Yesterday (Wednesday, 1 February 2017), three rescue personnel the Durban University of Technology’s Emergency Medical Care and Rescue Department, participated in a risky rescue where a trench on a construction site had collapsed, injuring two men.
The rescue was a team effort between the SAPS Search and Rescue unit, SAPS K9 unit, Durban Fire Department and DUT’S Emergency Medical Care and Rescue Department.
InvoTech, the business incubator at the Durban University of Technology, hosted its fourth Business Breakfast on Monday, 23 January 2017, at the Southern Sun Elangeni Hotel, Durban.
The business breakfasts, which will be held monthly, are an opportunity for the business incubator to inspire entrepreneurs as well as build real relationships while obtaining personal business development.
Twenty-two (22) newly appointed staff members were officially welcomed to the Durban University of Technology by means of a three-day academic induction workshop organised by the Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT), last week.
An induction programme is a process used within many businesses and organisations to welcome new employees to a company and prepare them for their new role.