Adult Illiteracy: Who’s responsible?

I have been involved with Adult Education and Training (AET) for the past 18 years. In this time, I have seen a lot, learned a lot, changed a lot, and been disappointed a lot. Being born and raised in the old apartheid era I have had what I though was standard education opportunities. I worked…

The real value of skills development

In December 2014 my client, Toolquip and Allied, embarked on a skills development programme, and Triple E Training implemented Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET), also known as AET. Not only has my client benefited from the skills development programme with regards to their BEE scorecard but their employees also reaped major benefits. One such…

A skills development success story with a difference

Just over a year ago Kit Group in the Johannesburg CBD contacted me to quote them on the implementation of a skills development programme that will help them achieve the maximum possible points on their BBBEE Scorecard’s skills development element. They wanted to include BEE training for unemployed disabled people and take advantage of the…

Ensuring learners are committed to the ABET programme is crucial to the success of skills development

Problem: Learners lost interest in ABET programme My client, one of the world’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of formworks and scaffolding, approached me for providing Adult Education and Training (AET) for its South African operations. The HR Manager at my client’s head office in Midrand has worked with Triple E Training before at her previous…