The AMEP & Me Student Art Exhibition
Celebrating 75 years of the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP), this unique visual art exhibition has been curated by the students of Navitas Skilled Futures, showcasing the life-altering effects the program has had on their settlement journeys.
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25 years of Navitas Skilled Futures delivering the AMEP!
Navitas Skilled Futures is proud to commemorate 25 years of empowering individuals through the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP).
Since 1998, Navitas Skilled Futures has supported over 250,000 migrants and refugees in their journey to building better futures, by improving their literacy, numeracy, and digital skills. The AMEP, which is funded by the Australian government, has been instrumental in providing life-changing learning opportunities countless individuals.
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We care about enabling people to live their best life in Australia. We believe everyone should have the skills they need to walk into a better future; a future faced with confidence, hope and progress.
We are trusted by our clients to help transform their lives through our innovative education and employment-focused programs.
We teach a range of skills, including English, digital and work skills, to provide the key to a better future.
News, blogs and events
Celebrating 75 Years of the Adult Migrant English Program
December 22, 2023
Last week, Navitas Skilled Futures (NSF) launched ‘The AMEP & Me’ art exhibition at the Fairfield Central Shopping Centre. The exhibition was created by NSF students to mark 75 years of the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) an initiative that supports the English language settlement needs of migrants and refugees. It also celebrated 25 years […]
Designs on their future: retail training helps young refugees
December 19, 2023
Three Navitas Skilled Futures (NSF) youth students have gained work experience, retail skills and increased confidence from a unique program at a Sydney social enterprise empowering refugee and migrant women. Sarah Al-Nadawi, Marleen Jameel and Mariam Kamara graduated from the 12-week Retail Training Program at ethical fashion store, The Social Outfit, Newtown, which included paid […]
Youth expo provides inspiration, opportunities
November 30, 2023
A Ukrainian teenage girl forced by Russian bombing to flee her home on foot in freezing conditions, a former Taekwondo national champion and activist rushed out of Afghanistan due to threats from the Taliban, and an award-winning Year 12 student whose life was “shaped by the shadows of war” in Syria were three young speakers […]
Innovative project promotes student growth
October 13, 2023
An innovative project at Navitas Skilled Futures providing work, study and related social experiences has delivered a range of positive outcomes for all participants. The Grow, Move & Make Youth Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) Innovative Project*, which ran for 12 weeks from July to October at Fairfield College, combined classroom activities with off-site visits, […]
SBS partners with NSF to make learning English fun
August 10, 2022
Navitas Skilled Futures has teamed up with SBS and WIRES on a new media project to help migrants learn about Australian wildlife while improving their English language skills. The ‘Living with Aussie Wildlife’ project will be freely and publicly accessible from the SBS Learn English website, and will include videos, activities and worksheets relating to […]
A lesson in healing, from our students
June 22, 2022
A class of students from diverse countries and backgrounds have given presentations on “Healing and Human Connections” in a special Refugee Week event at Navitas Skilled Futures Canberra. The students – from countries including Afghanistan, Iraq, China, Myanmar, Vietnam, Japan, Mexico and Bangladesh – presented to classmates and representatives from the Canberra Refugee Service (CRS). […]