About the Programme
The Construction, Engineering and Public Works Inspection Programme that is aimed at improving inspectors’ skills, techniques, reporting and data collection systems using latest technologies. This programme aims to address inspection issues in public works despite the unavailability of work tools, low morale, budget constraints, long supply chain management processes and a lack of skilled personnel.
The objective of the programme is to provide crucial information needed by inspectors to carry out their duties skillfully. Milla SA welcomes you to this programme for beginners as well as professionals who want to get the latest developments in public works inspection. For the past 5 years, Milla SA has successfully hosted hundreds of public works inspectors across the country. We are taking public works inspection to the highest level this year by bringing you the latest developments in line with international standards. This is an opportunity to improve inspection by learning about basic and advanced engineering principles, construction materials and methods, and inspection techniques.
Benefits of attending
- Identify more duties and responsibilities of a public works inspector.
- Learn appropriate inspection techniques.
- Learn how to acquire data and prepare an inspection report.
- Identify and assist in quality control tests and inspection on cement concrete.
- Learn material handling and installation and testing of water, sewer, and underground wiring facilities.
- Discuss ethics of inspection work.
Building Inspector, Civil Engineers, Construction Inspectors, Construction Site Managers Construction Supervisors, Contract Managers, Department of Labour Officials/Public Works/Roads & Transport, Electrical Inspectors, Engineering Managers Environmental Practitioners, Facilities Managers Home Engineering & Construction Underwriters, Legal Practitioners dealing with Construction, Material Testing Technicians, Mechanical/Engineering Inspectors, Municipal Engineers/ Officers/Inspectors, Plant Managers, Plumbing Inspectors, Inspectors who have limited formal training in the field, engineering technicians who are newly assigned to inspection, Maintenance supervisors who inspect the work of contractors, Testing lab personnel who provide testing and inspection services, Engineers who are new to inspection or want a comprehensive review, Engineers who design and write specifications for work that requires inspection, Managers of construction who want to improve their inspection operation.
Dr Abimbola Windapo | Professor & Editor, Journal of Construction Business and Management at the Department of Construction Economics and Management | University of Cape Town
- Read Speaker BioDr. Abimbola Windapo is a Professor at the Department of Construction Economics and Management at the University of Cape Town, with more than 28 years of experience in the construction industry. She is a registered Construction Project Manager with the SA Council for the Project and Construction
Management Profession (SACPCMP) and Registered Builder with CORBON. Her research focus is in the area of construction industry development from a performance and practice perspective
Mr Rudolf Opperman
Technical Advisor: Architecture and National Building Regulations | National Regulator For Compulsory Specifications
- Read Speaker BioMr Rudolf Opperman is the Technical Advisor for Architecture and the National Building Regulations to the National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications. The NRCS is also the Building Regulator on behalf of the Department of trade and Industry. Mr Opperman was a Building Control Officer in the employ of the City of Johannesburg for 17 years before joining the NRCS. During his tenure as an Assistant Director at the Building Control Department of the City, he honed his skills as a building regulator. Prior to his tenure with the City of Johannesburg he was employed with the Architectural firm Osmond Lange as a Project Architect. Rudolf Opperman left the architectural field after 6 years exemplary service, to take up a career within the regulatory environment. At the time of his departure from the Architectural profession, he had risen to the level of an associated partner in one of the bigger architectural firms within South Africa.
This programme has been approved as a University of Cape Town short course for 2021, according to University policy. The participants who attend the course will receive a University of Cape Town certification.
- Accredited by SACPCMP (8 CPD hours)
- Accredited by ECSA with 3 CPD points
- Accredited with SAIAT for SACAP registered professionals with Category 1 CPD activity
Construction Engineering and Public Works Inspection Programme 2021 (CEPWI)
R 8,613.50 Including VAT