Adult Basic Training

Although many South Africans have succeeded to function in society without the basic literacy skills, they could have had better jobs or opportunities if they had the education to support their applications. Adult basic training is focused on giving illiterate South Africans the basic skills they require to communicate effectively, do math calculations, understand the importance of personal hygiene, handle business tasks and can perform duties assigned to them in a specific industry because they have acquired the skills to do so. With more than 13 million South Africans still lacking an education equivalent to Grade 9, adult basic training has become a priority to ensure a better economic future for society and the individual workers.