The Skills for Education & Employment (SEE) program gives you new skills to help you get the job you want or move into further study.
You’ll improve your skills in English language, literacy and numeracy. If your computer skills aren’t quite up to scratch, the SEE program also offers computer literacy courses. SEE is all about YOU: you choose your goals and we support you to achieve them in a way that suits you.
Who is it For?
To be eligible for SEE, you need to be:
- Aged 15–64
- Registered as a jobseeker with Centrelink or a jobactive provider
- An Australian citizen, permanent resident or have working rights in Australia
How it Works
SEE is a government-funded program, which means it’s FREE. You can get up to 800 hours of training over 32-80 weeks at one of our 15 sites across Sydney.
The hours are flexible so you can fit them around your other commitments. At the end of the program, you may be eligible to receive one of the following qualifications:
FSK20113 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways
22259VIC Course in English as an Additional Language
22234VIC Course in Initial General Education for Adults
22235VIC Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory)
You can also choose to do a Beginners Computer Literacy Course, which is suitable for people from English and non-English speaking backgrounds.
Why Choose SEE
You can study at a location and time that suits you best. Your learning will be tailored to your needs and delivered by experienced and friendly trainers.
Hands on experience
You’ll have the chance to get out of the classroom and into the real world through opportunities like work experience and workplace excursions.
You will always feel welcome, safe and supported. MTC Australia celebrates the things that make us all unique – including language, culture, age and education level – and we encourage clients to learn from each other.
How to Apply
To apply for the SEE program or to find out more:
Call MTC Australia on 1300 981 901 or fill out the online enquiry form.
The Skills for Education & Training (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training.
You can take all the above information with you to Centrelink or to your provider via the left-hand link.
Click here to view the SEE Student Handbook.