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SEE program is a gateway to further education and employment

The Skills for Education and Employment program helps you develop your study and employment skills in many ways. At Career Employment Australia Ltd (CEA) we provide the opportunity to study vocational units that help you to develop your reading, writing, speaking and numeracy skills. The range of skills and knowledge you learn from your with us will also help help in your daily life and support you in developing valuable employment skills.

CEA Aged Care Students

You can also progress to entry qualifications for Aged Care, Community and/or Disability services.

We will assist students who attempt these courses with the Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) skills and can also extend training terms or the opportunity to redo the class while you build your competency and self-confidence.

The ability to confidently communicate is vital in seeking and obtaining employment. We will help you to develop your confidence towards succeeding in job interviews and earning the respect and support of your workmates.

We support students from different cultures and language backgrounds as study may be harder for you.

You will have access to CEA trainers and teachers with real-world-experience to guide and assist you in developing your skills towards gainful employment. We are aware that returning to study after a long absence raising a family or illness can be difficult. We are here to help and support you with your goals.  

SEE ProgramIn 2017, we issued over 500 Certificates and Statements of Attainment under SEE funding, all of which are either in work related areas or are units that can be used as electives in courses.

Our students gain evidence of their ability to learn, their application to studies and their attendance through these Certificates.

We have also assisted students to access courses providing skills in computing and Business.

The CEA SEE program will also continue to link students to Year 10 (English and Math’s), that will assist you to gain entry to the Australian Defence Forces, continue to year 12 or enter Australian Apprenticeships where Year 10 is a prerequisite.