Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program
If your speaking, reading, writing and numeracy skills are making it difficult for you to find work, go to Centrelink or your jobactive Provider and ask about government funded training in the Skills for Education and Employment Program (SEE).
Contact us to find out more:
Phone 07 3457 1234 or 1300 245 645 and ask SEE administration for more information
SEE training can help you get the skills to get a job:
- improve your spoken and written English language skills
- improve your reading, writing and maths skills
- learn how to use a computer
- offer you the opportunity to participate in vocational training
- offer you the opportunity to participate in Work Experience or Work Observation
- learn everyday life skills – filling in forms, online job applications, writing and reading letters.
- search for work while you study
What kinds of things will I study?
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program allows students to focus on building knowledge and skills in areas such as:
- resumes, job applications and job interview skills
- writing skills
- communication in the workplace
- literacy and numeracy
- computer skills
- spoken English
- business / workplace English
- employment training
- vocational training
To join this program you must:
- are of working age (15 years and above)
- be looking for full time work
- be an active job seeker registered with:
♦ Disability Employment Services
♦ Transition to Work
♦ have the right to work in Australia
If you are interested in this training, Department of Human Services or your jobactive, Transition to Work, ParentsNext or Disability Employment Service provider can check if you are eligible and refer you to Career Employment Australia.
Why participate in the SEE program?
- SEE training is practical, flexible and focused on your needs and goals.
- SEE training is focused on building skills for employment.
- You can study full-time (20-25 hours per week) or part-time (minimum 10 hours per week).
- SEE training is targeted to your level of ability
On completion, students receive a nationally recognised award.
Training is developed based on the requirements and expectations of employers, in preparation for entry to the workforce.
If you are interested in improving your language literacy or numeracy skills, please contact the Department of Human Services, your jobactive Provider (JA) or Disability Employment Services provider (DES) , request they check your eligibility then ask for a referral to Career Employment Australia.
Download the CEA SEE program flyer (PDF):