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Theoretical Courses for Wheat & Maize Milling Technology

The primary aim of these courses is to focus on and establish key competencies and skills for problem solving and decision making in wheat and maize milling situations.¬† These courses consist of eight modules each…

The Trade Test Certificate for Would Be Millers

After successfully completing module 8 of the technology course, the learner (under mentorship) should spend a further six months in a programme relieving the shift miller where the theory and practical components…

Maize, Wheat & Advanced Technology Course

The Advanced Technology Course in wheat and maize milling has no specific outcome or National Qualification i.e. head miller or mill manager, and was firstly¬†introduced for the purpose of upgrading…

Tutorial Assistance & Technical Consulting Services

SAGMA can now offer the learner on-the-spot tutorial assistance, at their mill, during the semester (exclusive to National Chamber of Milling members). The purpose of this service is to prepare the learners for the semester…

FUNCTIONS OF SAGMA

  • Administers theoretical training through correspondence courses (distance education model) for wheat and maize milling technology.
  • Administers the practical Trade Test for would be millers.
  • Administers the advanced course.
  • Administers tutorial assistance and technical consulting services.

LATEST NEWS

12
Nov
Important Dates & Deadlines: First Semester 2020

The first semester starts on 6 January 2020 and the closing date for registration and payments in respect of study notes is 7 February 2020. The closing date for progress questions to be received by SAGMA is 6 March 2020. The semester examination takes place on Wednesday, 13 May 2020 at designated venues. The first semester ends on 30 June 2020.

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12
Nov
Important Dates & Deadlines: Second Semester 2020

The second semester starts on 1 July 2020 and the closing date for registration and payments in respect of study notes is 31 July 2020. The closing date for progress questions to be received by SAGMA is 4 September 2020. The semester examination takes place on Wednesday, 11 November 2020 at designated venues. The second semester ends on 15 December 2020.

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13
Jun
2018 First semester top student

Mr A Chiware from Edurate Investments in Botswana was the top student for the first semester with an average of 74%. The student average for Wheat and Maize Module 4 exams was 53%.

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ACADEMY ACHIEVEMENTS

Mills/institutions registered students at our Academy
Students registered for SAGMA courses in 2019
GMF students successfully completed the GMF Trade Test in 2019
Foreign students registered in 2019