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New Engineering Qualifications: Industry Implications

These are the workshop presentations: Economic Landscape for Engineering in SA 2 – H Langenhoven HEQSF And Engineering Qualifications – B van Wyk New Engineering Qualifications _ Industry Implications – pp 1-22 S Sinha New Engineering Qualifications _ Industry Implications – pp 23-44 S Sinha Ownership of Engineering Education and Careers – S Schoombie Planning…

Next (Third) Biennial General Meeting

School of Engineering, UKZN UNITE / School of Engineering Building, Howard College Campus, King George V Avenue, Glenwood , Durban, KwaZulu-Natal

3rd BGM – 2015 – Agenda Annexure A – SASEE 2nd BGM Minutes (2013) Annexure B1 – Summary of Constitution Ammendments Annexure B2 – Proposed SASEE Constitution June 2015 Annexure C – SASEE Biennial Report June 2015

Third Biennial Conference – Retaining the Best and Brightest in Engineering Education and the Profession

School of Engineering, UKZN UNITE / School of Engineering Building, Howard College Campus, King George V Avenue, Glenwood , Durban, KwaZulu-Natal

The South African Society for Engineering Education held its third biennial conference from the 4th to the 5th of June 2015, at the School of Engineering, University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban. Proceedings from SASEE's 3rd Biennial Conference  are available under Events > Conference Proceedings (or by clicking on the link here). Proceedings of the 3rd…

2016 SASEE workshops as part of AEEA 2016 conference at CUT

Teaching with Visuals – Rondine Carstens, CILT, UCT (link to slideshare) Fundamentals of Assessment – Francois Cilliers (UCT) and Deborah Blaine (SUN) Industry and the new HEQsF-compliant engineering programmes – Invited panel discussion hosted by Hannelie Nel and Johnson Carroll (UJ)

Fourth Biennial Conference – Engineering education in transition

Cape Town Lodge Hotel 101 Buitengracht St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, Western Cape

13 – 15 June 2017, Cape Town Lodge, Buitengracht Street, Cape Town  Engineering education in transition: Responding to a changing higher education landscape Since its first biennial conference in 2011, the South African Society for Engineering Education (SASEE) has successfully hosted a number of workshops and biennial conferences where academics and industry partners have engaged…

2017 Biennial General Meeting of SASEE

Cape Town Lodge Hotel 101 Buitengracht St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, Western Cape

The upcoming Biennial General Meeting (BGM) of the South African Society for Engineering Education (SASEE) will take place on Wednesday, 14 June 2017, 10h00 during our upcoming conference, SASEE 2017, the 4th biennial conference on engineering education in South Africa at the Cape Town Lodge, Buitengracht Street, Cape Town. Details of the meeting (previous minutes…

Workshop: Educating engineers for 21st century contexts

Protea Hotel, Durbanville Vineyards Office Estates, 99 Jip De Jager Dr, Tygervalley, Cape Town, Wester

We invite you to join the growing community of engineering educators ‘Engineering-in-context’ (EiC) is the creation of a learning environment that simulates professional practice and develops professional engineering competence and employability amongst students. EiC is strongly aligned with a pedagogy of employability, and designed to enable deeper levels of learning. EiC is motivated by factors…

IFEES-IIDEA Webinar Series: Peace Engineering I

Online

  IFEES-IIDEA Webinar Series: Peace Engineering I Friday, August 24, 2018 12 Noon GMT Register Now We are defining Peace Engineering as the application of science and engineering principles to promote and support peace. Peace Engineering envisions and works towards a world where prosperity, sustainability, social equity, entrepreneurship, transparency, community voice and engagement, and a culture of quality thrive. Engineers…

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Assessment & Accreditation Workshop

Birchwood Hotel and Conference Centre OR TAMBO 14 View Point Rd, Bardene,, Boksburg, Gauteng

Engineering programme providers (and programme accreditors) are increasingly focused on effective assessment of educational objectives at the qualification exit level. The Engineering Council of South Africa’s (ECSA’s) graduate attributes (GAs) or exit-level outcomes (ELOs) describe the competencies that graduates must acquire and demonstrate in order to enter the engineering profession and eventually register with ECSA…

ZAR1000 – ZAR1500

Duncan Fraser Award Nominations

The International Federation of Engineering Education Societies (IFEES) is accepting nominations for the 2019 Duncan Fraser Global Award for Excellence in Engineering Education. The Duncan Fraser Award recognizes individuals who have made innovative and meritorious contributions with a significant impact on the advancement of engineering education. IFEES encourages nominations of outstanding candidates from all regions…

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