EVENTS

SARPA Training Courses
Branch Events
Training August 2019
Training October 2019
Webinars
Branch Events

Meeting Schedule 2021

DateEvent
15 JulyBranch Meeting
12 AugustBranch Meeting
18 August Executive Meeting
25 AugustWebinar
16 SeptemberBranch Meeting
14 OctoberBranch Meeting
11 NovemberBranch Meeting
23 November Executive Meeting
24 NovemberWebinar
Training August 2019

The objective of this course is to provide participants with specialist knowledge regarding Revenue Protection and Infrastructure crime-related processes and best practices, in order to enable them to provide professional services to Utilities.

DATE:  Monday, 26 August 2019 – Wednesday, 28 August 2019
VENUE:
 Balmoral Lodge, 13 Constable Street, De La Haye, Cape Town

This course’s main focus is to assist in developing Revenue Protection Specialists for the Southern Africa environment. Experts will be sharing their knowledge regarding Revenue Protection and infrastructure related crimes practices and processes that will enable individuals to become unique in this very challenging environment. The course will involve different mediums of training processes and site visits to a meter testing facility, Utility Revenue Protection Department and a Metal Theft Unit.

CLICK HERE FOR THE PROGRAMME

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
1) Revenue Protection Supervisors and Managers
2) Revenue Protection Data Analysts
3) Revenue Recovery Specialists
4) Utility Legal Advisors
5) Utility Law Enforcement Officials
6) Utility Credit Control Managers

Please note that this course takes place directly after the 2019 SARPA Convention which is also taking place in the Western Cape.

CERTIFICATION
Each participant will receive a manual and other handouts as well as a certificate when successfully completing the course.

NOTE: Registration is limited to 20 delegates, book now to avoid disappointment

REGISTRATION:
R6500 – Including Accommodation
R5000 – Excluding Accommodation

ACCOMMODATION:
Accommodation for 3 days will be provided to participants at the Balmoral Lodge in Bellville should you register with ‘including accommodation’.


Please note that this course is now fully booked

Training October 2019

The objective of this course is to provide participants with specialist knowledge regarding Revenue Protection and Infrastructure crime-related processes and best practices, in order to enable them to provide professional services to Utilities.

DATE:  Monday, 21 October 2019 – Wednesday, 23 October 2019
VENUE:
 Balmoral Lodge, 13 Constable Street, De La Haye, Cape Town

This course’s main focus is to assist in developing Revenue Protection Specialists for the Southern Africa environment. Experts will be sharing their knowledge regarding Revenue Protection and infrastructure related crimes practices and processes that will enable individuals to become unique in this very challenging environment. The course will involve different mediums of training processes and site visits to a meter testing facility, Utility Revenue Protection Department and a Metal Theft Unit.

CLICK HERE FOR THE PROGRAMME

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
1) Revenue Protection Supervisors and Managers
2) Revenue Protection Data Analysts
3) Revenue Recovery Specialists
4) Utility Legal Advisors
5) Utility Law Enforcement Officials
6) Utility Credit Control Managers

CERTIFICATION
Each participant will receive a manual and other handouts as well as a certificate when successfully completing the course.

NOTE: Registration is limited to 20 delegates, book now to avoid disappointment

REGISTRATION:
R6500 – Including Accommodation
R5000 – Excluding Accommodation

ACCOMMODATION:
Accommodation for 3 days will be provided to participants at the Balmoral Lodge in Bellville should you register with ‘including accommodation’.

Please note that this course is now fully booked

Webinars

SARPA Branch web meeting: 10 June 2021 

SARPA Branch web meeting: 13 May 2021 

SARPA Webinar: 28 April 2021

SARPA Branch web meeting: 8 April 2021

SARPA and IMPSA Webinar: 24 February 2021

SARPA branch web meeting: 11 February 2021

SARPA Webinar: 27 January 2021

SARPA Mpumalanga Branch web meeting: 27 August 2020

SARPA Webinar: 6 May 2019