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Bright future for SLPET Ready-for-Work student

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Originally from Malaysia, Yvonne Lim has been in Australia for nearly five years.

She found out about STEPS AMEP and the Ready for Work course (SLPET) shortly after arriving in Australia.

“I appreciate STEPS and the teachers who taught me. They went out of their way to help and make my life easier,” says Yvonne.

Yvonne improved her understanding of English through the AMEP program, which helped her gain long-term employment at Coles, where she has been working since 2021.

“Because of the SLPET work experience, I got an understanding of the Australian work environment, responsibilities and skills needed,” she said.

STEPS AMEP student Yvonne Lim SLPET student

The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Government Department of Home Affairs.

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