ABET allows for better citizens

It is becoming clear that ABET service providers are changing the face of both South Africa’s business environment and social fabric. By providing learners with basic literacy and numeracy skills Adult Basic Education service providers are deepening and widening the skills pool and providing employers with a far greater resource of skilled workers than has traditionally been the case in South Africa. By providing these basic skills the service providers are also allowing people to reach their full potential and contribute far more meaningfully to their communities, as well as providing for their families. The trickle down effect of ABET also instills a respect for education that ensures that a younger generation will be more committed to both primary and tertiary education.