Skills for Education and Employment Program
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) Program provides free training to eligible jobseekers to improve their language, literacy and numeracy skills to get a job.
SEE is funded by the Federal Department of Education and Training.
Quick facts about the SEE course
- It is FREE
- Eligible jobseekers (15-64 years old) can get up to 800 hours of full time or part-time training (10-20 hours each week)
- Work experience is offered as a part of the training
- You can still look for work
- The training you receive will be based on your goals for the future
- This program can also help you if English is your second language
- SEE is delivered in a supportive adult learning environment
- We have highly qualified specialist teachers
- We have small class sizes
- SEE offers pathways to employment and/or vocationally orientated training programs
Why do the SEE course?
The SEE course will help you get the skills you need to get the job you want. Training is available from initial to advanced levels. The SEE program can help you get the job you want by:
- Improving your reading and writing skills
- Improving your maths
- Improving your information, communication and technology (ICT) skills
For further information, please read more about SEE here.
About Learning for Employment
Learning for Employment (LfE) was established in 2001 and has delivered the SEE program since then. LfE will begin to deliver the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) on 1 July 2017. The SEE and AMEP programs are funded by the Australian government’s Department of Education and Training.
Djerriwarrh Community & Education Services trades as Learning for Employment for the delivery of SEE and AMEP. The organisations who deliver programs and provide services on behalf of Learning for Employment are:
- Comm Unity Plus Services Ltd
- Djerriwarrh Community & Education Services
- Laverton Community Integrated Services
- Wyndham Community & Education Centre Inc.
- Williamstown Community and Education Centre Inc.
- Yarraville Community Centre.
All Learning for Employment organisations are not for profit Learn Local providers and deliver a range of community and education services for individuals, job seekers and businesses.