Create and work on structures and their component systems

The building, construction and furnishing industries offer many career opportunities for workers with trade certificates. A significant new trend in these sectors is emerging technologies that challenge traditional methods.

In TAFE SA building and construction courses, you’ll study contemporary and traditional approaches, covering practical and theoretical aspects of a variety of occupations. With qualifications in these areas you can pursue a range of careers in the building sector.

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Learn it, work it.

Apply to study a Certificate II in 2022.

Try something new, get set for an apprenticeship or ready for the real-world, with a nationally recognised qualification that will see you stand out from the pack.

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Learn it at TAFE SA with a wide variety of courses across Building and Construction, so you too can work it like Peter. 

 

Peter Xiao
Estimator and Project Coordinator at W&W International Pty Ltd

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Associate Degrees in Engineering

Keep your options open with an Associate Degree in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Design & Drafting, or Site Management from TAFE SA. Take your place in the workforce as a paraprofessional or high skills employee and start building your career. Or transition with us to a university degree using the study credits you’ve already earned. Get the best of both worlds with a TAFE SA Associate Degree.

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Specialist Facilities: Building and Construction

Students of Building and Construction at TAFE SA have access to our new $120 million state-of-the-art facility at the TAFE SA Tonsley campus on the former Mitsubishi Motors site.

The Tonsley campus is host to a suite of specialist building and construction facilities, including a four-storey building services installation rig, industry-leading workshop facilities, a computer-aided design suite and computer numerical control (CNC) woodwork and milling machines.

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Interested in solar accreditation training?

Prior to undertaking solar accreditation training, you must ensure that you have met the pre-requisites as outlined by the Clean Energy Council (CEC)

You may be able to obtain these units of competency through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or Credit Transfer (CT). Holders of an electrical license or Electrical/Electronics Degree are given credit for these units.

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