TAFE SA now provides blended delivery for The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program. 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 language, literacy and numeracy training to eligible job seekers, with the expectation that such improvements will enable them to participate more effectively in training or in the labour force.
Delivery of the program occurs across the whole of Australia, from metropolitan and regional areas, right through to remote communities. It can also:
Eligible job seekers are referred to the program through Referring Agencies, including the Department of Human Services, Jobactive, Disability Employment Services, the Community Development Program, Transition to Work, and ParentsNext providers.
There are many potential benefits for job seekers participating in training through the Skills for Education and Employment Program. Some of these benefits are:
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 SEE qualifications that TAFE SA offer face-to-face are :
The SEE qualifications that TAFE SA offer by Distance Learning are:
Meet one of the following criteria:
Are in receipt of the following payments:
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.
SEE is delivered through a range of flexible training modes to enable clients to make training choices that would best meet their learning needs.
The SEE Program is delivered at the following campuses:
TAFE SA is the sole provider delivering the SEE Program via Distance Learning Australia wide from 1 July 2017.
Distance Learning is intended to service clients who cannot access Face to Face training. It can also be used for clients who are living in rural or remote areas, have a disability, have primary caring responsibilities or religious or cultural practices that prevent them from attending Face to Face training.
Distance Learning is available nation-wide.
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