Triple E Training
Triple E Training Holdings (Pty) Ltd is a unique education and training provider of General Education and Training ( GET ) and Further Education and Training ( FET ) for a number of reasons, including our extremely passionate board members! We have stood the test of time through many changes in legislation and frameworks and have continuously adapted in order to add value to the experiences of our learners.
Triple E Training is a leading training provider in South Africa. We are determined to revolutionise GET and FET. We are passionate about the development of appropriate education. As the facilitator plays a vital role in making the training and education successful, we do not believe, that at this level, the learner should be left to their own devices.
With our passion for education, we equip our learners for life, by ensuring the integration of education and training into their socio economic environment and enabling them to function efficiently as active citizens. We aim to provide the skills and motivation for them to pursue further qualifications offered at higher levels of the National Qualifications Framework.
Our ABET / AET solutions are compatible and flexible enough to achieve the goals and objectives set by our clients. We therefore continuously consult our stakeholders within the organisation and are certain that our ABET programmes are relevant. We offer ABET solutions to organisations, individuals and communities.
Our Products and service includes Adult Basic Education and Training ( ABET ) / Adult Education and Training ( AET ), Foundational Learning Competence ( FLC ), Rapid Effective Life Long Learning ( REALLL ) and other products.
Triple E Training aims to become the most successful, sought-after Adult Basic Education and Training (AET/ABET), Learnership and FET provider in South Africa.
We aim to be the leader with our new and innovative products within the education and training industry.
To own and sell the best system for Adult Training solutions.
We educate and empower South Africa.