Skills for Education & Employment (SEE)
What is SEE?
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government, and gives you the skills and support you need to prepare for work or further study.
The SEE program is a great way to gain the confidence and English language, literacy and numeracy skills needed, for you to get the job you want or go on to further study. Our SEE program provides up to 2 years of Free training.
The SEE program can help boost your confidence in looking for work or starting training, by helping you:
study and obtain new vocational certificates.
Learn to use technology such as computers, tablets, and smartphones.
Complete everyday tasks like filling in forms, reading bus timetables, doing banking, and applying for a Driver’s License
Improve your reading, writing, spelling, and numeracy.
Increase your confidence to start studying.
develop goals and career pathways.
to apply for jobs and gain stable long-term employment.
Learn or improve your English language skills.
Develop employability skills.
Are you eligible?
To be eligible for the FREE SEE Program, a participant must be:
aged between 15 years and pension age
an Australian citizen or permanent resident (or otherwise have working rights in Australia).
Attend now to:
Meet all your mutual obligation requirements. This activity is 25 points per week, which is your 100 points per month, not even job searching activities will be required.
Reduce or pay your court fines. We will assist you to apply for a Work and Development Permit (WDP) to do this.
Nationally accredited training
The SEE program is structured around your unique needs, with targeted training providing the right skills for your future.
See below, for some of our free nationally accredited qualifications.
Certificates in General Education for Adults (CGEA)
This is a nationally recognised qualification and can assist you to go on to further education, training, or employment.
in New Opportunities for Women (NOW)
This course is a bridging program that offers women on opportunity to explore various career options, builds self-confidence and gain academic standards necessary to enter other courses.
Certificates I & II in Workplace skills and Certificate III in Business
These Certificates will give you the skills needed to help secure a job in an office environment and develop the administrative skills and knowledge needed to work across different industry sectors.
A Certificate II in Retail Services gives you the skills needed to help secure a job in the Retail industry and develop the skills and knowledge needed to work across different sectors of the retail industry.
A Certificate II in Community Services gives you the skills needed to help secure a job in Care Worker roles and develop the skills and knowledge needed to work across the different sectors of the community services industry.
How do I enroll?
Participants can be referred by:
WfA (Workforce Australia) providers
WfA and Digital Services Contact Centre (DSCC)
DES (Disability Employment Services),
TtW (Transition to Work),
CDP (Community Development Program),
Click for more information, including referral guide and activity codes.
If you are not receiving an income support payment, then contact our SMYL office for direct registration into our SEE program.