TAFE SA arts and design courses offer intensive, practical learning across a range of disciplines.
The building, construction and furnishing industries offer many career opportunities for workers with trade certificates.
Whether you’re interested in the management of money, people or projects, you’ll gain the skills and knowledge you need to thrive.
A TAFE SA community services qualification can lead you to a career in community development roles.
TAFE SA education and languages courses focus on developing the skills essential for success in our society.
TAFE SA is the largest provider of police, legal and justice training in South Australia.
If you're interested in being a beauty therapist, hairdresser, nail technician or makeup artist, TAFE SA can help you get there.
With TAFE SA health and lifestyle qualifications, you can pursue a career in nursing, pathology, dental, complementary health or fitness, sport and recreation.
Whether you enjoy meeting and working with people, or working behind the scenes to create fine flavours, there’s a TAFE SA course to suit you.
Information Technology is now a vital element in most industries and occupations. At TAFE SA you will receive practical, hands-on IT training in small groups.
TAFE SA provides industry-leading education for the mining, engineering and automotive industries.
TAFE SA primary industries and science qualifications can lead to careers in animal or veterinary care, laboratory technology, the wool industry, or conservation.
These courses provide graduates with a qualification – also known as an award – that is recognised by the Australian Qualifications Framework.
Learn a new skill, gain a licence or get a taste for a new career in a TAFE SA short course.
TAFE SA online courses are convenient and flexible, so you can learn at your own pace.
Learn the skills of a trade or occupation in the workplace with an apprenticeship or traineeship.
Dual Offer courses enable you to apply for a TAFE SA Diploma or Advanced Diploma qualification and a connected university program in one application.
A TAFE SA degree, accredited by the national higher education regulator, is equivalent to a degree offered at an Australian university.
An Associate Degree is a two-year Higher Education course of study that covers the foundations of your discipline (or several disciplines).
TAFE SA skill set courses provide certification for specific workplace skills.
TAFE SA professional development short courses teach new skills and keep your professional knowledge up to date.
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To help you make the right study choices for the career you want, TAFE SA holds free course information sessions.
You can transfer your university credit points to TAFE and earn an applied qualification to enhance your career prospects
Find out more about our major industries, the kind of jobs you'd expect to find in each industry and the TAFE SA training options on offer.
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