Next of Next week Roadshow 2.0
Work has commenced on the industrial theatre project and the first event is set for 21 July 2017. To get the ‘show on the road,’ production company Diprente, is looking for suitable spaces and a central booking system. Universities are being considered as possible venues.
Manage My Finances
Bright Media has started developing the material for both the schools’ Technical Maths resource as well as books for the tertiary project.
The materials were ready for sign-off in March 2017 and training will commence in May 2017.
Consumer Education Website
The development of the website is in progress. Knowyourinsurance.co.za has been registered as the primary domain name for the website and we are looking forward to building this as an educational platform.
Consumer Education Brochures
The new brochures have been designed and printed. These include:
- What is insurance?
- Home Owners Insurance
- Household Contents Insurance
- Motor Insurance
- Personal Accident, Personal Liability and All Risks Insurance
- Travel Insurance
The brochures will be uploaded to the SAIA website as well as Consumer Education Website. The brochures will also be distributed during the Next of Next Week industrial theatre events.
Consumer Education App
The SAIA Consumer Education App, called Insurance101, has been finalised and is currently available on Google Play Store. The App will shortly be submitted to the iStore for inclusion and should be live by the end of April 2017.
The Access Standards have been approved and will come into effect once the amended FSC is gazetted.
SAIA is in the process of raising funds for the Enterprise Development Project for Motor Body Repairers.
Financial Sector Code (FSC) Update
The FSC has been approved and submitted to the Minister of Finance and is awaiting final approval and gazetting by the Department of Trade and Industry (Dti).
For more information contact: Leila Moonda at Leila@saia.co.za