Adults don’t learn to read in the same way as children. There are specific phases when adults learn to read. We have identified the phases and ensure that the learners start and progress in their course at the appropriate phase. The main phases that adults go through when they learn to read are that of initial decoding and then confirming the knowledge, where after fluency in the language follows. The learner will then use prior knowledge of reading to acquire facts. A reading strategy is developed and the skills applied. It is important to structure learn to read classes accordingly to ensure maximum success.