SEE Referrers

Who is a referring agency?

Referring agencies are the link between job seekers and the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program. The Department of Human Services, jobactive, Disability Employment Services, Community Development Program, Transition to Work, and ParentsNext providers are able to refer job seekers to the program so they can access training and support to build their language, literacy and numeracy skills.

What does a referring agency do?

After determining a job seeker’s eligibility and agreement, referring agencies are required to make an appointment for a Pre-Training Assessment on the job seeker’s behalf with a SEE provider.

Pre-Training Assessment appointments should be made and the confirmed with the job seeker at the time of referral.

Tools for referring agencies

The documents below contain further information on how the SEE program works and examples of how the program can benefit job seekers:

When referring a job seeker to the SEE Program the following workflow should occur:

To assist referring agencies in navigating the referral systems, referral guides have been developed for both the Employment Services System (ESS) and Community Development Program system.