In response to COVID-19 TAFE SA continues to redesign the way in which we deliver education.
TAFE SA will provide blended delivery for The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program in term 3. Students will have the opportunity to combine face to face delivery with online or paper-based delivery. The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program at TAFE SA remains open and available during these challenging times. Face to face delivery will vary between TAFE SA campuses.
At TAFE SA our aim is to provide all students with flexibility as well as the opportunity to learn, with or without computer access and to provide the help and support that is required for their success.
The Skills for Education and Employment Program provides initial, basic and advanced accredited English language training, as well as basic and advanced literacy and numeracy training. Each job seeker has an individual training plan that outlines the tailored training they will receive to meet his or her needs, and forms the basis for recording their progression through training.
The program is inherently flexible and training providers are encouraged to adapt training to the particular job seeker’s needs and interests, and the employment opportunities in each location.
The qualifications that TAFE SA is delivering as part of SEE are outlined below:
- 10267NAT Certificate I in English Proficiency
- 10268NAT Certificate II in English Proficiency
- 10855NAT Certificate III in English Proficiency
- 10270NAT Certificate IV in English Proficiency
- FSK10113 Certificate I in Access to Vocational Pathways
- FSK10213 Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways
- FSK20113 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways
- ICT10115 Certificate I in Information, Digital, Media and Technology
- 10738NAT Certificate II in Vocational Preparation for Women
- 10739NAT Certificate III in Women's Advocacy
- CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services (Early Childhood Education and Care focus)
Am I Eligible?
Clients are eligible to undertake the SEE Program when they meet the following criteria:
- are of working age (between 15 years and above) and are looking for work and,
- are registered as a job seeker with the Department of Human Services (DHS) and eligible for Jobactive, services under the New Employment Services Trial, Transition to Work (TTW), ParentsNext, Disability Employment Services (DES) or Communities Development Program (CDP) assistance and,
- are deemed suitable for training without any barriers that would prevent successful participation and,
- are either an Australian citizen or permanent resident, or have working rights in Australia and,
Meet one of the following criteria:
Are in receipt of the following payments:
- Youth Allowance
- Newstart Allowance
- Disability Support Pension
- Parenting Payments (single and partnered)
- Community Development Employment Project (grandfathered participants)
- Widow B Pension
- Widow Allowance
- Partner Allowance
- Special Benefit or,
- are aged 15-21 years irrespective of whether they are in receipt of income support; or,
- are migrants serving the newly arrived residents waiting period (NARWP) for income support.
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, email or visit the AMEP website.
How do I enrol?
- Contact your nearest Centrelink office or Employment Service Provider to book a Pre-Training Assessment (PTA).
- Centrelink, or your Employment Service Provider will make an appointment with TAFE SA to complete an assessment of your skills.
- At your assessment with TAFE SA a qualified assessor will evaluate your language, literacy and numeracy skills and customise a learning program to best suit your needs.