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Training stipends for Highveld Branch

On 1 April 2016, the Highveld branch handed over training stipends from the Construction Education and Training Authority (CETA) to the value of some R53 580. The recipients were electrical contracting companies Funganani Electrical and Immelman Electrical. Speaking at the event, ECA(SA) national directior Mark Mfikoe noted that the handover of the funds was a “milestone” […]

Stipend invoices paid at Highveld Branch

  On 22 May 2015, four ECA Highveld members, employers who provide training for apprentices through the Construction Sector Education and Training Authority (CETA), received their stipend invoices at the ECA(SA) Highveld Branch office. The Highveld branch marked the event by means of a staff braai at its offices in Edenvale, Gauteng. The companies who […]

Registered employees take more responsibility

  Service delivery and the broader economy require not just more engineering graduates, but more registered engineering professionals who able to take responsibility and make decisions independently while ensuring the highest level of quality and safety. This is why organisations must work towards developing all engineering staff towards professional registration with the Engineering Council of […]

Mark Mfikoe appointed new ECA(SA) national director

Following the early departure of Jill Godden, Mark Mfikoe, former president of the Electrical Contractors Association of South Africa or ECA(SA), has been appointed the association’s national director, effective 1 May 2014. Mfikoe’s association with the ECA began in 1997 when he was introduced to the organisation’s structures by then president Callie Pieterse. By 2003 […]