Pathways to Employment

Employment Pathways Program (EPP) Overview

The Employment Pathways Program (EPP) provides:

•    an additional 200 AMEP hours
•    pathways into entry level employment or further education and training
•    a combination of English language and vocational tuition
•    workplace communication skills
•    a greater understanding of the Australian workplace and culture
•    access to vocational counselling

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the course, students will be eligible to receive a nationally recognised:

•    Statement of Attainment from the Certificate II in Spoken and Written English
•    Statement of Attainment from a relevant vocational discipline

Eligibility

Participants must:

•    be eligible for the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)
•    have at least one AMEP hour remaining and have not achieved function English
•    have an intermediate/high CSWE II English level
•    undertake a work placement

Other eligibility criteria may apply.  Please contact SGSCC English on 9528 3344 for further details. EPP is funded by the Australian Government, Department of Immigration and Citizenship through the Adult Migrant English Program.

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Linked Skills Programs Overview

Students who participate in Linked Skills Programs study a vocational certificate at the same time as the Certificate III in Spoken and Written English. They study with two teachers - one teacher provides vocational training and the other teacher provides English language support.
 

Linked Skills Programs

•    provide English language skills development and industry training for the Australian workplace
•    target newly arrived migrants and refugees who want to train or retrain
•    are free for eligible participants
•    enhance workplace communication skills
•    include a minimum of 2 weeks work experience
 

Learning outcomes

Successful students can achieve:

•    a nationally recognised vocational qualification or Statement of Attainment
•    Certificate III in Spoken and Written English or Statement of Attainment
 

Eligibility

Participants must:

•    be eligible for the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)
•    have an upper intermediate / CSWE III English level

Other eligibility criteria may apply.  Please contact SGSCC English on 9528 3344 for further details. The Linked Skills Programs are funded by the Australian Government, Department of Immigration and Citizenship through the Adult Migrant English Program and NSW AMES.
 

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Traineeship in English and Work Readiness Program (TEWR) Overview

Traineeship in English and Work Readiness Program (TEWR) provides:

•    an additional 160 AMEP hours
•    pathways into entry level employment or further education and training
•    a combination of English language and vocational tuition
•    workplace communication skills
•    a greater understanding of the Australian workplace and culture
•    access to vocational counselling
•    access to mentoring assistance
 

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the course, students will be eligible to receive a nationally recognised:

•    Statement of Attainment from the Certificate III in Spoken and Written English
•    Statement of Attainment from a relevant vocational discipline
 

Eligibility

Participants must:

•    be eligible for the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)
•    have at least one AMEP hour remaining and have not achieved functional English
•    have an upper intermediate / CSWE III English level
•    undertake a work placement

Other eligibility criteria may apply.  Please contact SGSCC English on 9528 3344 for further details.
TWER is funded by the Australian Government, Department of Immigration and Citizenship through the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP).

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