Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) Program

Prepare for work, training or further education.

What is the SEE Program?

Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) is a free adult education program which helps students develop their language, literacy, numeracy and technology skills, with the aim to prepare them for employment, training or further study.

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How can the SEE Program help you?

The SEE Program offers jobseekers the opportunity to improve their employability skills.

Whether you are looking to improve your reading and writing skills, build your confidence for job interviews, or learn more about computing and digital literacy, this program has a course for you.

Refining your skills can pave the way for career growth, whether it’s getting promoted or making a sideways leap. There are many ways that the SEE Program can help you throughout your career journey. No matter what stage you are at in your career, there are always opportunities for further study to improve your skillset.

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Boost your skills and confidence to land the job you want

Are you a jobseeker looking to build skills and confidence to achieve your career goals? Consider the SEE Program!

 Employers look for candidates who demonstrate the ability to excel in their role, and one of the best ways to develop the skills you need and build confidence in your abilities. By continuously learning and keeping your skills up-to-date, you will stand out from the competition and increase your chances of landing the job you want.

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Reading, writing, and literacy skills

In terms of employment, well-developed communication skills are highly valued by employers. Being able to articulate your ideas confidently makes you more likely to succeed in interviews and impress potential employers.

Improving your reading, writing, and English language skills can help you develop the confidence and job interview skills you need to be successful in the workplace.

Numeracy skills

Maths is another area where increased confidence can make a big difference. Numeracy training can help develop the skills you need to apply for jobs that require mathematical ability, such as positions in finance or accounting.

Strong maths skills can open up a lot of doors – whether you are looking at retail jobs involving cash handling or office-based roles involving data entry or analysis.

Computer skills

In today's digital age, having strong computing skills is essential for finding the job you want. The SEE Program can help you develop the digital skills you need to use computers confidently and competently.

  • Reading, writing, and literacy skills
  • Numeracy skills
  • Computer skills

Need more information?

The world of work is constantly changing, and it can be difficult to keep up with industry trends.

The SEE Program can help you to:

  • explore industry trends, work pathways and training options so that you can make an informed decision about your future career.
  • connect with pathway programs at TAFE, colleges and universities.

For more information about Centacare’s SEE Program, please contact us today.

The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Employment and Workplace Relations.

Explore courses under the SEE Program

Computer Skills For Work

A free course that allows you to develop your digital literacy skills to help you find work or go on further study.

Kadadjiny Bidi

Kadadjiny Bidi means ‘Learning Path’ and is a free program that is open to all jobseekers aged 15+.

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