AMEP is funded by the Australian Government and provides up to 510 hours of free English language lessons to eligible migrants and humanitarian entrants. If you have been granted a permanent visa or eligible temporary visa and speak little or no English, you may be eligible for AMEP. Some migrant young people between 15 and 17 years of age may also be eligible.
In an AMEP class you will learn English language skills and information about Australian society. You can meet other people learning English. Classes are taught by qualified teachers.
Full time and part time classes are available, contact us on 9687 1560 for further information and to enrol. To check eligibility click on the link below.
This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.
English as an Additional Language (EAL) Frameworks
22259VIC Course in EAL
22250VIC Certificate I in EAL (Access)
22251VIC Certificate II in EAL (Access)
22253VIC Certificate III in EAL (Access)
Certificates in General Education for Adults (CGEA)
22471VIC Course in Initial General Education for Adults
22476VIC Certificate I in General Education for Adults (Introductory)
22472VIC Certificate I in General Education for Adults
22473VIC Certificate II in General Education for Adults
22474VIC Certificate III in General Education for Adults
These classes are pre-accredited Learn Local courses that aim to provide opportunities for people to participate in learning for a range of purposes including work, education, volunteering and community engagement. Call us on 9687 1560 for more information.
- English (EAL) – evening
- English (EAL) for employment
- English (EAL) conversation
- English literacy for older learners
- Free English classes for asylum seekers and refugees
- Computer classes (beginner, intermediate, advanced)
- Introduction to iPad/iPhone
- Practical work pathways
- Communication and literacy for people with a disability
- Digital literacy skills
- Digital literacy for over 45s
The SEE program provides 800 hours of free training to eligible jobseekers to improve their language, literacy and numeracy skills. Contact Centrelink or your JobActive for a referral. Find out more by visiting the link below.
- 15 – 64 years old
- Active job seeker
- Australian citizen or permanent resident
- Young asylum seekers registered with jobactive
SEE can help you get the skills you need to get a job by improving your:
- reading and writing
- speaking and listening
- computer skills
Fees and refunds
Unique Student Identifier (USI)
Students must have a USI to commence any accredited training in Australia. Click here to create your own USI.