Language Literacy and Numeracy Program
Language, Literacy and Numeracy Program (LLNP) classes aim to help eligible jobseekers to get and keep a job, prepare for training or study, and make everyday life easier.
Jobseekers benefit from opportunities to:
- practise and improve English skills to communicate in everyday situations
- develop skills to improve employment and study opportunities
- learn basic computer skills - write emails and use programs such as Word and Excel
- use elearning to improve reading, writing and numeracy skills
- develop personal confidence
- try a variety of work experience (available at some sites).
Language, literacy and numeracy training is available to eligible jobseekers who are:
- of working age (15 to 64 years); and
- registered with Centrelink as unemployed and looking for work (job seeker); and
- not a full time student.
You must also be one of the following:
- aged 15 to 20 years and not in receipt of income support but registered as a job seeker with Centrelink
- holding a temporary humanitarian visa subclasses 786 and have applied for and been granted Special Benefit on or after 1 January 2003 (Note: visa conditions apply)
- a migrant who is subject to the two year waiting period (visa conditions may apply)
- a holder of temporary or provisional visa subclasses 309, 310, 820, 826 and 850
- a citizen and permanent resident whose first language is not English, regardless of whether you are getting income support (Note: visa conditions apply)
Check you eligibility for the Language Literacy and Numeracy Program (LLNP) through your local Centre link office.
Contact your Centrelink Office or Employment Services Provider to refer you to LLNP at TAFE Queensland.
The LLNP is delivered by TAFE institutes on behalf of the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.