WELCOME to

ecsa
e-bulletin

The Engineering Council of South Africa

News | Events | Insights
Read More
in this issue:
ECSA President Foreword   ECSA New Registration System (NRS) 2015
ECSA Stakeholder Relations   ECSA Past Events
ECSA Upcoming Events    
Message From
ECSA president
Greetings!
all ECSA registered persons

Welcome to the first edition of the e-Bulletin in the year 2015, the edition that keeps us connected to our engineering members. It goes without much say that the first quarter of the year is wrapping up, a quarter that denotes a season of organisational planning, revising the business plan and strategies for the year.

As a Council, our activities for this month have focused more on the organisation’s launch of the New Registration System (NRS), a milestone ...read more

Cyril Vuyani Gamede
ECSA President

Cyril Gamede
ECSA President
ECSA NEWS
img

The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) conducted public consultation roadshows throughout the country from 02 to 25 March 2015. The main objective of the roadshows was to solicit comment from stakeholders pertaining to the New Registration System (NRS) as enjoined by section 36 of the Engineering Profession Act (EPA).

ECSA is committed to protecting both the public and the engineering profession. In order to fulfil ...

Read More
ECSA stakeholder relations

TUT

On the 26th January 2015, Neggie Ndlovu, Manager: Registration, CPD and Call Centre, visited the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) in Pretoria to conduct a presentation to engineering students, aimed at introducing engineering students to the Engineering Council of South Africa and the profession.

The presentation at TUT looked specifically at informing students about what they need to expect after they complete their three years of study.  Neggie outlined the whole registration process to...

Read More

ECSA participated in the Africa Energy Indaba held at the Sandton convention centre from 17 – 18 February 2015.  The conference focussed on nuclear energy for Africa, energy efficiency technologies and implementation, oil & natural gas in Africa, the next frontier of growth, Skills development needed for Africa’s future energy demands.

The intention of attending this event was to provide a forum to ECSA prospective registered persons...

Read More

On 7 February 2015 the Engenius team was invited by Valerie Hirsch, Programme Coordinator of the Sizanani Mentorship Programme, to present the engineering profession to their learners.   A task close to the sole purpose of the Engenius campaign, which was initiated to educate previously disadvantaged pupils about engineering. The compulsory subject choices in choosing the career path and the qualifications offered at tertiary level...

Read More
ECSA NEWS
feature articles

An overview of safety regulations for the design and construction of buildings

By Dr Ron Watermeyer
The built environment comprises the man-made surroundings that provide...

Read More

The importance of quality control in project management

By
Jan Botha (BIE Technical Manager)
Martin Botham (BIE General Manager)
Dr Hannelie Nel (BIE Engineering Consultant)
Read More
get in touch
Contact us

Please contact us with feedback on improving our communication. Feedback and comments may be emailed to thalu@ecsa.co.za

www.ecsa.co.za

011 607 9500​​
2 Ernest Oppenheimer Avenue
Bruma Lake Office Park, Bruma, JHB