SLP in Implementation of the Green Transport Strategy

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Faculty Website:   Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment
Department: Department of Mechanical Engineering Science
Programme Level: Continuous Education Programmes
Programme Name: SLP in Implementation of the Green Transport Strategy
Programme Code: S6IGTQ

Medium of Facilitation: part-time, Online
NQF Level: 5
NQF Credits: 

Senate Approval: S392/2020(3)

Application Start Date: 17 January 2024
Application End Date: 10 December 2024

Campus: Online, Doornfontein

Contacts: Elmarie Fourie 011 559 6430

Duration of Study: 5 Days in class and 36 Hours Self-study

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This SLP  builds on the Introduction to Green Transport SLP and conveys the tools and skills needed for developing and implementing sustainable transport initiatives. Reduce greenhouse gas emissions and other negative environmental impacts of the transport sector. Promote economic growth and boost jobs.

Career Opportunities

The SLP provides a unique opportunity for professionals and students alike to strengthen their knowledge and gain a career advantage in the field of sustainability – an area of increasing global significance.


Study Unit 1: Fiscal and non-fiscal policy instruments driving a move to green transport, focusing on the South African policy environment Study Unit 2: Calculating carbon dioxide emissions and developing climate change mitigation initiatives Study Unit 3: Designing a demonstration and pilot programme Study Unit 4: Green transport financing models Study Unit 4: Developing a monitoring and evaluation framework Study Unit 5: Developing a climate change adaptation plan for a sustainable transport initiative

Admission Requirements

Entry requirements: Grade 12 or NQF 4 equivalent. Completion of the Introduction to Green Transport SLP is a prerequisite

More Information

Use the token FEBESLP when applying. The Short Learning Programme (SLP) is a hybrid of online (on UJ’s Blackboard platform) and contact learning: •Online self-study is in participant’s own time(16 hours plus 20 hours for assessments) •Classroom learning is for lectures and group exercises (5 days)

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