The Skills for Education and Employment program (SEE) helps job seekers get the skills they need for the job they want through stronger reading, writing, maths and computer skills.
SEE training is tailored to your abilities and goals and is delivered flexibly right across Australia, both part-time and full-time, from metropolitan and regional areas, through to remote communities.
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The SEE program is a great way to gain the confidence and English language, literacy and numeracy skills needed to get the job you want or go on to further study.
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SEE Success Stories
Find out how the SEE program has helped real people reach their goals.
How SEE can help you
Stronger reading, writing, speaking, maths and computer skills can:
- Open the door to job opportunities and interesting work
- Increase confidence and ability to engage in the community
- Provide foundation skills for further study.
Who is eligible?
Most Australian residents of working age not already studying or working full-time are eligible for SEE. You need to be:
- Aged 15 to Age Pension age
- Registered as a job seeker, either with an employment services provider or as a voluntary job seeker
- Have the right to work in Australia through citizenship, residency or visa status.
How is the program delivered
SEE is delivered by a national network of providers who include technical colleges, private providers and universities. Training is delivered flexibly and can be:
- part-time or full-time
- classroom-based, remote / online, or a combination
- foundation skill-focused or vocational with foundation skills training embedded.
Where can I find out more?
For more information, you can:
- Visit the Information for Jobseekers page
- visit the Facts and Myths page
- get in touch with your local SEE provider
- call the National Customer Service Line on 1800 805 260
- call your employment services provider: