|Association of Mine Resident Engineers of South Africa|
|The Association of Mine Resident Engineers of South Africa, which consists of some 500 members drawn from hard rock gold, platinum and other metalliferous mining operations, was established in 1924. The main objectives of the Association have always been to originate and promote the general advancement of all matters appertaining to the work of engineers within the mining industry and at all times strive to protect the interests of its members.|
|Computer Society of South Africa|
|Computer Society South Africa [CSSA] focuses its activities, events and publications in five primary areas:
ICT Policy representing industry practitioners at Government level.
Education and training to elevate the level of ICT capability in South Africa.
Professional development and advancement. Employers of CSSA members know that the membership vetting process is thorough and responsible.
Community development, in terms of projects, that enhances the standards and levels of ICT for the greater good of the country.
Transformation in ICT-E. CSSA supports the ICT Charter Working Group www.ictcharter.org.za and the Department of Trade and Industry's BEE database of empowered companies www.thedti.gov.za
With over 3000 members throughout South Africa CSSA is widely recognised as a professional body in South Africa for ICT practitioners.The CSSA is a dynamic organisation, moving with its industry and facilitating change and development for the benefit of all.|
|Engineering Council of South Africa|
|The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) is a statutory body established in terms of the Engineering Profession Act, 2000 (Act No. 46 of 2000). ECSA's predecessor was established by the Engineering Profession of South Africa Act, 1990 (Act 114 of l990).|
|Institute of Professional Engineering Technologists|
|"The Institute of Professional Engineering Technologists is committed to:
- The advancement of technologists of all engineering disciplines by representing them and promoting matters affecting them on a national and international basis.
- Obtaining due recognition for engineering technologists in all spheres of society and improving public relations for them.
- Consulting with and providing the Engineering Council of South Aftica with information and advice affecting engineering technologists.
- Promoting the education and training of engineering technologists through liaison with the relevant educational institutions and employers and the encouragement of professional development.
- Encouragement of communication between societies with engineering technologists amongst their members and the Institute by regular liaison, consultation and other suitable means.
- The study of proposed legislation affecting engineering technologists and initiating any necessary action.
Strive for a unified engineering profession.|
|National Metrology Institute of South Africa|
|The National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA) is responsible for maintaining the SI units and to maintain and develop primary scientific standards of physical quantities for SA and compare those standards with other national standards to ensure global measurement equivalence. It must also provide reference analysis in the case of a measurement dispute and maintain and develop primary methods for chemical analysis to certify reference materials for SA and the region.|
|SAIEE - South African Institute of Electrical Engineers|
|"Dedicated to the interest of professional Electrical and Electronic Engineering in South Africa"
The South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, formed in 1909, has grown to the extent that there are approximately 6000 members on its membership roll. Members are professionally engaged in the full range of engineering activities, including academic research, manufacturing, electronics, telecommunications, measurement and control, mining, and power infra-structural services. They make meaningful contributions of the quality of life to the community and to the steady advancement of technology. Their efforts are acknowledged in many countries of the world.
The Institute contributes to the common interests and welfare of the whole engineering fraternity through close co-operation with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA).|
|South African Council for Professional & Technical Surveyors|
|To provide for the establishment of a South African Council for Professional and Technical Surveyors, for the registration of professional
surveyors, professional survey ors in training, surveyor s, survey technicians and survey technicians in training, and for matters
|South African Institute of Mechanical Engineers|
|The South African Institution of Mechanical Engineering (SAIMechE) is the senior body representing the discipline of mechanical engineering in South Africa. It covers all fields of application as diverse as automobile, energy generation, process engineering, heavy manufacture, design, management, research, mining and education. SAIMechE is a voluntary association of Mechanical Engineers, Technologists and Technicians that have access to various grades of membership and the associated benefits. SAIMechE celebrated its centenary in 1992, marking the event with a number of valuable activities. Of particular note was the publication of the book "A century of Mechanical Engineering" copies of which can be obtained from the national office in Bruma, and the launching of the Technology Olympiad to provide early exposure to secondary school children of the world of mechanical engineering via an annual interschool competition that has now become a benchmark in effective Olympiads.|
|Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM)|
|The SAIMM is a professional institute with local and international links aimed at assisting members source news and views about technological developments in the mining, metallurgical and related sectors as well as embracing a professional code of ethics.The SAIMM also attempts to fulfill what it sees as its obligations to the various communities and the environment in terms of the SAIMM’s Charter. In addition, the institute is active in bringing together the mining and metallurgical fraternity in terms of research, shared-experiences, education, personnel as well as students.|
|The Chamber of Engineering Technology|
|The Chamber of Engineering Technology is a body representing Registered Engineering Practitioners in South Africa. It is an Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) recognised Voluntary Association . ECSA is the South African statutory body which is constituted in terms of the Engineering Professions Act 46 of 2000. The Chamber is thus an organisation with which ECSA liaises on all matters relating to Engineering Practitioners . The liaison includes education, qualifications, experience and registration matters. The Chamber through its nominated members serves on the ECSA Council, Executive, Education, Registration, University of Technology Accreditation and other committees. The Chamber is a multi disciplinary, non political, voluntary association not for gain. It monitors engineering education and training standards and cares for the interests of its members wherever possible.|
|The Institute of Mine Surveyors of South Africa|
|The primary objectives of the Institute are to advance the science and practice of mine surveying and allied disciplines, to promote and protect the character and interests of the profession of mine surveying and to foster professional etiquette.
The Institute of Mine Surveyors is also actively involved with the education and training of mine surveyors and is affiliated to the International Society for Mine Surveying (ISM) and the South African Council for Professional and Technical Surveyors (PLATO), which is our registration body.|
|The Institution of Certificated Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, South Africa|
|The Institution of Certificated Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, South Africa, is the only learned and vocational institution that caters for all certificated electrical and mechanical engineers in South Africa.
It is also the only institution for certificated engineers that enjoys statutory recognition in terms of the Engineering Profession of South Africa Act.|