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Basics of explosion protection in hazardous - Stage I (MET-ASE 2001)

Course Details (Ufafanuzi wa kozi)

Course title: 

Basics of explosion protection in hazardous areas.

Course code: MET-ASE 2001
Department: Legal and Industrial Metrology
Date: 4th to 6th March
Place:  College of Business Education, Dar es Salaam
Mode/Method of study   Training will involve both theory (three days of theory)
Language of instruction will be Kiswahili & English

Rationally of the course (Lengo kuu la mafunzo):

Basics of explosion protection in hazardous areas. The course intended at training of basics of explosion protection in industrial areas and the classification of industrial areas where explosion or fire can occur. The objective of the course is to conduct training of basic protection of explosion in hazardous areas caused by electrical equipment and related modules for staffs based on worldwide reorganized International Electro-technical commission (IEC) in which IECEx Recognized ASE Technology Group as Training provider. The course will basically highlight;

1.Selection of electrical equipment
2.Differences between ATEX, NEC, IECEx scheme
3.Explosion groups
4.Temperature Classes
5.Minimum ignition temperature
6.Explosion zones Zones and Divisions
7.Equipment Classification
                    1.Categories
                    2.Equipment Protection Level
8. Marking for gas and dust
9. Types of Protection
10. Installation techniques
11. TESTING AND CERTIFICATION

Target Participants;

The training expected to greatly benefit;

> Responsible personnel’s, managers, trainers, Inspectors, electrical, electronics, instrumentation and measurements equipment technicians, the closely working personnel’s and engineers on the followings:
> Oil and gas production and processing plants:
               - onshore
               - offshore:
> Platforms, FPSO (Floating Production Storage Offloading vessels)
> Oil and gas tankers, drilling ships
> Oil refineries
> Petrochemical and Chemical processing plants
> Gas pipelines and distribution centers
> Refueling stations or petrol stations
> Underground coal mines
> Printing industries, paper and textiles
> Surface coating industries
> Grain handling and storage and processing (flour-milling industry)
> Sugar plants, Cement Plants
> Light metal working, where metal dust and fine particles can appear
> Woodworking areas
> Transporters of oil and gas.

Course Fee:

Private and Company delegate. Tsh 300,000/=

Contacts for further Details (Mawasiliano)

Training Coordinators
Mr. Ishigita Lucas Shunashu
Mr. John Sullah
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+255 714 804119
+255789033298

CBE Research, Consultancy and Training Coordinator:
Ms Neema Kitonka
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+255 782 003350 or +255 746 832273

Payment (Malipo)

The control number for payment will be provided to interested person on enquiry.

 

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Weigh Scale Repair and Maintenance  - Stage I (TECH-SC 0520)

Course Details (Ufafanuzi wa kozi)

Course title: 

 Weigh Scale Repair Stage I (Mechanical and Digital Scales).

Course code: MET-SC 1219
Department: Legal and Industrial Metrology
Date: 17th February 2020 to 22nd February 2020
Place:  College of Business Education, Dodoma
Mode/Method of study   Training will involve both theory and practical (three days of theory and three days of practical)
Language of instruction will Kiswahili & English

Rationally of the course (Lengo kuu la mafunzo):

Basic Weighing Scale Repair (Mechanical and Digital Scales). The course intended at training weighing scale technicians on the basic hands-on skills of repairing mechanical and digital weighing scales. The course will basically highlight;

>Installation of weighing scale ranging from portable pedestal weighing scale to weighbridge platform
>Repairing and Servicing of Mechanical and Digital Scales
>Calibration of Mechanical and Digital Scales
>Weights and Measures Laws and Regulation pertaining to weighing instruments and practices

Target Participants;

The training expected to greatly benefit;

>Licensed and non-licensed scale technicians
>Industrial technicians
>Scales calibration Personnel
>Sellers and Suppliers of scales
>Scales and weighbridge operators

Course Fee:

Private and Company delegate. Tsh 200,000/=

Contacts for further Details (Mawasiliano)

Training Coordinator
Mr. Ishigita Lucas Shunashu
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+255 714 804119

CBE Research, Consultancy and Training Coordinator:
Ms Neema Kitonka
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+255 782 003350 or +255 746 832273

Payment (Malipo)

Payments should be done in advance through control number which will be provided on request.

 

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Systematic Review From 24th to 27th March, 2020


The main objective of this workshop is to equip participants with necessary hands-on skills to conduct systematic review and Meta-analysis. Participants will gain knowledge and skills on how to synthesize evidence and use it to inform policy and decision making.
 The evidence for making policy, programme and practice decisions is best based on careful analyses and syntheses of multiple studies.


TOPICS TO BE COVERED
    Overview of systematic review process & reporting standards and guidelines for systematic reviews
    Problem formulation, and developing review questions in the African context
    Development of protocol & identifying protocol databases
    Finding sources of evidence from structured and unstructured databases and sources of grey literature 
    Construction of complex and comprehensive search strategies and text mining in online databases & updating literature and tools for managing references
    Study selection process & data extraction process
    Covidence tool for managing the systematic review process
    Quality assessment, risk of bias and meta-analysis for systematic reviews


  WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
    Interested academic staff, researchers, information professionals, government ministry representatives, civil society representatives, postgraduate students from different institutions
    To maximize the productivity, participants are encouraged to have research ideas that they wish to work on groups


DATE & VENUE
    Date: 24th – 27th March, 2020
    The College of Business Education (CBE) – MWANZA, Tanzania
    Time: 1.00 pm to 5.00 pm


DELIVARABLES
The four days course will have the selected protocols registered and published in a selected systematic review database. Following registration of the protocols, facilitators will continue to guide the review process by teams through publication of the systematic reviews within agreeable timeline


COURSE FEES:
The course fee of TZS 350,000 (for Tanzanians) and equivalent of US$ 200.00 (for foreigners) covers costs of facilitation, training materials (stationery and other consumables), venue, light refreshments and lunch during session. Participants/clients are expected to meet their transport costs to and from the venue, accommodation, healthcare and other allowances if applicable for participants. Payments should be done in advance.  Please pay your fee through TWIGA BANKCORP bank: Account Number 01TZS204200420601, Account Name CBE Consultancy Bureau.

FACILITATORS
The workshop will be facilitated by experienced facilitators from the College of Business Education


CONFIRMATION
You are requested to confirm your participation before 20th March, 2020


Contact Details
Ms. Neema  Kitonka
Consultancy Bureau.
P. O. Box 1968
Dar es Salaam
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Fax: +255 22 2150122
Mob: +255 782 003 350

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History of CBE

The COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION (CBE) was established in 1965 by the Act of the Parliament. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION Act No. 31 of 1965. His Excellency, J.K. Nyerere, the first President of the United Republic of Tanzania officially opened the new College in January 1965. The College was officially named the “College of Business Education” (CBE). The said Act of Parliament gives the College its legal status as an autonomous institution with its Governing Body. The College shall be governed and administered in accordance with the provisions of this Act.

CONTACT US

The origin of the College of Business Education (CBE) is closely linked to the history of the Nation itself.

Address : Bibi Titi Mohamed Rd. P. O. Box 1968, Dar es Salaam

Hotline : +255-022-2150177