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Short Courses for School Students

Short Courses for SchoolsTAFE SA has designed a range of accredited and non-accredited short courses especially for high school students.

These courses provide an opportunity for school students to trial studies in a particular area of interest.

The accredited short courses may provide a pathway to further studies through the Training Guarantee for SACE Students, School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships or further studies with TAFE SA.

Some courses may gain credits towards SACE – check with your school teacher or VET coordinator for clarification.

If the course you want is not listed within this document, talk to us about customising a course for your students.

This booklet is updated frequently. Please refer back to this page for the latest information.

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School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships

A School Based Apprenticeship or Traineeship (SBAT) allows senior secondary students to begin their apprenticeship or traineeship in years 10, 11 or 12 as part of their SACE.

Learn more about SBAT

Maintaining Partnerships

The Training Guarantee for SACE Students (TGSS) is for school students who plan undertaking vocational training upon leaving school. If you're 16 years or older and studying a TGSS course, you're guaranteed a place to finish the qualification upon completion of SACE.

Learn more about the TGSS

Planning a Career Event at your School?

Specialist TAFE SA staff are available to support your activity.

Helping students achieve their goals

TAFE SA supports the provision of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in schools.

Undertaking a VET program enables students to develop industry specific skills and gain a nationally recognised qualification while completing the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE).

Learn more about VET in Schools (VISA)

Innovative Community Action Networks

TAFE SA is approved to accept school students who are not intending to complete SACE and are recognised as Innovative Community Action Networks students as part of the Department of Education's Flexible Learning Options strategy (ICAN/FLO).

Schools must provide TAFE SA with a letter of exemption from WorkReady prior to commencement as this provides important detail with regard to funding for the student. TAFE SA will work closely with Case Managers to monitor numbers of ICAN/FLO engaged in programs with TAFE SA.

ICAN/FLO Case Managers should contact TAFE SA to commence the process.

Contact the ICAN team