Training and e-Learning

Five Gauteng teachers visit space camp with Honeywell

The teachers spent a week learning about space exploration, leadership skills development and laboratory instruction focused on science.


School of IT provides personal lecturer

At the School of IT, learners get assigned a one-on-one expert lecturer that has industry knowledge.


Last days to register grade one, eight leaners online

Parents of grade one and eight learners have four days before the deadline to submit online registrations for the 2020 academic year.


Internships, employment opportunities key to bridging cyber security skills gap

The cyber security skills shortage in SA must be addressed, or security will simply not be able to keep pace with the rapid evolution of cyber crime, says Simeon Tassev, MD of Galix.


ICT Skills Survey 2019 is open to all practitioners

An annual survey such as this helps to shape future public and private sector skills development and education programmes in the ICT sector.


University of Pretoria rewards students, staff for inventions

The university has 11 inventors who were granted a patent for more than one invention, and 50 inventors who were granted a patent for a single invention.


University of Pretoria principal wants varsities to drive 4IR

Professor Tawana Kupe believes universities must lead the charge in Africa’s fourth industrial revolution initiatives.


How to maximise your ERP investment

Your ERP system needs to evolve alongside your business to provide it with a competitive edge, says Doug Hunter, Manager: Professional Services at SYSPRO.


IT security training: The never-ending grudge purchase

Cyber security is a moving target, and training has to stay on top of every new risk posed by a changing enterprise infrastructure.


‘Tech Girl’ Samantha Wright: Be more human

Popular tech blogger and e-sports star urges women not to try fit into stereotypical boxes.

15 Jul

Overcoming gender stereotypes is key to inclusivity

We need to avoid pigeon-holing people based on their gender and ensure everyone has an opportunity to try everything, from sport to science, says Julie Noizeux, Veritas partner success manager for SA.