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with 3S Media CPD on Demand

Keep your engineering skills up to date with the latest multimedia presentations, contemporary case studies, and concise and powerful articles via our IMIESA digimag and the Infrastructure News website. Our CPD on Demand  videos are a unique part of the offering and can be viewed on any mobile device so there’s no need to sit in a classroom, take time off work or pay expensive course fees.

Boost your skills, further your career and gain Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits without having to sit in a classroom, take time off work or pay expensive fees.

As an engineering professional in South Africa you need 25 credits in 3 different categories over a five-year cycle to renew your professional registration (5 credits must be obtained in Category 1).

CPD on Demand is a convenient online tool for engineers and professionals working for engineering organisations.

With the CPD on Demand solution:

You can now earn 2 CPD credits per year, one in Category 1 from our CPD on Demand programme and one in Category 3 when you subscribe to our industry publications. These 2 CPD credits cost less than attending just one CPD event.

Access courses on your choice of device

Whether you are an engineer working in a remote part of the country, or someone based in one of our major cities, 3S Media’s CPD on Demand offers convenient online training via your personal choice of device.

Access CPD on Demand via:

Mobile: Tablet: Laptop: Desktop

About the Technical and non-technical video’s and articles:

CPD on Demand gives you access to technical video’s and articles delivered by industry experts. Whether you want to advance your technical knowledge or develop your professional skills, CPD on Demand has a video or article for you.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours

All our online videos are validated for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits in accordance with Engineers Council of South Africa CPD rules.

For more information please contact Loretha Mwayera on or 011 233 2600.