Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) Program
If you are not confident with reading, writing and maths, you may find it hard to get a job.
You may also find it hard to do everyday things, like reading bus timetables and doing your banking.
The SEE program can help you get the job you want by:
- improving your reading, writing and maths
- boosting your confidence.
The Skills for Education and Employment Program is an Australian Government Initiative.
What kind of training?
You can get up to 800 hours of free accredited training, starting at your own level and working at your own pace. You can train part-time or full-time while still looking for work or caring for your family.
We can help if you:
- are from a non-English speaking background and need English language training at basic or advanced levels
- are of English speaking background and need reading, writing and maths training at basic or advanced levels
Am I eligible?
You are eligible for the SEE program if you:
- are 15 to 64 years old
- are registered as a job seeker with Centrelink
- are not a full-time student
- meet the rules on visa status and benefits.
How do I get referred?
To make sure you can do this program and get a referral, you should talk to the Department of Human Services (Centrelink) or your local Employment Service Provider (jobactive). Ask for a referral to the SEE program at your local TAFE NSW campus.
How do I find out more?
For more information, email email@example.com or call 1800 114 707.
Where can I do training?
TAFE NSW offers the SEE program at the following locations:
Armidale Campus Block B
Broken Hill Campus
Glen Innes Campus
Lightning Ridge Campus
Wagga Wagga Campus