As part of recognising and celebrating the industry’s “unsung heroes”, the Southern African Institute of Steel Construction will be hosting its second “Women in Steel” event on 8 August 2019 at the Woodmead Country Club.
The SAISC will be hosting an industry networking breakfast on 19 July 2019 at the Woodmead JHB Country Club.
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The SAISC will be hosting a "Structural Inspection and Maintenance Management for Mines and Plants" training session.
The SAISC will be hosting it's annual Golf Day on the 13th of June 2019 at the Randpark Golf Club.
This 1-day Basics of Steel course aims to show newcomers to the industry, or non-technical support staff the features, correct uses, as well as how to avoid making potentially dangerous mistakes when ordering or recommending structural steel products.
This new "Hands On" basic connections course will include all the general information from the previous courses but will concentrate on the candidate undertaking numerous calculations of typical and practical connection problems.
Part of our mandate as an institute is to promote the use of steel in construction. We believe that empowering our members to understand and utilise social media effectively is a step toward achieving that mandate.
The morning session is an opportunity to connect and collaborate with other members and peers of the steel industry.
The course is presented by Spencer Erling and consists of 15 x 2.5 Hour Contact Sessions – held over a 12 week period.
These courses are for the rain makers in the Industry. Anyone involved in business development, management and developing strategy for their businesses will benefit.
The course is aimed at new as well as practising builders and building contractors of light steel frame buildings. Attendees must at least have passed Grade 12, and be able to read building plans.
Join us for an energising morning, hear about progress being made in the steel industry, and join the discussion on how to continue to move the industry forward.