AMEP and SEE 2017 Tender Outcomes


Assistant Minister for Vocational Education and Skills, the Hon Karen Andrews MP, announced the outcome of the AMEP and SEE tender. For further information on the media release, visit the Assistant Minister’s media centre .

From 1 July 2017, 14 AMEP Service providers will deliver services in 58 AMEP contract regions. AMEP services will be delivered by one service provider in each contract region, with the exception of the Sydney South West region, where a multi-provider model will be trialled.

TAFE NSW has been contracted to deliver AMEP distance learning services nationally.

Lynda Wise and Associates has been contracted to undertake quality assurance of AMEP nationally.

A list of new SEE contract regions and service providersAMEP contract regions and service providers, and an Interactive map of the new contract regions are available.


Where can AMEP students get further information?

Current AMEP students should contact their current service provider for information. Contact details for current service providers and their sites are available on the department website until 30 June 2017.

Where can migrants go for further information or check their eligibility for AMEP?

Potential AMEP students should be directed to current AMEP service providers to check their eligibility. During the transition period, depending on individual circumstances and class availability, the current service provider may not be able to enrol new clients in a class. In these circumstances the AMEP student will be referred to the new service provider for enrolment.

Where can students go if they need more help?

If the current or new service provider is not adequately assisting AMEP students or potential AMEP students they should contact the department for assistance:

Phone:  13 38 73