It’s been an amazing start for the new kids on the block, as we welcome new and transitioning students into our MAX family.
This week in Brisbane, over 120 transitioning SEE students from an outgoing provider dropped in for morning tea and a tour of our brand new training site in Woodridge.
Lead trainer, Anne Scott-Hunter and her team welcomed the group providing information on our new program, saying,
“It’s great to see so many faces here. We can’t wait to get started.”
This was the feeling right across our sites as our training teams gear up and deliver a new style of training, one that replicates the workplace for our SEE students, creating fun and engaging courses using their communities as their classrooms.
SEE and AMEP National Program Manager, Kerrie Sievwright said,
“It’s one thing to get students into the classroom, but it’s another thing to keep them there,
“We know if we make the learning fun and we use all the community resources at our disposal, our students will come back,” she said.
MAX Solutions Australia is delivering the SEE program from 40 MAX Employment sites and five standalone training sites.
*The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) and the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) are funded through the Australian Government, Department of Education and training, and provide language, literacy and numeracy training for Australian job seekers and newly arrived migrants.
MAX Solutions delivers AMEP in a subcontractor arrangement with Navitas English in four Australian regions.
Image caption: MAX Solutions and Career Employment Australia (CEA) staff welcoming students to the new MAX Solutions Woodridge Campus.