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Skills for your future at TAFE Queensland

Education, School, Tertiary

If you’re looking for full-time work, and are registered as a job seeker with Centrelink, you may be eligible for the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program. Offered through TAFE Queensland, the program will help you practice interviewing for jobs, earn qualifications to stand out in the hiring process, and learn new skills in areas including retail, business, IT, and hospitality.

TAFE Queensland English Language and Literacy Services (TELLS) provides language, literacy, and numeracy training to job seekers and migrants through the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) and the SEE program.

With your career goals in mind, this personalised training will help you to develop reading, writing and numeracy skills, practise using digital software and technology, and gain valuable skills for the workforce.

Additional skills such as: Responsible Service of Alcohol, First Aid, Workplace Health and Safety, White Card, Food Safety and Barista certificates can be added to further increase a participant’s employability outcomes.

For more information about the SEE program, including eligibility please visit tafeqld.edu.au/see

To express your interest in enrolling please email




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