The Commonwealth Government's Skills for Education and Employment program (SEE) provides up to 650 hours of language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) training to eligible job seekers.
Delivered all over Australia, SEE is aimed at job seekers with literacy and/or numeracy training needs
Eligible job seekers can be referred to SEE by the Department of Human Services and employment services providers. Some state governments provide additional funding to address LLN needs.
The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) offers up to 510 hours of free English language education. The program is open to people 15 and over who speak little or no English and are either a permanent resident or hold an eligible temporary visa. Time limits apply for registering, starting and completing a course.
Jobs Australia provides updates and briefings on developments in this area. News items and resources relating to our policy representation and our support services for members can be found on this page and you can subscribe to news updates and upcoming event notifications by joining the SEE, AMEP and LLN group