ABET/AET Accreditation

So what if you aren’t accredited? Triple E Training is not an accrediting body and cannot assist with accrediting any other providers, but because we receive many requests via www.localhost/eee-2017 and facebook regarding the ABET/AET accreditation process, and specifically the process that ABET/AET Providers need to follow, we are hereby outlining a few guidelines. Four…

Umalusi Accredited Colleges and Providers

Don’t be fooled by marketing mumbo jumbo! Somehow, somewhere in the whole unraveling of training and education field, the list and meaning of “Umalusi accredited Colleges and Providers” has been slightly twisted to say the least. Many organisations have been unfortunately fooled by marketing mambo jumbo. Umalusi, the council for quality assurance in general and…

A Community’s Best Friend

Namakwa Diamonds Over the last 16 months adults associated with Namakwa Diamonds in the South East node Communities, South West Node Communities and the Monroe mine & Northern Node in Schweizer Renecke. have been encouraged to enrol in the training programmes offered by Triple E Training. The HR Business Partner of Namakwa Diamonds, Mr German…

Meeting the Needs of Adult Learners in AET/ABET

General research on learners has shown that adults obviously learn differently from younger learners. Adults have specific needs as learners and these needs should be taken into consideration when planning Adult Education and Training (AET/ABET). Triple E Training Holdings (Pty) Ltd’s facilitators are encouraged in meeting the needs of learners in AET/ABET.

BBBEE Skills Development points

The latest requirements for BBBEE Skills Development points will require companies in almost all industries to spend 6% of payroll on Skills Development. Skills Development is a priority element which could result in dropping one level, to maximise these points Category B training becomes a critical part of planning your BBEE Scorecard for the period…