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About Pravin Amar

South African Flag Pravin Amar is a 100% black-owned and managed South African business

Making Skills Development a Priority

We have had 20 years of success in consulting and the demand for training in the areas of project management and contract management have led us to expand our services from development consultancy to the field of education and training.

We specialise in both Local Government and Services Sector offering a wide range of learning programmes. Our Programmes are unit standard aligned and can be customised to suit the specific needs of your organisation

Although our focus area is training and development we also offer our clients the services of Skills Development Facilitator and Policies and Procedures development. Our specialist consultants offer assistance and guidance in ....


Latest Publications

  • Request for Quotation (RFQ) - EPIP Humberdale Landfill Site [JAN 2017]

  • Durban Point - Environmental Authorization 2015 [2MB]

  • Durban Point - Application for an Ammendment of an Environmental Authorization [9MB]
  • Durban Point Application for an Ammendment of an Environmental Authorization (Appendices [200MB])

  • Khethani Cemetery Site - Notice of Environmental Authorisation
  •  Mission and Vision

    To provide professional consultancy services in the environment, development, planning and education and training fields.

     Capability Status

    The Company is a legal entity registered as a close corporation and has the necessary tax clearance from the various authorities.

    Affirmative practice: 100% black-owned and managed.

    The principal of the company is a registered Town and Regional Planner in terms of the law and is bound by the Code of Conduct of the SA Council of Town and Regional Planners; as well as other professional bodies.

    The Company has professional indemnity covered through AON South Africa to the value of R5 000 000 (Five Million Rands). This can be increased to suit project requirements. To date there has been no claims against the cover.

    The Company is committed to professional development through its involvement in various professional bodies such as the International Association of Impact Assessments of South Africa (IAIASA), the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2), the South African Planning Institute (SAPI), the South African Black Trade and Allied Careers Organisation (SABTACO), the Project Management Institute of South Africa (PMISA), Environmental Law Association(ELA) and the Institute of Waste Management (IWM).

    The Company has strong international links and is familiar with the current international debates in the development and environmental sector through its involvement in the Leadership for Environment and Development Programme (LEAD) of which its principal is a Fellow. LEAD is an international network of professionals committed to sustainable development. Its 1200 members from nearly 70 countries are drawn from business, media, public sectors, academia and non-government organisations. LEAD's aim is to create and sustain a global network of emerging and working leaders ready and willing to address environment and development challenges in different countries. LEAD has a presence in Brazil, Canada, China, the Commonwealth of Independent States, Europe, Francophone Africa, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, six countries in southern Africa and the United States. The worldwide network is coordinated through an international secretariat based in the Imperial College campus in London.