Basic Adult Training is not unique to South Africa. Countries around the world have programs in place to ensure that the citizens of their countries can read and write. Most programs for Basic Adult Education don’t end there, but make provision for further education. Once a person has completed the basic four levels, he can enter other programs to ensure a complete occupational qualification. The more workers which are totally unskilled, the longer a country has to wait before automation of tasks can take place. The once unskilled workers, which now have undergone Basic Adult Training will then be able to operate simple to complex machinery or automated functions because they can read, write and count as well as make calculations based on knowledge gained. This means progression for society and for the individual worker. Companies are thus encouraged to get in contact with Triple e to ensure that future automation can take place.