UEL’s SLDP in Polokwane City

– by Noluthando Makhaza UEL recently facilitated the first group in the first block session of Senior Leadership Development Programme (SLDP) in Polokwane, where delegates from the Department Of Education attended the course. Lecturing the impactful four-day session was Dr Rudi Kimmie who has a background in education, training, leadership and organisational development. He is […]

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The first block session of CFI comes to an end

– by Noluthando Makhaza UEL recently facilitated the first block of Forensic Investigation Techniques (CFI). The objective of this programme is to equip students to undertake forensic investigations with an appreciation of law; forensic auditing; investigation techniques and the ethical implications. The second session will commence on the 16th October 2017. The next intake for […]

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Emerging Managers Programme provides impactful sessions

– by Noluthando Makhaza UEL recently hosted delegates from King Cetshwayo Municipality, Unitrade and UKZN staff members for the first session of the Emerging Managers Programme – the Managing for Impact (MFI) module. Academics facilitating the impactful three-day module included Mr Vikani Funda, Ms Ntokozo Makoba as well as Ms Julie Elliott. Sandile Mbokazi who […]

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Google Digital Skills Training at UEL – a great success!

– by Noluthando Makhaza Google has set a target for themselves – to equip one million young South Africans with the skills to help them build an online presence, create content, understand web design, user experience, social media and app development. Therefore, UKZN Extended Learning in partnership with Bizfarm recently hosted a Google Workshop where […]

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French Goals

– by Sam Higgins The aspiration of learning to speak French, amongst course delegates was motivated by a variety of personal and professional objectives. Delegates included a professional business woman who frequently interacts with French colleagues from Reunion and Africa. A married couple who desire to converse with locals on trips to see family in […]

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Reflections on the isiZulu for Medical Practitioners course

– by Dr Phindi Dlamini UEL recently hosted groups of medical practitioners on the Department of Health (DOH) funded Basic isiZulu short courses. The Basic isiZulu course for Health practitioners and professionals covers simple isiZulu grammar to enable learners to make simple correct sentences and hold simple conversations with their patients/clients. It is presented in […]

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