English as an Additional Language
AMEP – Adult Migrant English Program (Colac)
SEE Program – The Skills for Education and Employment (Colac)
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government Department
of Education and Training.
The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training.
One way to successfully integrate into an English-speaking community is by having the ability to speak and write the language. If English isn’t your first language, Diversitat Training offers several Adult Migrant English programs which are designed to develop the language and literacy skills of culturally and linguistically diverse students. Read more…
For people who are unable to attend these courses we also offer a tutor program which will not only assist adult migrants and refugees to learn English, but will help them to embrace the Australian culture and engage within the wider community.
AMEP in Australia (Colac)
AMEP Program Brochure
For people who wish to complete a basic course in spoken and written English, our Adult Migrant English Program, otherwise known as AMEP, is the place to start. This will give adult migrants and refugees an introduction to the English Language and help them to settle more easily into the Australian way of life.
Funded by the Australian Government, the course not only covers the basics of English, but it also teaches students about the country’s culture and customs, and about Australian society today. It’s a way to meet other new arrivals and to share experiences and make new friends, and to help migrants and refugees feel that they’re not the only ones in their situation.
The course is available in either a full time or part time format and takes place in a classroom at Colac Community Library and Learning Centre, 173 Queen Street, Colac VIC 3250
See Program (Colac)
The Skills for Education Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government and provides language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) assessment and training to eligible job seekers, with the expectation that such improvements will enable them to participate more effectively in training or the labour force.
Quick facts about SEE:
- it’s free
- you can begin at your own level
- you can learn at your own pace
- you can still look for work or care for your family
- you can study full time, part time or by distance mode
- you can study between 10 and 25 hours a week
- training is based on your future goals
- you can do work experience
- it can help if English is your second language
To be eligible for the SEE Program, client must:
- between 15 and 64 years old
- registered as a job seeker with the Centrelink
- not a full time student
Certificate level courses in Spoken and Written English (English as an Additional Lanaguage) Colac & Geelong
Diversitat Training also offers several levels of the Certificate in Spoken and Written English, which has also been specially designed to assist in developing the language and literacy skills of culturally and linguistically diverse learners.
Our Geelong certificate courses aim to help students build on their existing language skills in order to undertake further education and training, or to find suitable employment within their new community.
We provide certificate courses in spoken and written English from Level I through to Level IV.
Applicants for these courses need to come from a Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) background where English is an additional language and they need to have completed the prep-level course prior to being accepted onto the course.
English Language Courses
If you’d like to know more about our English Language courses or you have questions about your eligibility to attend one of our programs, please get in touch with us here at Diversitat Training. We are currently offering a variety of diplomas, courses, and certificates in areas such as community studies or aged care and health services.
Our experienced advisors will be happy to explain the criteria and to discuss your options with you. Alternatively, if you are eligible for AMEP but are unable to attend the scheduled classes, we may be able to provide you with a home tutor.
Please call us on 5260 6000 if you’d like more information, or complete the contact form on our website.