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Key Responsibilities

TAFE SA’s Regional Managers are a key point of contact for all industry training needs. Our Regional Managers represent TAFE SA on local industry and community advisory groups and have a good understanding of the training available in the region. They also provide an initial point of contact for businesses, government agencies, schools and universities. Our Regional Managers work with our wide range of program areas to ensure cohesive activity and delivery of services across South Australia. To contact your local Regional Manager please refer to the relevant Contact person listed below.


Contacts

Tania Plunkett

Tania Plunkett
P: 8735 1527
M: 0419 586 344
Limestone Coast:
Mt Gambier, Naracoorte, Millicent, Bordertown, Penola, Kingston, Keith, Beachport, Robe, Lucindale, Port MacDonnell, Tantanoola, Tarpeena, Nangwarry.
Robin O'Dea

Robin O'Dea
P:8638 4228
M: 0438 458 997
Mid North & Far North:
Port Pirie, Port Augusta, Roxby Downs, Jamestown, Peterborough, Gladstone, Crystal Brook, Booleroo Centre, Leigh Creek.
David Hutchinson

David Hutchinson
P: 8842 6604
M: 0428 114 153
Barossa Lower North & Yorke:
Nuriootpa, Angaston, Tanunda, Freeling, Kapunda, Eudunda , Two Wells and Virginia, Riverton, Clare, Balaklava, Burra, Mallala, Snowtown, Yorketown, Minlaton, Maitland, Ardrossan, Kadina, Moonta, Wallaroo, Port Victoria, Port Broughton.
Richard Horgan

Richard Horgan
P: 8688 3655
M: 0428 134 960

Whyalla & Eyre Peninsula:
Port Lincoln, Whyalla, Cleve, Kimba, Wudinna, Ceduna, Streaky Bay, Tumby Bay, Elliston, Penong, Cowell, Coffin Bay, Louth Bay, Lock, Cummins, Poochera, Minippa. 

Julie Robertson

Julie Robertson
P: 8595 2605
M: 0455 062 726

Riverland & Murraylands:
Renmark, Berri, Loxton, Waikerie, Karoonda, Pinaroo, Murray Bridge, Mannum, Tailem Bend, Meningie.

Tim Hutchinson

Tim Hutchinson
P: 8391 7390
M: 0477 740 558

Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island:
Mount Barker, Victor Harbor, Yankalilla, Noarlunga. Kingscote, Stirling, Mount Compass, Goolwa, McLaren Vale, Strathalbyn.
Tom Quigley


Tom Quigley
M: 0467 783 745

Adelaide Metro - South & East:
Onkaparinga, Marion, Holdfast Bay, Mitcham, Unley, Burnside, Norwood, Payneham and St Peters, Campbelltown, Walkerville, Prospect.
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Voula Branch

Voula Branch
M: 0429 151 076


Adelaide Metro - North & West:

Adelaide, West Torrens, Charles Sturt, Port Adelaide Enfield, Playford, Tea Tree Gully, Salisbury



 

 

 





















Regional News

Rekindling Indigenous Relationships Project at TAFE SA

May 06, 2014

On April 8, thirteen Indigenous TAFE SA Students completed Certificate II in Family Well Being at Pika Wiya, Port Augusta.

The course was provided by the Aboriginal Access Centre of TAFE SA as part of the Rekindling Indigenous Relationship Project, funded by the Federal Department of Social Services under their Indigenous Family Safety Program

The Family Wellbeing program was designed by Aboriginal people for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and is an education and counselling skills program focussed on relationship skills, coping with grief and loss and understanding the issues of family violence.

Shirley Prider, TAFE SA Family Wellbeing Lecturer and Project coordinator said the focus of the training was on ‘healing’.

“Many of the graduates have made changes in their lives to enhance their family relationships and improve their own general wellbeing,” said Shirley.

TAFE SA, as part of the Rekindling Indigenous Relationship Project, will now provide the Family Wellbeing ‘Facilitator Skillset’ to five of the students, this will enable these students to support the further dissemination of these skills within their communities.

For further enquiries please contact Shirley Prider on 08 85952654.

Photo: TAFE SA graduates of Certificate II in Family Wellbeing
Back Row: Shirley Prider, Julie Page, Sharon Saunders, Corina Jenkins, Wenonah Brady, Michelle Brady, Sarah Shaw, Sarah McMahon. Middle Row: Stacey Brady, Natalie Giles. Front Row: Erica Franey, Marlene Brady, Marcia Shaw, Mary Wilson.