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Training Accredited by ECSA


DesSoft Training is accredited by ECSA


DesSoft is officially accredited by ICMESSA which is a recognized facilitator in providing a formal system of recording Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for engineering practitioners.


The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) is a statutory body established in terms of the Engineering Profession Act, 2000 (Act No. 46 of 2000). ECSA’s predecessor was established by the Engineering Profession of South Africa Act, 1990 (Act 114 of l990).


ECSA sees itself in partnership with the State and the engineering profession to promote a high level of education and training of practitioners in the engineering profession so as to facilitate full recognition of professionalism in the engineering profession, both locally and abroad. It enjoys full autonomy although it is accountable to the State, the profession and the public for the fair and transparent administration of its business in the pursuit of its goals.

Headlines from Instrumentation and Control Magazine


The benefit of Education and Skills development for Plant Design Software
(Published in the Instrumentation & Control Magazine, By: Johan Hamman)


The benefit of Education and Skills development for Plant Design Software. At DesSoft we trained a range of different skilled people. From Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I) engineers, E&I designers, E&I drafts people to IT people that are supporting these disciplines.


Engineering Design Software that is more than just a design tool
(Published in the Instrumentation & Control Magazine, By: Johan Hamman)


Engineering Design Software that is more than just a design tool. Productive tool for EPC’s: engineering design software is commonly used within Engineering, Construction and Procurement (EPC) companies. The 1Des - One Design tool for Electrical and Instrumentation engineers and designers, engineering software helps enforcing company standards.


Instrumentation design documentation systems and Fieldbus technology
(Published in the Instrumentation & Control Magazine, By: Johan Hamman)


As technology improves, not all documentation systems can adapt with these changes. Sometimes not all people can adapt to these changes and want to do things within comfort zones or old methods leading to frustration and poor documentation. With fieldbus technology, instrumentation loop drawings become very simple drawings.