The Skills for Education and Employment program is an Australian government initiative offering free training to eligible job seekers to help develop their language, literacy, and numeracy skills. The goal is that by undertaking the training, students will be better prepared to participate more effectively in further education/training, or, in the labour force.
The SEE program caters for job seeker groups with literacy and/or numeracy training needs including:
Eligible job seekers are referred to the SEE program through agencies including:
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Participating in a SEE program benefits job seekers in many ways including:
Through the SEE program students are offered initial, basic, and advanced accredited English language, employability and digital literacy and numeracy skills to gain employment or undertake further study.
Each job seeker has an individual training plan tailored to their personal learning and development needs. The plan forms the basis for recording their training progression.
SEE programs are delivered across Australia, including in metropolitan, regional, and remote areas. Students can attend on a part-time or full-time basis and can participate face-to-face or via distance learning.
TAFE SA delivers the following SEE qualifications face-to-face and via distance delivery.
Certificate I in English Proficiency - 10853NATCertificate II in English Proficiency - 10854NATCertificate III in English Proficiency - 10855NATCertificate IV in English Proficiency - 10856NATCertificate I in Access to Vocational Pathways - FSK10119Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways - FSK10219Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways - FSK20119
Offered nation-wide, SEE distance delivery provides distance learning options (through channels such as the telephone, Internet, and workbooks, with support from a lecturer), for clients who cannot access face-to-face classes. Reasons for this may include:
TAFE SA has been the sole provider (since July 2017) delivering the SEE program via distance learning Australia wide.
For more information about SEE distance delivery call 1300 153 339, email, or complete the contact us form for SEE distance learning below.
Pathway programs are also offered through the SEE initiative. Pathway programs help students to gain specific skills to improve their chances of gaining employment in an interest area/particular industry such as: hospitality, cookery, health (and more).
Each pathway program includes units from the Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways (FSK10219), with additional specific units/subjects focusing on the chosen field of interest.
Clients are eligible to undertake the SEE program when they meet all of the following criteria:
Note: Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) clients may also be eligible for the SEE Program. It is recommended that clients complete the AMEP prior to commencing in the SEE Program. For more information on AMEP eligibility, visit the AMEP website.
Eligible job seekers can attend SEE accredited training programs on either a part time or full-time basis. Students accessing training part time, will need to attend for 10-19 hours per week. Those attending training full-time, are required to participate for 20-25 hours per week.
Participation in the Skills for Education and Employment program is an approved activity that contributes towards a job seeker’s mutual obligation requirements.
There are a few simple steps to follow before enrolling.
To enquire, phone 08 8463 5091, or complete the following contact us form for SEE Program Delivery.
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Employment and Workplace Relations.
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