The CREATING THE LEADING-EDGE (CLE) 2022 is inviting nominations to attend the programme. The CLE is endorsed by Universities South Africa (USAf)’s HELM Programme, for its relevance and responsiveness to developing and supporting the leadership and management knowledge and skills required, for greater efficiency and effectiveness in the systems, processes, people and technology requirements of our universities.
Today Western Cape Government in partnership with the Cape Higher Education Consortium (CHEC) hosted a virtual Gender Symposium. The event called on the regional universities’ researchers as well as practitioners to highlight challenges as well as evidence based case studies to help to craft impactful responses within the region.
CHEC has sent a letter supporting Cape Town's bid to become the World Design Capital in 2014. In addition, the four universities have collected information about qualifications / programmes as well as Centres and Institutes that contribute to making Cape Town a "design city", i.e. a city that uses design to develop solutions that make an impact in addressing socio-economic challenges.
The photographs below were taken at a recent workshop at the University of the Western Cape where the guests gathered to hear CHEC students' presentations on their work in Disaster Risk Science and where the new publication, RADAR, was launched.