Literacy and numeracy a must

ABET level 3 is aimed at refining the literacy and numeracy skills of those learners who have a reasonable grasp of the basic application of reading and mathematics. This basic understanding should include the ability to critically apply the skills obtained during the course of training in ABET levels 1 and 2. The program incorporates…

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ABET level 2

The ABET level 2 program further empowers the learner by taking the first steps toward a more abstract application of literacy and numeracy skills, for example within the literacy context the learner will begin to have a more critical understanding of a variety of text and within the numeracy context the learner will gain the…

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ABET level 1

The Adult Basic Education programs consist of a variety of modules which take into account the social and community context of the learner. The foundation of the ABET program is ABET level 1 which is the equivalent of grade 3. It provides the learner with speaking and listening skills, the ability to read and respond…

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NQF 1 a Good Starting Point

When a learner achieves an NQF 1 qualifications it is a standard of education that compares to that achieved in grades 1 through to 9 or through Adult Basic Education and Training programs. These qualifications will allow the learner the ability to contribute to South African society in a meaningful way, while also allowing them…

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Basic skills are a must

The basic skills of reading, writing and being able to add, subtract and multiply are the cornerstones of participation in a world that is rapidly changing. Increasing urbanization and competition for employment mean that any person not in possession of these basic skills will be marginalized and able to perform only the most menial of…

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Adult Basic Education and Training

For many adults the daily challenges that we all face during the 21st century are literally impossible to overcome. Opening a bank account, paying for water and electricity or reading a daily newspaper are only dreams, The legacy of the Apartheid educational system has left many South African’s without basic literacy and numeracy skills. This…

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ABET and Accreditation

The popularity of learnerships in the field of Adult Basic Education and Training has led to an explosion in the number of ABET service providers in South Africa. These providers are being promoted by the efforts of government and mainstream business to right the wrongs of the Apartheid educational system. Business should however be extremely…

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ABET in South Africa

Today’s learner taking part in an Adult Basic Education and Training program is being provided the necessary skills to become an active participant in making South Africa a better place to live. Their new found literacy and numeracy skills will benefit not only themselves, but their family and the wider community. They will be empowered…

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Accreditation Essential

In order to ensure that the provider of Adult Basic Education and Training is providing the best possible service to learners business needs to ensure that the provider is accredited by government and the relevant training authorities. If this is not the case the learner will not be able to take advantage of the certification…

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