Identify low-skilled employees through ABET assessment

Challenge: Low-skilled employees make crucial measurement errors A member of the manufacturing, engineering and related services SETA (merSETA), my client that is based in Krugersdorp has been experiencing some challenges with low-skilled employees that make crucial measurement errors. After conducting an initial assessment, it came to light that two of the employees are barely literate…

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ABET helps to establish a formal and on-going training and development programme

Requirement: Establish a culture of training and development as part of the BBBEE Strategy My client, a well-known consumer beverage brand with its head office in Johannesburg, came to the realisation that they have several low-skilled employees. Without any formal training and development programme it is not possible to develop career plans for its work…

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AET for Skills Development enables my client to claim 125% of the actual spend

Challenge: Employees lack fundamental skills which makes supply chain management a real challenge My client, a logistics company with a national footprint, has been experiencing productivity loss due to high levels of illiteracy within the ranks of its warehousing staff. The employees in the warehouses mostly do not have a clear understanding of what is…

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Ensuring learners are committed to the ABET programme is crucial to the success of skills development

Problem: Learners lost interest in ABET programme My client, one of the world’s largest manufacturers and suppliers of formworks and scaffolding, approached me for providing Adult Education and Training (AET) for its South African operations. The HR Manager at my client’s head office in Midrand has worked with Triple E Training before at her previous…

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Using ABET to develop low-skilled employees for career planning

Requirement: Developing low-skilled employees for career planning My client, a member of the manufacturing, engineering and related services SETA (merSETA), is a global supplier of word-class defence products and solutions. With more than 1,000 employees at its Pretoria operations the company expressed the need for developing low-skilled employees for the purpose of career planning. Product…

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ABET will help your company become a socially responsible corporate citizen

Requirement: Training illiterate employees to NQF Level 4 My client, a multi-national integrated technology company with offices nationally, wanted to address adult literacy within the organisation with the aim to train all illiterate employees to NQF Level 4, which is equal to Grade 12. With a big focus on skills development of employees with disabilities…

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ABET as a means to comply to the Skills Development element of the BEE Scorecard

Requirement: Compliance to the Skills Development element of the BEE Scorecard My client, that has a national footprint in transport infrastructure management services, has decided to conduct a pilot staff training project as part of the requirements of the skills development element of the BEE Scorecard. With multiple sites nationwide, each with its own training…

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