Who is Responsible for Adult Education and Training – AET / ABET?

Lack of Fundamental Education is everyone’s problem; Triple E Training has the answer. Imagine a country where adult education and training AET / ABET is not necessary because every person is literate. It may seem counter-productive, but that will be the greatest celebration in the history of Triple E Training. We long for the day … Read more

100% benefit on training spend through an outsourced service provider

Challenge: Internal training spend cannot be claimed back in full My client is not only one of the largest electrical wholesalers in Southern Africa but also a registered training provider with their own accredited national training facility in Doornfontein, Johannesburg. Although it will be easy and convenient for them to conduct their own skills development … Read more

Experienced and accredited ABET facilitators provide learner support to ensure successful BEE training

Problem: Low-skilled employees lost interest in training because they did not understand a computer My client is a member of the manufacturing, engineering and related services SETA (merSETA) and is based in Krugersdorp. The company has recently attempted adult education and training (AET) with a different outsourced service provider but it was unsuccessful. One of … Read more

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 … Read more

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 … Read more

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 … Read more