01 - 31 Dec 2023 - Online

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24 - 25 Jun 2024 - Online

Best practices in Sewage Effluent & Waste Water Treatment Technology Workshop

Johannesburg/Online : 24-25 June 2024, 4-5 November 2024

Online/ Cape Town: 24-25 June 2024, 4-5 November 2024

Online/ Durban : 24-25 June 2024, 4-5 November 2024

CASI Construction Academy presents 2-day informative workshop where, participants will learn how to manage the effective operation and performance of wastewater treatment plants. In this comprehensive training approach, participants will gain a detailed understanding of the principles applied to the treatment of organic, inorganic, or a combination of both industrial effluent types. Environmental pollution control is an area difficult to teach, largely because it is an extremely delicate area afflicted with variables interacting between biotic and abiotic factors that affect the effectiveness of treatment.

Poor operation and maintenance of wastewater and sewage treatment infrastructure is a cause for concern in Africa. It negatively affects public health and functioning of eco systems. Main Sources of water pollution according to the World-Wide Fund for Nature include Industrial water discharge and general pollution from city sewers. If left untreated, effluent from municipal, industrial and mining waste water discharge will have an adverse effect on the environment. Runoff from small-scale mining operations, urban storm water and runoff from agricultural, livestock and poultry operations have also impaired the quality of water over the years and has been a cause for concern.

Objectives:

Establish concise exposure and understanding

through experience with regards to:

  • the legal requirement
  • the effluent parameters
  • unit processes – design details
  • maintenance requirement
  • troubleshooting methods
  • sampling technique
  • sludge treatment

For more information click HERE

Contact: Bongani - CASI Construction Academy PTY LTD: Tel: 07877005633
Whats app : 0794 11 7042:


24 - 28 Jun 2024 - Johannesburg

Transportation of Dangerous Goods

VENUE:  Balalaika Hotel, Sandton, Johannesburg

ABOUT THE COURSE

The transportation or transporting of Dangerous Goods is a complicated process. It is often taken for granted in the overall “safety training” discussion. Think about it this way; you offer or send out a product that can pose a risk to the safety of drivers, flight crew, dock workers, rail workers, all handlers, receivers, and employees in general. The product is packaged incorrectly as per regulations. These regulations are developed worldwide by experts that study and test packaging for the safe

movement of hazards. You do not package to the applicable standard due to the lack of proper training, understanding of regulations, or just negligence. The dangerous good now leaks or releases out of a vehicle, aircraft, vessel, or train.

For more information see the brochure:- Transportation of Dangerous Goods June 2024M_compressed

Contact: Martin Chikonde at Franz Training: Tel: 011 568 4724
Cell: 081 316 6719:

martin@franztraining.co.za | More Information Here

25 - 27 Jun 2024 - Pretoria

Water Quality Monitoring for Better Water Management: Training Course

VENUE:  Oppiehoek Guesthouse, 196 Blake Street, Riviera, Pretoria.

Water Quality Monitoring is essential to ensure Good Water Governance.  Unfortunately, there appears to be significant gaps in the general understanding amongst environmental practitioners and government officials regarding the intricacies associated with water quality monitoring and management.

The Course therefore addresses the basics of water quality monitoring, including:

the basic chemistry of surface and groundwater resources;

selection of water quality monitoring variables;

the design of a water quality monitoring programme;

monitoring frequencies;

the importance of field data collection;

the setting of limit values for various types of water resources;

the interpretation of water quality monitoring results;

the visualisation of water quality monitoring results;

communication of water quality monitoring results to non-expert stakeholders, etc.

For full information click HERE

Contact: Carin Bosman at CBSS (Carin Bosman Sustainable Solutions) :

info@cbss.co.za

26 - 27 Jun 2024 - Midrand

Waste Legislation Training Programme

VENUE: EduTech Training Centre, Midrand.

The programme provides comprehensive coverage of the National Environmental Management: Waste Act, 2008 and subordinate legislation, international conventions and other legislation applicable to the management of hazardous and non-hazardous waste.

Topics to be covered:
– Environmental Principles and International Agreements
– Domestic Waste Legislation
– Domestic Policies, Strategies and Standards

For more information: Sanki Tshabangu -  IWMSA Central Branch:

centralbranch@iwmsa.co.za

27 - 28 Jun 2024 - Johannesburg

Reverse Osmosis Desalination Training Master Class 2024

Johannesburg

Available for Both Online and Classroom Sessions.

Also on 25-26 July 2024, Durban

Our planets’ water reserves are becoming more and more of a scarce resource. Water use for a series of domestic and industrial applications is governed by regulatory compliance requirements and numerous Health & Safety and Environmental (HSE) considerations. At the same time, disposal rules are also becoming increasingly stringent and pose demanding requirements which often require and dictate water treatment. On the other hand, water is priceless and irreplaceable.

Every single drop needs to be managed carefully and sustainably. Drinking water reserves are being depleted faster than the respective replacement and/or regeneration. This is another critical sector that needs careful management and raises once more the need for treatment.

Reverse Osmosis (RO) Desalination provides answers all the above challenges. The areas covered in this Reverse Osmosis Desalination training courses are the use of RO desalination in drinking water production, dialysis water production, landfill leachates treatment, production of ultrapure water in the pharmaceutical industry, polishing of water used in the cosmetics and detergents manufacturing industry, etc.

Contact: Lebo - CSK Business Architects: Tel: 067 173 7913/ 064 045 8286
Whatsapp Line : 0671737913:

admin@cskba.co.za

27 - 28 Jun 2024 - Johannesburg

Understanding the Technical Implications of Developing & Operating a Landfill Workshop Course

VENUE: Southern Sun Hotel, Sandton, Johannesburg.

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:

Acquire knowledge and skills for effective landfill management and design.

Learn about landfill infrastructure, airspace optimization, and risk management.

Gain insights into good landfill management practices and new site design.

Ensure environmental sustainability and regulatory adherence.

Receive a comprehensive manual for future reference.

See the brochure here:- Brochure Landfill _compressed

Contact: Michael Phiri at Luthando Skills & Training : Tel: 087 808 2509
Cell: 073 882 2609:

michael@luthandoskills.co.za

03 - 05 Jul 2024 - Johannesburg

Water & Wastewater Treatment Workshop: Technology, Functions, Operations, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting

VENUE: Southern Sun Hotel Sandton / Virtual

This workshop aims to provide comprehensive insights into the latest advancements, best practices, and challenges in water and wastewater treatment. It will cover a wide range of topics including:

Cutting-edge technologies in water and wastewater treatment

Fundamental functions of treatment processes

Efficient operations and management strategies

Proactive maintenance approaches

Effective troubleshooting techniques

Benefits of attending:

By participating in this workshop, attendees will:

Gain valuable insights into the latest trends and technologies in water and wastewater treatment.

Enhance their understanding of the functions and operations of treatment processes.

Learn effective maintenance strategies to ensure optimal plant performance.

Acquire troubleshooting skills to address common challenges and issues.

Network with industry experts, peers, and solution providers.

The workshop will feature engaging presentations, interactive discussions, case studies, and practical demonstrations to facilitate learning and knowledge exchange.

See the brochure here:- Advanced Water & Wastewater Treatment Workshop

Contact Connie for further details: Tel: 011 862 4001
Cell: 060 578 2984:

connie@mathema.co.za | info@mathema.co.za

08 - 12 Jul 2024 - Online

Hazardous Waste Management Training

Virtual training.

This course aims to equip delegates with the skills to identify, sample, and classify hazardous waste in accordance with applicable legislation. It also covers the correct handling, storage, and transportation requirements for hazardous waste, as well as various reuse, recycling, treatment, and disposal options.

Topics to be covered:
– Waste definitions
– Properties of hazardous waste
– Waste risk assessments, sampling and analysis
– Transportation of dangerous goods
– Waste Classification process
– Determining waste minimisation, reuse, recycling, treatment and/ or disposal requirements

Prerequisite for the course:
It is advisable that learners:
– Have a National Senior Certificate
– Can speak, read, write in English to NQF 4 level
– Have some work experience in the waste industry

View the programme here

For more information: Sanki Tshabangu IWMSA Central Branch:

centralbranch@iwmsa.co.za

23 - 25 Jul 2024 - Durban

Water Governance in South Africa

VENUE: Madeline Grove Guest House, Morningside, Durban.

Water is a finite renewable resource, and life on earth as we know it would not be possible without water.  Water Governance refers to the political, social, economic, legislative and administrative systems in place that influence the use and management of water. CBSS has partnered with the Water Institute of South Africa (WISA), to present a three-day Training Course in Water Governance.

This three-day course has been designed to facilitate understanding of the principles of Water Governance from a Human Rights perspective, as well as of concepts such as Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) in the broader context of human rights, environmental management legislation and the National Water Resource Strategy (NWRS).  It facilitates understanding of water use authorisation and the circumstances under which a WUL is required, as well as of the process to apply for (and amend) a WUL.

For full details click HERE

Contact: Carin Bosman at CBSS (Carin Bosman Sustainable Solutions) :

info@cbss.co.za

24 - 26 Jul 2024 - Johannesburg

Reverse Osmosis Desalination Safeguarding the Sustainability of your Water Resources

Johannesburg/Online :  24-26 July 2024, 13-15 November 2024

Cape Town: 24-26 July 2024, 13-15 November 2024

Durban : 24-26 July 2024, 13-15 November 2024

CASI Construction Academy presents a 3 day Reverse Osmosis Desalination workshop with the theme Safeguarding the Sustainability of your Water Resources. The world’s water reserves are becoming more limited. Regulatory compliance requirements and numerous Health & Safety and Environmental (HSE) considerations govern water use for domestic and industrial purposes. Water treatment is often dictated or required by disposal rules as well, which also become increasingly stringent. Meanwhile, water is irreplaceable and priceless. The management of every drop must be carefully and sustainably done.

Drinking water reserves are being depleted faster than their respective replacement and/or regeneration. This is another critical sector that needs careful management and raises once more the need for treatment. Reverse Osmosis (RO) Desalination provides answers to all the above challenges. The Reverse Osmosis Desalination training course covers a variety of RO desalination techniques, including desalinating drinking water, dialysis water, landfill leachates, ultrapure water production for pharmaceuticals, polishing water for cosmetics, and detergents. The workshop addresses the increasing need for stringent disposal rules and emphasizes the irreplaceable value of water.

Participants in this Reverse Osmosis Desalination training course will receive comprehensive training that covers a wide range of topics. To ensure maximum understanding and retention of the information presented, the course will utilize various learning techniques. These techniques include trainer-guided discussions among participants, where personal experiences will be shared to enhance comprehension. Additionally, case studies and group exercises will be provided to facilitate a comprehensive understanding of the main, current, and future issues in the field of RO water desalination. By engaging in these activities, participants will gain a well-rounded understanding of the subject matter and be able to apply it in real-world scenarios.

By participating in this workshop, attendees will be equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to address specific water challenges using RO Desalination technology. The localized training approach ensures that participants are well-prepared to implement sustainable water management practices and contribute to the conservation of water resources in the region.

See the brochure here:- Reverse Osmosis Desalination-Bn

Contact: Bongani - CASI Construction Academy PTY LTD: cell: 07877005633
Whatsapp: 0794 11 7042:

register@casits.co.ca | register@casi.co.za