What is SEE?
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program provides language, literacy and numeracy training to eligible job seekers, to help them to participate more effectively in training or in the labour force.
The program is delivered across Australia, from metropolitan and regional areas, right through to remote communities.
The program caters for job seeker groups with literacy and/or numeracy training needs including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, youth, people with disabilities, mature aged people, and job seekers from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government's Department of Education, Skills and Employment.
To SEE is to believe
SEE, how it works
The SEE program will help participants to:
- Improve your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills
- Improve your numeracy skills
- Develop your computing skills
- Gain the confidence and skills to apply for jobs
- Explore your work and training options.
- Participate in vocational exploration to match current skills to the industry needs.
- Participate in formal and informal job interviews
- Improve writing skills to write reports, emails, address job selection criteria and cover letters.
What will I study?
North Metropolitan TAFE offers a variety of short courses and skill sets.
Our short courses will help you gain skills in a specific area to help you get a promotion, change careers or just to learn for fun.
Our skill sets are a type of short course that provides certification for specific workplace skills. Skill sets are made up of one or more units of competency which link to an industry need or regulatory requirement, such as a licence.
Our SEE participants will be trained in using computers to produce work documents i.e. emails, letters, spreadsheets, power point presentations, use social media and mobile technologies to networking and to search for employment and further training opportunities.
Education for employment
Digital skills and employability
In this modern world, digital literacy is very important to be competitive in the labour force. All our SEE participants will have the opportunity to experience technology hands-on and work closely with an experienced facilitator.
Learning will be an action-based project, in which participants will gain confidence by working together. Participants will use a range of North Metropolitan TAFE technologies such as PCs and multifunction devices. All computers have access to the full Microsoft Office suite.
If you are a business interested in hosting a SEE participant for a work placement please contact us.
Want to see your jobseekers’ confidence improved, as well as their language literacy, numeracy and digital skills ready to enter and remain in the labour force? Then the SEE program is the option to refer your jobseekers to do their LLN and DL training.
How to refer your jobseekers to the SEE program at North Metropolitan TAFE
- Assess the clients’ eligibility to the SEE program
- Assess the clients’ suitability and capacity to benefit from the program
- Refer the client to the SEE program at North Metropolitan TAFE through ESS
- Once the referral is on the system, North Metropolitan TAFE will contact the client for a pre-training assessment.
Jobseekers without a jobactive provider
If you are not registered with a jobactive service provider you can talk to Centrelink and request a referral to the SEE program. Or visit the jobactive website to find a service provider.
Where will my course be held?
North Metropolitan TAFE, Perth campus
Level 3, 25 Aberdeen St, Perth WA 6000
North Metropolitan TAFE, Balga campus
E Block (E003) 18 Loxwood Rd, Balga WA 6061
North Metropolitan TAFE, Midland campus
Cnr Lloyd St and Eddie Barron Dve, Midland WA 6056
In the news
- Department of Education, Skills and Employment - Explainer: Skills for Education and Employment Program(opens in a new tab)
- Department of Education, Skills and Employment - Skills for Education and Employment(opens in a new tab)
- Department of Education, Skills and Employment - Australian Core Skills Framework(opens in a new tab)
- Department of Education, Skills and Employment - Skills and Training Incentive(opens in a new tab)