The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) newsletter released by TAFE SA featured an article regarding MinLi, a participant of the AMRC’s WEIA Program. Read MinLi’s article below:
I am glad to have the opportunity of sharing my learning experience at TAFE SA! Last semester, I completed the Pathways to Community Services. It was an amazing course and the lecturers were always helpful and supportive. The course included WHS, disability awareness, Safe Environments for CYP, workplace preparation, applying for jobs and training, first aid and two weeks’ work experience. It introduced me to the field of Community Services, and the vocational placement was my first experience of the Australian workplace environment. Now I’m studying Certificate III Individual Support CHC33015 via the WEIA Program. I’m quite enjoying the course as I’ve always wanted to help and work with older people. I’m hoping to find a job in an aged care facility after I’ve completed the course and continue my learning journey at TAFE SA. The WEIA Program is run by the AMRC and supported by the Department of Social Services through Try, Test and Learn.
Article and photo credit: AMEP News, TAFE SA