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If you participate in the SEE program, you can get free training to help improve your reading, writing, maths and basic computer skills. You can begin at your own level, learn at your own pace and continue to look for work or care for your family. You can study full time or part time anywhere in Australia, in a classroom or remotely or a combination of both. Training providers can help tailor the training to meet your needs and goals.

How the SEE program can help you

Participating in the SEE program can help improve your English speaking, reading, writing, maths and basic computer skills that will help you build confidence in engaging in the community, to undertake further study and to gain more stable, appropriate, long-term employment.

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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Watch this animation to see how the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program can help you achieve your goals with free reading, writing and maths training.

Carla was a stay-at-home parent wanting to enter employment who realised that she needed to improve her reading and writing to get further qualifications in childcare. Due to her location and personal circumstances, she has been participating in SEE which offers her the flexibility to go to class and study from home. Watch this animation to learn more.

Case Studies

Case studies highlight the way the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program helps eligible job seekers learn the skills they need to get the job they want by improving their language, reading, writing and maths skills.

How can I access training?

To find out if you are eligible for this program and to get a referral, you should talk to Services Australia on 132 850 or contact your local employment services provider:

There are training organisations all around Australia that provide Skills for Education and Employment training. They are called 'providers'. Providers are Registered Training Organisations and include technical colleges, private providers and universities.

You can find your local provider on the SEE Providers page.