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CPD Validation Process for Service/Training Providers 

The document below is a compulsory requirement before application for validation of activity.  This is only applicable to new CPD Service/Training Providers who have not been allocated a specific SP code.  Then complete and return the Application for Verification as an ECSA Service/Training Provider (ECSA ECPD7 Verification as Development Activities Provider).  

This is a compulsory requirement stipulated by ECSA.

An audit assessment needs to be completed before you can proceed to the next step.  With the submission of this completed document, a certified copy of a valid company registration certificate or equivalent and valid SARS tax clearance certificate needs to be accompanied. A specific SP code will be issued to the Service/Training Provider once ICMEESA has completed the assessment process.

To view, the CPD validation fees click here

For the validation of CPD activities, the following forms and supporting documents (electronic format) must be received before the validation process will commence.  

  1. Non-Disclosure Agreement
  2. Application for Approval of a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Activity (CPD-ECPD2)
  3. Addendum to CPD-ECPD2 
  4. Addendum to CPD-ECPD2 FillIn Form
  5. Curriculum Vitae of the presenter(s) including LinkedIn profile address
  6. Certified copy of presenter(s) identity document
  7. Full course/event notes which coincide with the program
  8. Detailed program with the date and time allocation as per the course notes
  9. Course attendee’s evaluation form
  10. Attendance certificates issued to the attendees
  11. Attendance register sample for attendees
  12. A completed signed attendance register of course/event to be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (after each course/event)
  13. List of attendees at previous presentations with the presentation date and place
  14. Feedback questionnaire sample for attendees
  15. Brochure with the details of course/event including the cost of course attendance
  16. ICMEESA proof of payment for course/event valuation

In the event of insufficient information provided for accreditation of activity or the investigation of a complaint, ICMEESA reserves the right to attend this activity at no charge (maximum of two representatives). In addition, penalties may be imposed with regards to the complaint. See our Terms and Conditions.

For more information contact the administrator on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To view The Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA) CPD online system click here.


 Mining and Factory Professionals

Certificated Mechanical or Electrical Engineers in mining and factory are the professional engineering practitioners recognised by law in South Africa to accept legal responsibility to improve health and safety in mines and works.  These Engineers need to provide solutions reliant on basic scientific, mathematical and engineering knowledge, supported by analysis and synthesis, and underpinned by sound techno-economic analysis.  Solutions must take into account the needs of society and the protection of the physical environment. 

The Certificated Engineer brings to an engineering problem leadership, management, and a technologically specific approach, supported by financial, commercial, statutory, safety, and environmental knowledge as required. The Certificated Engineer manages interactions within and at the boundaries of the industry context and technology domain.





The Institution of Certificated Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, South Africa, invites all students studying towards their Engineering Certificate of Competency, and not younger than 18 years of age, to apply.  It is also expected that upon completion of studies that students become Corporate Members of the Institution of Certificated Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, South Africa. 

The Institution of Certificated Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, South Africa, aids students with their studies in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering (Heavy current) with of a Bursary fund program.   To be considered for this Bursary, the student is studying at a recognised South African university as a full-time student in either Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering (Heavy current). The student is in his or her second year of studies. 

Complete the ICMEESA Bursary Questionnaire Click here to apply online or download the Bursary Application Form for 2020.

2019 bursary applications are closed. 2020 bursary applications will open from July 2019 till 30 Sept 2019. If the Bursary applicant has not received any written communication from our offices after 30 November 2018, then the application was unsuccessful.

Contact Us

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Office Number:
+27 (087) 822 2229
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+27 (084) 775 8888
Email: info@icmeesa.org.za
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