Trainers are often freelancers who rarely have opportunities to collect with other like-minded professionals to unpack industry challenges and opportunities. Join a team and build industry muscle. Drop in on SAPTA’s event.
SAPTA Gauteng Chapter
Networking and Development Event
Saturday 11 February 2017
Relentlessly Relevant: How to Innovate
– Douglas Kruger
Staying relevant and being innovative are two of the keys to success in the professional training industry.
The way we re-invent our material and find new ways to train are critical to our survival.
Douglas will present a keynote on business innovation, based on his books, ‘They’re Your Rules, Break Them!’ and “Relentlessly Relevant”
Douglas, a speaker, author and trainer will provide just the kick start we all need to make 2017 the best year ever.
Marketing and Selling Yourself as a Trainer
It’s a new year and already some of the “Big Hitters” in SAPTA are so busy they can barely find openings in their diaries.
Not everybody is in this fortunate position, though.
During this session participants will be divided into small groups and rotated between the Pro’s. You will get the opportunity to ask them about their secrets, do’s and don’t’s and best tips.
They have committed to share unreservedly in the spirit of SAPTA
During this session you swop tables four times in order to get input from four different professionals. Don’t miss this opportunity!
Meeting and Booking Information
Venue: Kyalami Estates Club House (www.kyalamiestates.co.za/
Entrance directly opposite Kylami Office Park on the R55 motorway in Kyalami
GPS Coordinates: -25° 59′ 21.97″, +28° 4′ 44.48
Cost: R100.00 – SAPTA Members
R200.00 – Non SAPTA members (c’mon, join up!)
Bookings: Email: email@example.com
Telephone: Annelize on 071 873 2568 or 012 567 2824
Booking and pre-payment essential for catering purposes Bank: ABSA, Branch: Wierda Park – 632005
Account Number: 4080811912 – Cheque Account
NB – Reference: GT + Your Name & SurnameFRIENDS PLEASE NOTE: If you do not book and give us your details (name and cellphone no) you will NOT get into Kyalami Estates as their security is really tight. (Tight security is to our advantage.)
Please make sure you have either your ID or drivers licence with you.
Once you enter the main gate (across the entrance to Kyalami Park) drive about 200 metres (40km speed limit) until you get to the first STOP sign. Turn right and the clubhouse, tennis courts and parking will be on your left.