Statement of Attainment in Job Seeking skills for Migrants

Course Code 158-70051V01 Available Campus
Qualification Statement of Attainment
Industry Area General Education
Languages And Communication
Course Brochure - PDF 1425KB

Government Subsidised Government Subsidised Training is available for this course      


This course is designed for migrants who want to improve their job seeking skills.

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements

New enrolments

Select your preferred campus to enrol. If you would prefer to enrol in person, or online enrolment is not available for your course, please visit your chosen campus or call 131 674. See Enrolling and registering for more information on enrolling in a Government Subsidised course.

Please note that in addition to your formal training you may need to allow for additional study time. Your teacher will guide you in what is appropriate for you.


This training is subsidised by the NSW Government.
For more information about, fees, payment plans, exemptions and concessions go to Fees and Financial Assistance.

Course related charges

You may be required to pay a course related charge in addition to the course fee. Course related charges cover the cost of materials, resources, equipment or services you may need to participate in your course.

Early school leavers and TVET

Prospective students under 17 years of age who have not completed Year 10 or equivalent should go to the Early School Leavers page or contact their school. Prospective TVET students should contact their school regarding enrolling in this course.

Course outcomes

Future study options

This course units provide pathways into Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English.

TAFE NSW courses run only if there is sufficient demand and resources.

Course availability

Important Dates

15 hours per week for 5 weeks (catchup one day for PH) plus 1 x 4 hour workshop. This course starts on 14 May. Contact for more information and if you require an English language assessment.


For further information contact us on 131 674 or (02) 9942 0333.

Government Subsidised

Part Time Day
Course Units
This course is for skilled migrant CALD background jobseekers with a high English language level of approx ISLPR 3+/ IELTS 6.5. Classes run 3 days per week from 9am to 2.30pm, with face to face classes for 15 hrs per week for 5 weeks (6 weeks with Easter), plus one 4 hour workshop.  You can expect to do an additional 71 hours (12 hours per wk) self-directed study, which may include research, written, online and/or workplace activities plus a pre-reading task. Applicants must be Australian or New Zealand Permanent Residents or Citizens who hold an overseas qualification and be seeking employment in their field of expertise. Applicants must have a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent. Students who do not have a current IELTS or equivalent, may undertake a free English language assessment to assess eligibility for the course. Please email for further information.
Commences 14 May 2018
Length 5 weeks, 15 hours per week

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