TAFE SA is a Skills for All Training Provider.
Skills for All is a South Australian Government initiative that changes the way some TAFE SA courses are funded.
It will give South Australians the opportunity to gain more qualifications at TAFE SA, many with low or no tuition fees.
An individual will need to meet course entry requirements and verify their eligibility for the course of their choice before being enrolled in government-funded training.
If you are Under 18 at the time of enrolment you will need to complete the Student Agreement form, signed by a parent or guardian and return it to the campus.
- Qualifications at Certificate level I and II will be fully funded, which means there are no course tuition fees. See a list of our fee free courses.
- Qualifications at Certificate III level and above will be partially government funded and students will be expected to pay a course fee as well as any relevant incidental fees.
For more information on Skills for All please visit www.skills.sa.gov.au, or find a funded course now. You can also view the TAFE SA Skills for All Student Fee Schedule (PDF 1.3Mb).
Anyone applying for TAFE SA courses that are on the government-funded Skills for All list, must apply online through SATAC TAFEWeb.
During the TAFE SA online enrolment process you will automatically be provided with a Skills for All Student Number and Training Account.
Use the calculator below to check your eligibility and find out what courses you are able to be funded for. This calculator also appears on course pages to help you calculate your eligibiliy and fees for each course.