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Our company’s group history spans over 60 years of providing quality engineering, project management, training, and development services both nationally and internationally. This has enabled us to offer and provide high quality, technical development programmes to the engineering industry. Our programs are facilitated by experienced and professionally registered facilitators with years of industry exposure and training experience. Our training programs utilize subject matter experts as facilitators, some of which are based in South Africa, England, and Brazil.

Our services include skills development and training programs that are designed for all levels of your organisation, including directors, managers, supervisors, foremen, technical and non-technical staff. Our programs are strategically designed to expose candidates to the relevant skills and knowledge required for them to make informed decisions and thrive in their related fields of employment. Where applicable, our programs will assist attendees to meet the requirements for Continuous Professional Development (CPD). Bosch Ulwazi also offers programs to assist Project managers and Construction managers with SACPCMP registration.

We are also proud to have received approval from the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) for our Commitment and Undertaking to develop engineers, technologists, and technicians. The Engineer in Training (EIT) programme has been developed and successfully facilitated by us for several years to assist, develop, and enable engineering candidates to achieve their professional registration status with ECSA.

Our training and skills development offering includes, but is not limited to:

  • The development of Engineering graduates;
  • The development of project managers;
  • Advanced technical skills programs that are CPD rated;
  • The law relating to construction contracts and claims;
  • General conditions of contract (GCC) 2015 training;
  • Mentoring skills;
  • Report writing skills;
  • Sugar processing and technical modular programs;
  • Learnerships;
  • Construction related training programs;
  • Road construction and supervision training;
  • Operations in the motor industry; and
  • New venture creation.