AFRICA'S PREMIER DRAUGHTING & DESIGN ACADEMY

Johannesburg, February 2011

Minister of Education announces Engineering Sciences amongst the list of critical skills shortage and areas for further study in South Africa. According to a statement by the basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga made on the 10th of January 2011, Engineering Sciences is amongst the list of critical

Johannesburg, 23 June 2010

African Academy students tell of their experiences of studying the Architectural Technology and Piping Draughting courses.

The National Higher Certificate in Piping Draughting, a qualification that has been developed with industry, is enabling current employees to upskill on a user-friendly and practical course. The course commenced

Johannesburg, 22 March 2010

African Academy Alumni, Sam Baloyi, shares his experience on work ethic with graduating students. The African Academy Graduation Ceremony was held on the 10th of March 2010 at the Birchwood Hotel in Boksburg. The atmosphere was one of excitement and success as students filtered through, having

Johannesburg, 1 February 2010

African Academy’s New Chairman, Adrian Young, speaks of the severe lack of skilled engineers and technicians in South Africa.
In his speech at the launch of the new Piping course held in December 2009, Adrian Young, the new Chairman of the African Academy spoke about how

South African Design Company gets financial boost. Critical skills development received a boost recently, when global business leader Carol Bartz pledged software resources to help ease the shortage of local draughting skills.

African Academy, Africa’s Premier Draughting Academy is dedicated to bridging the skills shortage gap in the engineering & built industry. African Academy is a Boksburg based Non-profit organization, established in 1994 and has quantum leaped in its growth and successes since its inception, doubling its total enrolment, with a 50:50