Your Accredited Training provider for AET & Life Skill Training

Vision & Mission

We strive each day to eradicate illiteracy amongst the disadvantaged majority, and to provide quality training that is based on customer and overall economic needs.


We aim to develop skills that exceed international standards and to combat an inferior educational system inherited from past policies so as to aid in the development of our country.


We deliver quality training on your premises that is conducted by dedicated and experienced facilitators and monitored by our Quality Assurance Department.


We are an accredited education and training provider, UMALUSI accreditation number: ABT00014PA, ETDP SETA accreditation number: ETDP7218.

About Kitso Training

Kitso Training and Development Services is an nineteen year old established provider of Adult Basic Education and Training (ABET) based in Benoni, Gauteng.
We arose out of the need to address the limited attention provided to Adult Learning and Labour Development to many disadvantaged South Africans. Our primary objective is to equip our Learners for life so that they may develop their potential further. Many of our Learners who come to us semi-literate go on to pursue qualifications at Higher Levels of the National Qualifications Framework. We boast a high rate of success, which means our valued Clients become the beneficiaries of consistent results.
We are fully accredited with Umalusi and the ETDP SETA, and have a Level 1 B-BBEE status.


Our ABET learners achieved a 90% pass rate! Kitso is one of the best service providers we've dealt with. 

- Siyolo Xotyeni - Learning Programmes Officer

KITSO has thus far shown positive performance on the project and have complied with stipulated requirements.

- Romiela Pillay - Project Manager

Our Clients

Success Stories

Sarah Malatji

My English language has improved. I can now read properly, take instructions, do my budget and make provision to save my funds.

Sarah Malatji

In the News

Saturday, August 26, 2017 - 08:55

The Basic Education Department is optimistic that the National School Safety Framework will help learners to feel safer.

Wednesday, August 16, 2017 - 11:02

Lonmin Platinum Mines CEO Ben Magara says in honour of all the 44 people who died in August 2012, his company has committed 40 million rand for the education of their children.

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