Minister Rob Davies launches Necsa Radiation Protection Training Centre (RPTC) (25 March 2014)

The RPTC is the first of its kind radiation protection training centre in Africa and within the nuclear energy industry.

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SA Nuclear Energy Corporation gets new radiation laboratory

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New nuclear training centre to boost skills

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) this week officially unveiled a new training centre that would “catapult” South Africa’s nuclear protection status to new levels, said the centre’s acting CEO Xolisa Mabhongo.

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Competition helps develop more artisans (22 May 2013)

The Inaugural National Artisan Skills Competition was held at the Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa in Pelindaba last week.

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NECSA chooses finalists for National Artisan Skills Competition (21 May 2013)

The judges have decided on the top three, out of the 27 finalists who made it to the finals of the inaugural National Artisan Skills Competition, that was held at Nuclear Energy Corporation of South Africa (NECSA) in Phelindaba, Pretoria, from May 14 to 16 2013.

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Agreement signed for coded welding centre at Necsa (30 October 2012)

Alstom South Africa and the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) on Tuesday signed an agreement under which the local branch of the French power generation, power transmission and rail infrastructure group will invest R8-million in buying equipment for the new coded welding centre being established at Necsa's Nuclear Skills Development Centre (NSD).

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Skills training a success

Nuclear energy research and development company the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) has seen an almost twofold increase in the number of people enrolled in its skills development programme over the past three years.

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Artisan programme promises jobs for youth

Pretoria - Public Works Deputy Minister, Hendrietta Bogopane-Zulu has guaranteed young people who are on her department's Artisan Development programme jobs upon completing their training.

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Department drives job creation through artisan training programme

The Department of Public Works (DPW) has acknowledged the achievements of 98 learners who completed the theoretical training of its Artisan Development Programme at a graduation ceremony at the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation’s (Necsa’s) nuclear research centre, in Pelindaba, in the North West province.

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