Achievements & Testimonials
MTI has trained and certified more than 18648 educators, heads of department, deputy principals and principals in difference provinces since 2007.
Skills programme and qualifications since 2009 to date
- 120 students completed development practice learnership, Conducted skills audit and Trained Transnet practitioners.
- Trained more than 1500 Youth through funding obtained from Centlec, Transnet, ETDPSETA, EWSETA, Free State Department of Education,
Free State Training and Development Institute, and MGH
- Trained 100 candidates in National Certificate: Water and Wastewater Reticulation Services and National Certificate: Water and Wastewater
- Trained students in national certificate: Information Technology System Support 30 candidates and 30 candidates in National Certificate:
Information Technology End User.
Leadership and Management since 2017 to date:
- Trained 1800 School based HOD Department of Education Free State Province
- Trained more than 1000 School based HOD Department of Education Eastern Cape Province
- 2018 certified 450 HOD Department of Education Free State at the certification ceremony
- 2020 certified more than 400 HOD Department of Education Eastern Cape at the certification ceremony
“It feels good to be part of MTI as a student and am grateful for the bursary opportunity given to me by Marematlou Training Institute. The Covid-19 pandemic has made it very frustrating to sit at home, as I’m anxious to continue learning more.”
– Mapaseka Mahloko (Course: IT Systems Development)
“Marematlou Training Institute has given me a second chance in life. I can’t believe it, especially the support I get here. I am glad to be back after a tough lockdown because the more we stayed at home the more we got behind and could have possibly lost interest in studying; forgetting why we wanted the certificate in the first place.”
– Ntuka Puseletso (Course: IT Technical Support)
“Since Jenn’s involvement with Grade 12 learners, it should be noted that the Free State Department of Education (FS DoE) has out-performed the rest of the country in the following years, with the respective pass rates: 2013 – 87.4%; 2016 – 93.2%; 2017 – 86.1% and 2019 – 88.4% academic years in the National Senior Certificate results. With the rate of 93.2% in 2016 noted as the highest recorded pass rate for any province in South Africa in the past decade.”
“The Eastern Cape has also improved their results in the past 3 years, with a notable increase of 13.2% since 2017. This province has managed to move up 4 spots with a staggering rate of 76.5% recorded for the 2019 academic year.”