Help to build healthy, resilient communities

A community services qualification from TAFE SA can lead you to a career in community development roles. Work with the aged, people with disabilities, or those in need of refuge or advocacy. Promote social benefit to the community through recreation, education and employment programs.

Employment opportunities include family services, social housing, youth services and juvenile residential facilities. Other options include alcohol and drug services, advocacy services, non-clinical mental health, and respite services.

TAFE SA invites you to be inspired by Maria Aarts & Colette O’Donovan at our 2018 Marte Meo event.

Marte Meo, derived from Latin meaning ‘one’s own strength’, is a video based programme that provides professionals with a practical approach to building relationships, quality interactions and reflective practice and well-being. This event will be presented by Maria Aarts the founder and Director of the Marte Meo International Network and Colette O’ Donovan, a licensed Marte Meo Supervisor and Co-ordinator of the Marte Meo Training Centre, Dublin.

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Children are our future

Teach them well with our Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care.

Want to know more about Community Services courses before applying?

The pre-enrolment page has student checklists, information on fees and subsidies, Centrelink study requirements, testimonials, informed choices, application information and more!

Pre-Enrolment Information

Video: Mental Health

Adam is a community support worker in the mental health field. He chose to get into the field to help others who had experienced similar issues to him in high school. Hear Adam's story as he explains the benefits of TAFE SA's adult learning environment and the pathways to employment in the workforce.

Mental Health Courses