Community Capacity Building for SETS clients (English Course)

Settlements Engagement and Transition Support Project (SETS) in partnership with TAFE NSW Liverpool are running English course for newly arrived refugees and migrants in Southwest Area.

This short course will assist students to learn English, build and to increase their English levels and confidence. The focus will be English, but also students will be participating in on-line activities for English using technology.

On 21 October 2019, 13 students enrolled in this course at SETS office in Mount Pritchard. This course will be running on Fridays from 25 October 2019 until 13 December 2019.

The Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese would like to thank TAFE NSW for their support and assistance in providing such a great opportunity to our New Arrived Refugees and migrants.

SETS also in the process of organising Citizenship Courses for Newly Arrived Refugees and Migrants. For further information please contact Fr Fadi Nemme on 0416 730 720.

SETS project is funded by Department of Social Services through the Assyrian Australian Association.