School of Concrete Technology prepares for busy 2016

20 October 2015

The 2016 Education Programme of the School of Concrete Technology (SCT), operated by The Concrete Institute, is now available.
John Roxburgh, lecturer at SCT Midrand, says the need for skills upliftment in the construction industry has never been more vital as South Africa prepares for the long-awaited roll out of tenders in the Presidential Strategic Infrastructure Projects (SIPs) in 2016.

The School of Concrete Technology is South Africa’s leading provider of education in concrete technology with its broad spectrum of courses, and caters for a wide variety of educational needs within the construction, mining and concrete-related industries.
“A SCT qualification in concrete technology will open doors in many different fields of employment at a critical time in South Africa’s infrastructural development,” he adds.

Training courses offered by the SCT are aimed at industries such as:
• Readymix concrete;
• Admixtures;
• Testing laboratories;
• Construction and civil engineering;
• Mining;
• Aggregate production;
• Materials;
• Related industries such as formwork, precast concrete, concrete products, and concrete production machinery; and
• The increasingly popular decorative concrete market.

The SCT will also present the Advanced Concrete Technology (SCT50 ACT) diploma in 2016 and in 2018. This internationally acclaimed qualification is presented by the SCT and examined by the Institute of Concrete Technology in London.
More information from Rennisha Sewnarain on Tel:+27(0)113150300/

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