The Skills for Education and Employment Program is an Australian Government initiative designed to improve the language, literacy and numeracy skills of adult learners. Focusing on vocational pathways, the SEE program is individually tailored to provide the foundation skills necessary to function effectively in the workplace.
Eligible jobseekers can access free training at:
Eligibility is determined by Centrelink.
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment.
The Foundation Skills for Your Future is an Australian Government Initiative designed to support eligible individuals to access fully funded training in language, literacy, numeracy and digital (LLND) literacy skills needs.
This training can be used to up-skill or re-skill your employees for new roles, to assist employees to gain digital literacy skills needed when implementing new digital systems or procedures, or as a starting point for further industry training.
Our training is flexible, and can be tailored to your needs. We are able to offer;
Your employees will be eligible for Foundation Skills for Your Future training if they;
Contextualised languages, literacy, numeracy and digital literacy skill development in the Skills for Education and Employment Program provides training that is targeted to the learners needs, or with a focus on specific industry.
The Prepare-2-Work short course is designed to provide learners with language, literacy, numeracy, and digital skill development, with a strong focus on employability skills.
The Digital Essentials training program is designed to provide learners with the skills to operate digital devices for work or job searching. Learners do not need to know how to use a computer to undertake this training.
This short course will support learners to improve reading, writing, numeracy and digital skills in the context of a career in the Civil Construction industry, and strengthen pathways to succeed in further education and employment in civil industry areas.
Providing Customer Service short course will prepare learners with the skills to enter into a variety of customer service roles. Learners will also develop job searching skills, including training in writing effective industry specific resumes and cover letters addressing job criteria, and role playing targeted industry interview skills.
Induction to Disability will provide learners with the skills required to enter into a variety of roles supporting people with disability. Successful completion will give learners credit towards a range of qualifications in the CHC Community Services Training Package, including the CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support.