What is SEE?
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program helps job seekers develop the skills needed for employment or further training.
The SEE program will help you:
- Improve your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills
- Improve your numeracy skills
- Develop your computing skills
- Gain the confidence and skills to apply for jobs
- Participate in work experience
- Explore your work and training options
How do I join?
To participate in the SEE program at South Metropolitan TAFE, contact your local:
- Centrelink or Disability Employment Services (DES) - click here for details
- jobactive - call the Job Seeker Hotline on 13 62 68 for more information
These organisations will assess your eligibility and refer you to the SEE program.
If required, South Metropolitan TAFE can provide you with a copy of the referral Form to give to your employment services provider.
Where will my course be held?
South Metropolitan TAFE runs the SEE program at the following campuses:
- Armadale campus - Jull Street, Armadale (Language streams only)
- Balga campus - Loxwood Road, Balga*
- Carlisle campus - Corner Oats and Band Streets, Carlisle (Language streams only)
- Midland campus - Corner Lloyd Street and Eddie Barron Drive, Midland*
- Thornlie campus - Burslem Drive, Thornlie
* As of 1 January 2017, Balga and Midland campuses are a part of North Metropolitan TAFE. South Metropolitan TAFE will continue to work with SEE students at these campuses until end of June, 2017.
How much will it cost?
The SEE program is free to job seekers who are assessed as eligible by Centrelink, DES or jobactive providers.
How often will I attend?
You will have up to 800 hours of training and can start anytime during the year. You can attend part-time (10-19 hours per week) or full time (20-25 hours per week). Centrelink or your jobactive provider will clarify how many hours your are required to do.