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CEA’s SEE Newsletter August 2018

Hawi’s Story: Goodna Site “The SEE program helped me understand and develop the skills I needed to get a job. I want to thank Vish for helping me understand the language better. It also improved my communication and gave me confidence during the interview. This job is not the end of my dream. I will […]

Rose Munez—SEE student (Rockhampton)

Fitzroy SEE Newsletter

Rose’s Story — SEE student (Rockhampton) When I first attended the SEE program at CEA, I was very shy; I can remember being very nervous that first day. I could not have written this personal story because my grammar was really poor, but now I’ve reached Level 3 in writing and so you’re lucky you get to […]

Darling Downs SEE Newsletter

Good News Stories — Toowoomba Fourteen of our students achieved Statement of Attainments in First Aid, and a further three others successfully updated their CPR. Many students were delighted to receive certificates in Foundation Skills which they had diligently worked for.   CEA now delivering the SEE program in Dalby CEA is pleased to announce the […]

Youth Skills on the Gold Coast

This project will attract people aged 15-19 years who will complete VET Foundation Skills and Automotive Certificates.      A search was conducted to identify a ‘project’ that would require every element of skill and knowledge required under Automotive Vocational Preparation, and retain the enthusiasm of the young people in the course.  They will construct a vehicle […]

Kesara achieves her goal

Kesara Whyatt started attending the SEE program in 2015. Initially, she was concerned that the intermediate English level class would be too hard for her, but as time went by she became more confident with her English skills. Eventually her spelling and reading skills improved. Further she started working on her job skills. In March […]

Goodna in April

Goodna SEE participants, organised a garage sale in order to simulate the process of engagement with the wider community. They bought and sold household articles and the activity not only helped improve communication skills, it also helped enhance numeracy skills. Furthermore it reinforced the concept of recycling stuff instead of throwing it away. The Skills for Education […]