Welcome to SAICE Young Members Panel
Addition To The Lower Level

About

The SAICE YMP is a voluntary committee compose of young engineers from the industry. The YMP seeks to unify civil engineering professionals to encourage and ultimately standardise a culture of strict professional and ethical behaviour among all SAICE members.

Vision

To create an environment which encourages up-and-coming civil engineers and young engineers to develop a working relationship with SIACE through involvement, training opportunities and networking activities.

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The Credo of the African Engineering Practitioner

I am an Engineering practitioner and my profession I and in my profession I take deep pride. To it, I owe solemn obligations.

Since the origins of humanity, human progress has been spurred by the engineering genius. The engineering profession has made usable nature’s vast resources of material and energy for humanity’s benefits. Engineering practitioners have vitalized, and turned to practice use, the principles of science and the means of technology. Were if not for this heritage of accumulated experience, my efforts would be feeble.

I pledge to practice integrity and fair dealing, tolerance and respect, and to uphold devotion to the standards and dignity of my profession, conscious always that my skill carries with it, the obligation to serve the public good, by making the most sustainable use of earth’s precious resources.

I shall participate in none but honest enterprises. When needed, my skill and knowledge shall be given without reservation. In the performance of duty and in fidelity to my profession, I shall give the utmost.

Objectives
Service

To service the expanding needs of young engineer and graduate engineers in the development of their careers.

Develop

To Develop and support a culture of lifelong learning by assisting in providing and organising courses added by SAICE Education and training.

Provide

Provide career guidance to secondary and tertiary educational institution, by promoting the need for civil engineers to share dedication, frustrations, concerns and achievements with others through the administration of social network facilities.

Encourage

Encourage young engineers to get involved in local SAICE Branch activities, and encourage branches to create an atmosphere that accommodates and supports the needs and desires of young and graduating engineers.

Assist

To Assist the civil engineering industry in the developing good young engineering professionals at an early stage in their careers.

Generation Gap

To act as a catalyst for filling the wised generation gap in the civil engineering profession.

Student Chapters

The SAICE student chapter is a voluntary groupings of students from tertiary institutions where degrees and diplomas in civil engineering are offered. The role of the student chapters to create unity and encouraging student involvement in the engineered world beyond the classroom.

SAICE provides a backbone framework for this goal to be realised, by offering free student membership, it is also the role of the student chapter to facilitate the members in terms of recruitment and social or professional involvement in civil engineering.

UJ DFC Student Chapter
Vaal Tech Student Chapter
Stellenbosch Student Chapter
UKZN Student Chapter
TUT Student Chapter
TUK Student Chapter
NMMU Student Chapter
DUT Student Chapter
UJ Auckland Park Student Chapter
CPUT Student Chapter
UCT Student Chapter
WITS Student Chapter
Central University of Technology, Free State
Student Chapters
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CONGRATS TO THE UJ CIVILS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG

was the winner for 2015

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UJ CIVILS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG

Reciving the Award

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CONGRATS TO THE UCT STUDENT CHAPTER

2014 STUDENT CHAPTER OF THE YEAR

Contact

Physical Address:

SAICE House, Block 19,

Thornhill Office Park,

Bekker Street,

Vorna Valley X21,

Midrand

Postal Address:

Private Bag X200,

Halfway House,

1685

Contact Numbers:

Tel: (011) 805-5947/48/53

Fax: (011) 805-597

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