INDUTEC 2017 features a three-day seminar and conference programme, dedicated to the supply chain in the conveyance of liquids, gases and slurries.

Speakers from across Africa include Emmanuel Charumbira, Gijima Technologies, Mfundi Songo, Senior Manager, Planning & GIS, Power Delivery Eskom, Shepard Mpambela, Senior Managing Consultant IBM and Ernie Muller, Chairman, SA Pumps Cluster.

The first two days focus on the PVP sector with the third day focused on water sector in sub-/Saharan Africa including policy, funds and technology. Sessions over the three days include
  • Overcoming local industry challenges
  • How the Industrial Internet of Things will manifest in the pumps and valves market
  • Cutting your losses - The role of the PVP industry in improving efficiency through short turnaround times
  • Sustainable solutions to water scarcity
FULL CONFERENCE PROGRAMME HERE
For the first time PVP Live and WaterTec conference sessions are CPD certified. That's Continuing Professional Development (CPD), the term used to describe the commitment to lifelong learning.

Employers and institutions are increasingly adopting a more structured approach to learning in order to retain key staff and develop the skills and knowledge in the organisation to maintain a sustainable and competitive advantage.

And CPD accreditation ensures courses adhere to the highest educational standards and international benchmarks of quality and learning.

There is no fixed approach to CPD and different professional institutes and associations will have their own interpretation of courses and requirements.

CPD benefits individuals by fostering a culture of continuous personal improvement, skills development and knowledge sharing.

FULL CONFERENCE PROGRAMME HERE

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