How SEE helps job seekers

Issues such as low literacy, numeracy or language skills can impact on a job seeker’s confidence to participate and their ability to succeed in the workplace or a classroom environment. For many job seekers, building self‑confidence will boost their capacity to take up jobs or further training.

There are many potential benefits for job seekers participating in training through the SEE program, including:

  • overall improvement in language, literacy and numeracy skills
  • improved confidence and ability to engage in the community
  • increased confidence to undertake further study
  • obtaining new or improved vocational skills for further study or employment
  • developing pathways to employment
  • ability to gain more stable, appropriate, long-term employment

The article below highlights a specific example of how one job seeker benefited from participating in the SEE program.

A Students Success Story

Although Kristy was fairly confident about her language, literacy and numeracy skills, a SEE Pre‑Training Assessment showed that she could benefit from some improvements and support. Read the article, A Student’s Success Story for the full story on how Kristy’s experience with the SEE program helped her to achieve her goals and successfully undertake a total career change and gain employment.