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technikon

(ˈtɛknɪˈkɒn)
n
(Education) South African a technical college
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collected obsolete wood mold patterns for many years and incorporated them into a metalcasting museum at Technikon LLC's McClellan, Calif.
Light earned a higher national diploma for building surveyors at Cape Technikon in Cape Town, South Africa.
Ncayiyana was persuaded by the then Minister of Education, Professor Kader Asmal, to merge Durban's ML Sultan Technikon and Natal Technikon into a new non-racial institution of which he became Vice-Chancellor, amid much campus turbulence which he defused with great skill and the requisite discipline.
Walaza concentrated her energy on maths and physics and upon completing her schooling studied Electrical Engineering at Peninsula Technikon, Cape Town.
I MET ANDREW WALFORD WHEN WE WERE GIVING A JOINT WORKSHOP AT THE Technikon in Johannesburg, some years ago.
WOMEN'S WORLD CUP (1 DAY) Technikon A: Australia Women v England Women (08.
Jozua Viljoen, of Technikon Pretoria's Department of Nature Conservation, is fitting GPS-enabled radio-transmitters on several adult elephants from a family group that is soon to be moved from the southern part of Kruger National Park to an area in the north of the sanctuary.
Former high school maths teacher Professor Brian Figaji - who is vice chancellor of Peninsula Technikon in the country - was honoured for his role in setting up an initiative called Tabeisa (technical and business education initiative in South Africa).
Esther Hoffmann, at the Vaal Triangle Technikon (eh@nt.
The publication includes an overview of university and technikon (technical school) staff along with student enrollment data.
Other than veterinary programs that may only touch on the topic, the only programs Pollock and Case-Pall could find that were even close were a program for animal health technicians at Pierce College in Woodland Hills and similar programs at the University of New Hampshire and at Technikon, a two-year vocational training program in South Africa.