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Skills for Education and Employment

Skills for Education and Employment Program (SEE)

10-25 hours per week | On Campus | Full time or Part time | Daytime Classes Enrolments Open | FREE

Are you currently seeking employment and keen to get job-related training in language, literacy, numeracy and digital skills?



The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) Program is a free training to eligible jobseekers which provides job-related training in language, literacy, numeracy and digital skills.

SEE caters to various groups including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, youth, people with disabilities, mature aged people, and job seekers from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

SEE is funded by the Federal Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business.

Information for Clients:

Why should you participate in the SEE program? 

The SEE course will help you get the skills you need to get the job you want. Training is available from beginner to advanced levels. The SEE program can help you get the job you want by:

  • Improving your reading and writing skills
  • Improving your numeracy
  • Improving your digital skills
  • Improving your confidence to enter workforce
  • Improving your learning opportunities for further education

Benefits to participating in the SEE program with WCIG:

  • It is free
  • It is for eligible jobseekers (aged 15 to pension age) can get up to 2 years of full time or part-time training (10-25 hours each week)
  • Provides training based on your goals for the future
  • Helps improve language skills
  • It is delivered in a supportive adult learning environment
  • Delivered by highly qualified specialist teachers
  • We have small class sizes
  • Offers pathways to employment and/or vocationally orientated training program
  • You can study and still look for work

Success Story – From Refugee to Business Owner – WCIG


Clients are eligible to undertake the SEE program when they meet all the following criteria:

  • aged between 15 years and Age Pension age
  • registered as a job seeker, including as a volunteer job seeker
  • deemed suitable for training without any barriers that could prevent successful participation
  • either an Australian citizen or permanent resident or have working rights in Australia

The Program provides flexibility so that you can study while you are looking for.

Who is NOT eligible for the SEE program?

Clients are not eligible to undertake the SEE program if they are:

  • a full-time student at the time of referral
  • participating in the New Enterprise Incentive Scheme (NEIS); the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) or any other program advised from time to time
  • have exited the program and are seeking a referral within three months of their last exit/program completion date, except where a client is transferring to a new provider
  • a current holder of a Skilled Migrant Visa
  • currently a secondary visa holder of a person who holds a Skilled Migrant Visa (dependent)

For further details on eligibility refer to SEE Eligibility Criteria.

How can I be referred into the SEE Program? 

  • Contact your service provider. Your provider will make an appointment with WCIG for a pre-training assessment (PTA).
  • Meet with our assessor who will discuss your goals and check your reading, writing and spoken communication skills.
  • We will enrol you in the right class based on your needs.

Alternatively, you can contact WCIG. We will help you get a referral from your service provider you are linked to.

Referring agencies for the program include:

For further information, please read more about SEE on the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations’ website.

Information for Referring Agencies:

SEE participation is worth 25 points per week toward a Participant’s monthly target of 100 points (where this applies). Referrals are always accepted, and the clients can enrol at any point throughout the year. The SEE program is a pathway to employment or further study.

The SEE program is a FREE accredited training course which is provided for:

  • Clients who would benefit from employability skills-focused training
  • Clients from English speaking and non-English speaking background
  • Clients who need further development of reading, writing, maths, oracy and digital literacy skills
  • All eligible clients aged 15-64 years

WCIG is proud to deliver the SEE Program on behalf of Learning for Employment in Broadmeadows and Roxburgh Park.

Delivery location details:

Broadmeadows Site – 70-80 Pearcedale Parade, Broadmeadows, Victoria, 3047 (Site Code: L178)

Roxburgh Park Site – Suite 213, 1510 Pascoe Vale Road, Coolaroo, Victoria, 3021 (Site Code: L138)

Next Step

If you would like to make a referral on behalf of one of your clients, please contact WCIG or complete the form below.

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