The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training.
The AMEP is an English language program for newly arrived adult migrants or refugees who are permanent residents in Australia.
What will you learn?
You will spend approximately 510 hours improving your written and spoken English.
Under the Special Preparatory Program, refugees may be eligible for additional hours under certain visa conditions.
How will the AMEP help you?
You will improve your English language skills. This will help you find a job, settle in Australia, go on to further study and make new friends.
We can also help you look for a job or plan your study at TAFE or university.
If you wish to continue studying once you have completed the AMEP, we will refer you to further English courses or vocational training.
Who can join the AMEP?
To join the AMEP (from July 1st 2011) you need to
If you would like to check your eligibility for the AMEP call us on (08) 8226 6555.
If you are not eligible for study in the AMEP you may be eligible for other courses at TAFE SA. Please contact us for more information.