Provision of Services
Motse Wa Badiri Training offers a four-year learning programme for people with learning difficulties or disabilities who are fourteen years or older and who are unable to enrol in mainstream education. The learning programme is called The Integrated Learning for Living and Work Programme (ILLP). Eighty-five students are currently enrolled in the ILLWP which aims to build a broad foundation of knowledge and skills that can foster a person’s development across three assessed areas of the curriculum:
- Functional abilities in communication, literacy, numeracy and Information and communication technology (ICT);
- Personal and social development;
- Vocational skills.
During the last term of the four-year programme most of the learners are given the opportunity of an attachment in a workplace situated in their local community and in accordance with their long-term livelihood goals. An employment support specialist works with learners and their families during the workplace attachment and also during the year after they have graduated from the ILLWP in order to assist where needed with finding open employment or other forms of sustainable livelihood.