See Logo 2 Skills for Education and Employment                                                                       (SEE) program

 About the SEE Program


The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program provides language, literacy and numeracy training of up to 650 hours to eligible job seekers, to help them to participate more effectively in training or in the labour force. The program is delivered across Australia, from metropolitan and regional areas, right through to remote communities.

The program caters for job seeker groups with literacy and numeracy training needs including  youth, people with disabilities, mature aged people, and job seekers from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

The SEE program provides initial, basic and advanced English language training, as well as basic and advanced literacy and numeracy training.

See program consist of 4 courses:

Logo my course 1.Simple numbers and money in familiar situations: This course is essential for individuals to participate effectively in our society. They are inextricably interwoven into all parts of our lives, being directly or indirectly linked to the physical, the social and the economic wellbeing of individuals, workplace productivity and safety, community interaction and capacity.

2.Using the Internet to Develop English Language SkillsUsing the Internet to Develop English Language Skills' is a course for English learners who are willing to develop their English language and digital literacy skills to support their communication needs.

3. Read and write simple descriptive and narrative texts

4. Give and respond to simple spoken information and directions

This course applies to participants wishing to develop speaking and listening skills in English in communication of information and instructions in generally familiar contexts such as school/college, community and work, and also in communication with people outside of their immediate circle.

Each course includes synchronous meetings,  such as  Zoom Classes with recording.

The four courses on specific language, literacy and numeracy skills are to be addressed simultaneously.  

To obtain Certificate II in EAL participants have to complete 4 courses. The participants will receive a Separate  Certificate upon completing all the given assignments satisfactorily within the duration of each course. 

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'Using the Internet to Develop English Language Skills' is a course for English learners who are willing to develop their English language and digital literacy skills to support their communication needs.

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Simple numbers and money in familiar situations

This course is essential for individuals to participate effectively in our society. They are inextricably interwoven into all parts of our lives, being directly or indirectly linked to the physical, the social and economic wellbeing of individuals, workplace productivity and safety, community interaction and capacity.

After completion of this course students will be able to:

  •   identify and compare numbers in:
  •  household bills
  •   advertising leaflets or catalogues
  •  simple pricelists sports results
  •  workplace parts lists

The course consists of five sections:

1.Course Overview 

2.Order and compare       

3. Everyday fractions     

4.Calculations with numbers and money  

5.Decimals, fractions and percentages 

Each section  includes one synchronous meeting a week

The participants will receive a Certificate of Completion upon completing all the given assignments satisfactorily within the duration of the course and obtain 4 badges: 


My course certificate