Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) is a program by the Australian government that offers free training to eligible participants like you!
Enhance your English language skills
Improve your reading and writing abilities
Boost your maths skills
Learn how to use digital technologies effectively
Participating in a SEE program can help you in many ways including:
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.
To be eligible for the SEE program, you should:
If you're interested in enrolling, here are the simple steps to follow:
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:
Contact TAFE SA on 8463 5091 to book a pre-training assessment.
Enrol in our 10-week Food Centre Project short course to improve your language skills, gain employability skills, and make a positive impact on the community.
You'll learn in the classroom and apply your skills through a work placement at The Food Centre, a social supermarket, café, and second-hand shop.
Successful completion of the course earns you a Certificate of Completion, Work Placement Performance Report, and Academic Transcript.
For more information phone 08 8463 5091 or complete the contact us form below.
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!
The SEE program is delivered at the following campuses:
To enquire, phone 08 8463 5091, or complete the following form.
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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.
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Employment and Workplace Relations.
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