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English language, literacy, and numeracy training for job seekers.

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The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is delivered nationally by Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).

Our program seeks to improve clients’ language, literacy and/ or numeracy to enable them to participate more effectively in training or work.

Eligible job seekers can receive free accredited training through the SEE program.

Training is delivered flexibly through full-time or part-time hours (10-25 hours per week) and can also include a work experience component.

SEE is a FREE training program for anyone between 15 years and the Australian pension age who is registered with Centrelink.

To be eligible for the SEE program clients must: 

  • be of working age (15 years and above)
  • be registered as a job seeker
  • not be a full-time student
  • meet the rules on visa status and benefits.

For eligibility visit SEE Eligibility Criteria 

“If you come to LfE, you will be given lots of study and work opportunities.”

– Maria

Learning for Employment is a high quality provider with over 20 years’ experience delivering SEE (formerly LLNP) to jobseekers.

  • We deliver SEE with a focus on employability skills
  • Initial, Basic and Advanced levels of training available
  • All SEE training hours are delivered face to face
    We deliver accredited curricula in SEE – CGEA and EAL Framework
  • Part-time or full time classes available at multiple sites in West Melbourne, Inner Metro Melbourne, North West Melbourne, Barwon and Ballarat contract regions.
  • We are community based and offer additional support services where needed
  • We have ongoing intakes in SEE
  • Our teachers are highly qualified and dedicated
  • Client outcomes are reported against the ACSF
  • We can provide you with updates on your clients attendance and progress

Who to refer?

  • All eligible clients over 15 years of age who would benefit from FREE employability focussed training
  • English speaking and non-English speaking clients
  • Early school leaver clients
  • Mature aged clients
  • Youth clients
  • Indigenous clients

How to refer?

  1. Check eligibility before referring clients to SEE.
  2. Using the site codes create an electronic referral for the client on your system or call a Learning for Employment site for assistance.
  3. Once Learning for Employment receives the electronic referral, a Pre-Training Assessment will be booked.
  4. See here for more information.