NORTEC delivers the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program, a free program for eligible participants. NORTEC’s delivery of this program abides by and is regulated by a Provider Code of Conduct.
The program caters for job seekers who are experiencing significant disadvantage due to low levels of language, literacy and/or numeracy
The SEE program provides eligible job seekers with accredited training to improve their access to successful employment and further education. It is funded by the Australian Government and is designed to improve the employability of eligible job seekers through developing and strengthening their language, literacy and numeracy skills. The aim of the Program is for prepare job seekers to be job-ready.
The Program provides language, literacy and numeracy training to eligible job seekers, to help them to participate more effectively in training or in the workforce.
The Skills for Education and Employment Program offers:
The SEE program can also be a stepping stone towards further study and a qualification and is suitable also for those with a non-English Speaking background. The program offers initial, basic and advanced streams of training.
SEE is not like school. It provides:
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training.
The program caters for job seekers who are experiencing significant disadvantage in the labour market due to low levels of language, literacy and/or background.
Eligible jobseekers include:
To be eligible for a referral to the SEE program job seekers must:
Eligible job seekers are referred to the program through Referring Agencies, including the Department of Human Services, jobactive, Disability Employment Services, the Community Development Program, Transition to Work, and ParentsNext providers.
The Skills for Education and Employment program is held at 15 sites across
NSW and QLD, delivering training Monday through Thursday each week: