Engineer Nancy N. Masiyiwa – Chamisa
MSc. Mechanical Engineering (CUJAE, Havana, Cuba) ,MSc. Manufacturing Systems & Operations Management (University of Zimbabwe)
MBA (Eastern & Southern African Management Institute – ESAMI: Arusha – Tanzania) ,Research Methods (University of Zimbabwe)
0772 377 657 or 202211 Extn 17006
To be the leading centre of excellence in the development and delivery of continuing engineering education in the nation and the region
To identify, develop, market, organize and deliver high quality training programmes and consultancy in areas of continuing engineering education, through collaborative partnerships locally, regionally and internationally.
Background to CCEE
The Centre for Continuing Engineering Education (CCEE) was established in June 2004 by the Faculty of Engineering to keep local and regional engineers up to date with the latest in technology and improvements in the execution of specialised technical tasks and to generate income for the Faculty as well as for the University. All Faculty engineering consultancy programmes, diploma courses and short courses are executed through this Centre.
The main activity of the Centre since 2004 has been running short courses and training programmes targeted primarily at practising engineering professionals in Zimbabwe and the Southern African region. Since then, CCEE has demonstrated capability to develop and successfully offer customised courses for specific organizational requirements. Such courses have been run at the client’s premises and in some cases, at avenue selected by the client.
The Centre is also now offering consultancy services in areas such as energy, mining, construction and manufacturing. In addition to this, in the near future, the Centre will be running seminars, symposia, conferences and other activities aimed at enhancing Continuing Engineering Education for the benefit of the engineering fraternity in Zimbabwe and the region.
In areas of Energy Research and Training, the Centre for Continuing Engineering Education (CCEE) has close cooperation with the Southern African Power Pool (SAPP) and other national institutions of higher learning.