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The best in concrete technology training

For decades the Cement and Concrete Institute’s School of Concrete Technology (SCT) has been trusted as the most authoritative provider of concrete technology training in South Africa.  Petrus Jooste, education and training manager at the C&CI, says the school places a high priority on staying at the forefront of concrete technology and continuously upgrades its courses accordingly.
today20 Apr 2011

Top training in concrete technology

 The Cement & Concrete Institute’s School of Concrete Technology’s Advanced Concrete Technology (ACT) diploma course is recognised globally as the pinnacle in concrete training. Presented every two years under the auspices of the UK Institute of Concrete Technology (ICT), this high-level course is aimed at qualified and experienced civil engineers, cement chemists, concrete technologists and technicians. Students come from the building, construction and mining industries and suppliers of cement, aggregates, admixtures, precast concrete and readymix concrete.
today9 Mar 2015

Beware of imitations

The Concrete Institute’s School of Concrete Technology (SCT) has for decades been trusted as the most authoritative provider of concrete technology training in South Africa. However, according to John Roxburgh, lecturer at the SCT, a number of opportunistic training touters are now popping up in South Africa.
today22 Sep 2015

Thorough knowledge of concrete and its components is a must for civil engineers

An in-depth knowledge of concrete technology is important for civil engineers to perform key construction projects adequately and responsibly, says Gary Theodosiou, lecturer at the Concrete Institute's School of Concrete Technology which will be presenting another Advanced Concrete Technology (ACT) course from January 2016.
today7 May 2013

The end of an era as the C&CI closes

After 75 years of serving the construction industry in South Africa, the Cement & Concrete Institute (C&CI) closed down at the end of April this year following the resignation of the Institute’s main funding members: the SA cement producers.