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Skills for Education and Employment (SEE)

Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) is a program by the Australian government that offers free training to eligible participants like you!

The SEE program is designed to help you gain confidence and prepare for the job you want or further study by improving important skills such as:

Language

Enhance your English language skills

Literacy

Improve your reading and writing abilities

Numeracy

Boost your maths skills

Digital

Learn how to use digital technologies effectively

What are the benefits?

Participating in a SEE program can help you in many ways including:

  • Improving your English, reading and maths skills.
  • Feeling more confident and involved in your community.
  • Getting the skills and confidence needed for further study finding a job.
  • Discovering new employment opportunities and career pathways.
  • Accessing more stable and long-term employment options.

The SEE program understands that each individual has unique learning needs. That's why an individual training plan will be created just for you based on what you need to learn and develop.

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Am I eligible?

To be eligible for the SEE Program, an individual must be:

either:

  • an Australian citizen or
  • a permanent visa holder or
  • on a provisional or temporary visa with working rights and eligible for the Adult Migrant English Program or a Pacific Australian Labour Mobility visa holder

and be:

  • aged over 15 years and not studying and
  • need help with their reading, writing, maths, English language and digital skills.

Interested in enrolling?

If you're interested in enrolling, here are the simple steps to follow:

  1. Contact us:
    Get in touch with the SEE program to check if you're eligible and book an assessment.
  2. Skills Assessment:
    Complete a skills assessment. This will help us understand your current skills and create a customized learning program that suits your specific needs.

Available courses

English Language Skills Training for the childcare sector

Improve your reading, writing and communication skills with Certificate II in Community Services (pathway to Early Childhood Education and Care)(CHC22015) and get ready for employment in the early childhood education and care industry.

Students who complete the course successfully will gain a Certificate II in Community Services (CHC22015) and have the skills to:

  • identify and respond to job opportunities,
  • prepare for interviews,
  • and use relevant digital technology for the workplace and study.

Contact TAFE SA on 8463 5091 to book a pre-training assessment.

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Australia-wide, flexible training

SEE programs are delivered across Australia, including in metropolitan, regional, and remote areas.

You can study part-time or full-time, in classrooms or by distance learning.

Taking part in the SEE program can be a great opportunity for you to enhance your skills and reach your goals. Feel free to reach out to the SEE program to find out more and get started on this exciting learning journey!

Classroom delivery

The SEE program is delivered at the following campuses:

Metropolitan Campuses

  • Adelaide City
  • Elizabeth
  • Mount Barker
  • Noarlunga
  • Regency
  • Tonsley
  • Salisbury

Regional Campuses

  • Coober Pedy
  • Kadina
  • Nuriootpa
  • Port Augusta
  • Port Lincoln
  • Port Pirie
  • Victor Harbor
  • Whyalla

To enquire, phone 08 8463 5091, or complete the following form.

Contact Us - SEE Program Delivery

 

SEE Distance Learning

Since 2017, TAFE SA has been the sole provider delivering the SEE program by distance learning Australia wide.

SEE distance learning provides options such as the telephone, internet, and workbooks if you prefer not to attend classes. You'll be supported by lecturers as you study.

For more information about SEE distance delivery call 1300 153 339 or complete the following form.

Contact Us - SEE Distance Learning

 

The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Employment and Workplace Relations.

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