Counting the high costs of workplace illiteracy and innumeracy

Illiteracy and innumeracy in the workplace are major impediments for companies – no matter the size or nature of their business. Gaps in Basic English literacy and basic maths negatively affect efficiencies and productivity, as well as the ability to implement change that is intended to improve performance in the workplace. Companies are, therefore, partnering … Read more

Foundational learning competence or “FLC” paves the way forward for more artisanal development

Foundational learning competence or “FLC” is key to developing the many tradespeople needed to help rebuild South Africa. Foundational learning competence or “FLC” prepares people to succeed in vocational training by equipping them with Basic English literacy and numbers skills. Learners need these basic English literacy and basic numeracy proficiencies to excel in both the … Read more

Basic numbers and English literacy skills produce good work on the shop floor and in the storeroom

Triple E Training, an accredited training provider, is also helping participants in the retail and wholesale industries to raise the basic English literacy and basic numeracy skills of their employees. These are the foundational proficiencies that they need to perform their jobs correctly during trading hours. Employees who have completed our workplace training programmes can … Read more

Upskilling starts with adult literacy and adult numeracy training

Up skilling South Africa’s workforce so that it is productive and efficient starts with basic literacy and basic numeracy training. For this reason, many companies are outsourcing their adult education and training or “AET” requirements to Triple E Training, a leading accredited training provider. For more than 30 years, our workplace training programmes have helped … Read more

Quality workplace training keeps 3 PLs in the fast lane

The transport industry plays a vital role in the economy. This fast-paced sector relies on proficient workers who, at the most basic level, can communicate efficiently and perform basic maths calculations. It is for this reason that leading industry participants continue to invest in quality adult basic education and training or “ABET” to upskill their … Read more

Foundational learning competence lays a solid base for further skills development

Triple E Training, a leading accredited training provider, is helping industry develop a robust pipeline of skills that is needed to rebuild the economy following the devastating impact of the COVID-19 virus on the livelihoods of so many South Africans. This accredited training provider’s foundational learning competence or “FLC” training is also giving hope to … Read more

Department of Higher Education and Training moots more adult basic education and training or “ABET”

Millions of South African grownups of working age are still illiterate or semi-illiterate. This is according to a recent Department of Higher Education and Training fact sheet. As a solution, the report motivates the implementation of more interventions, including adult basic education and training or “ABET”, to help solve this crisis. Triple E Training, a … Read more

Employees remain very satisfied with Triple E Training’s adult basic education and training or ABET

Triple E Training, the country’s leading accredited provider of workplace training, continues to receive very favourable feedback fromlow skilled employees who completed the company’s basic English literacy and basic numeracy instruction. Learner experience is always the most accurate means of gauging the success of any adult basic education and training or “ABET” programme. A case … Read more

Adult basic education and training critical for re-industrialisation

South Africa needs to reindustrialise. However, this strategy is reliant upon skilled employees in the manufacturing industry. At the most basic level, they need to have English literacy and numeracy skills. This is where adult basic education and training or “ABET”, including maths and English, has an important part to play in the reindustrialisation of … Read more

Workplace training for true empowerment

It is becoming common practice to recruit people with a Grade 10 through to Grade 12 for NQF1 and 2 Qualifications. Is this approach not counter-productive considering the real need to raise the skills levels of people with education levels of Grade 9 and lower? Many would argue that workplace training should be geared at … Read more

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