African NDT Centre celebrates Women’s Day
This year African NDT Centre took the opportunity to show appreciation for all the special women in the workplace by heading to Urban Bistro, a cozy eatery tucked away in Manhattan Office Park, for a Women’s Day “cake and tea”.
Seated outside, soaking up the winter morning sunshine, we indulged in scrumptious savoury bites served in the form of Mediterranean and Tapas Platters, accompanied by the finest selection of teas and coffees.
The highlight was being served delectable slices of shortbread-crusted vanilla chiffon cake, with mixed berry buttercream, topped with cheesecake truffles – it tasted even better than it looked!
Mouthwatering edibles, endless conversation (and laughter) among remarkable women – a morning well spent! ?
“It is in celebrating our commonalities, our differences and our individuality that we can support each other and prosper through respect and diversity.”
We are excited to announce our new website!
We have spent a good amount of hours working on this project and think it turned out great. Changes have been made to our menus, and the site is now fully mobile and tablet compatible. Much of our content as been restructured so as to put more information available to our users.
We have added more information, we have spruced up the look and feel, we have created a nice look and feel and simplified much of the more complex functions. We did keep all the important stuff though, just added more and streamlined some. If you need one of our official documents, have a look at our document downloads page, if you want to contact us, you can either find us on the contact us page or send us an inquiry through the contact form.
We have a brand new page under the about us drop-down menu which introduces the Andtc team.
Please have a look and tell us what you guys think.
Congratulations to the third two winners in our PCN Exam Competition!
The names of these winners were drawn from students that applied for PCN exams during August 2016 or entered for the competition via our website during August 2016. They have each won a PCN examination of their choice!
- Wessel Nel (who wrote PT2 and MT2 PCN exams)
- Louandi Potgieter (one of our previous students who entered via the website)
Entries for the next round of the competition closes on 30 September 2016 and the names of the winners will be drawn on Tuesday 4 October 2016.
One entry per person per month from the website is allowed (every month up to the end of 2016), but you but you can apply for as many PCN exams as you want to!
Thank you to Mark du Plessis (one of our ET2 students) who drew the winners for us!