You are cordially invited to attend any of the following free demos at 11 am on Tuesday, 12 May 2020 or Tuesday, 19 May 2020.
Why don’t we meet this year as usual?
By the time that the SALLR seminars are normally presented countrywide (August to September), we expect to still be caught up in one of the alert levels of the lockdown or, alternatively, still be subject to severe restrictions on our movement. Furthermore, an extremely important consideration is the health and safety of the SALLR community. We have, therefore, taken the decision to conduct the SALLRs’ 36th annual seminar by means of various live broadcasts this year.
You are invited to view our video with the following link:
Studio set up to be utilised during the live broadcasts?
A broadcast studio has been designed in a 100m² studio space that permits the usage, during the live broadcast, of all the elements that you have become accustomed to, such as, PowerPoint presentations, flipcharts and entertainment.
As has been the custom for the last couple of years, Brian van Zyl will again present this year’s SALLR seminar from a lectern. However, as can be seen from the walkthrough video, during the live broadcasts this year, important announcements will be made from a desk area and discussions will be facilitated from a leisure chair area.
Live broadcasting will be achieved by means of streaming. The SALLR team has secured an extremely competent crew, with vast technical experience, to provide the required technical support during the broadcasts. Professional lighting, the utilisation of quality microphones and state-of-the-art video equipment will ensure an enhanced experience during the live broadcasts – we are certain that our walkthrough video https://www.sallr.co.za/news/sallr-live-broadcasts/ already shows you what we are capable of.
Computer or tablet with an active internet connection
Any up-to-date browser
Optimal usage at 10 MBps stable internet connection with a minimum requirement of 4 MBps stable internet connection.
Registration procedure for the free demos?
You are required to download and complete the free demo registration form and forward same to Taryn van der Merwe at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thereafter, you will receive an email from the SALLR team confirming your registration and providing you with the required link to enjoy the free demo that you have selected.
Before attending the free demo that you have selected, you are kindly required to add SALLR to your address book (+27 41 373 4322) so that you are able to forward your queries/questions per WhatsApp to the SALLR team.
Dates for the live broadcasts countrywide?
The SALLRs’ 36th annual seminar will be broadcast live, countrywide, on the following days:
- Wednesday, 12 August 2020
- Monday, 24 August 2020
- Thursday, 27 August 2020
- Tuesday, 1 September 2020
- Thursday, 3 September 2020
The SALLR team has decided to freeze the registration fees for 2020 and the fees below are inclusive of VAT:
- normal fee: One delegate: R4 350.00
- Non-profit organisations: R3 500.00 per delegate
- Multiple delegates from one organisation:
- 3 to 5 delegates: R3 999.00 per delegate
- 6 to 10 delegates: R3 700.00 per delegate
- 10 plus delegates: R3 500.00 per delegate
- CCMA, academics, trade unions and bargaining councils: R3 500.00 per delegate
- SASLAW members: R3 999.00 per delegate
- IPM members: R3 999.00 per delegate
It is apparent that government initially took the viewpoint that vaccination against Covid-19 should not be compulsory. However, it appears that the recently-promulgated Consolidated Directions on Occupational Health and Safety Measures (‘the Directions’) signifies a very different approach.