The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program provides eligible job seekers with up to 800 hours of free* accredited training. This training is aimed at improving job seekers’ access to employment and further education through the strengthening of language, literacy, numeracy and technology skills.
The right level for you
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is targeted to your level of ability, allowing you to focus on the areas that you are seeking to improve.
After you have been referred to us, you will meet with one of our qualified assessors, who will evaluate your needs, learning and employment goals, reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. This assessment will help us place you in the correct class.
Job seekers studying in the SEE program may be able to access additional training with specific vocational outcomes.
CSWE - Certificate in Spoken and Written English
The Certificate in Spoken and Written English (CSWE) is taught in the SEE program to students who need to develop their language skills. Students may study Certificate I, II, III or IV.
CGEA - The Certificate in General Education for Adults
The Certificate in General Education for Adults (CGEA) is for those students with good oral communication who need to build their literacy skills. Students may study the CGEA Certificate I, II or III.
On successful completion, students receive a nationally recognised award.
Study with us
To enrol in the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program, you will need to meet the eligibility criteria set out by the Australian Government. You will also need a valid referral from Centrelink or your Employment Services Provider.
Find out more about how the referral and enrolment process works.
*Eligibility criteria apply.