TAFE SA has a range of courses that will increase your confidence and get you where you want to be. Our courses focus on developing the essential skills for success in our society.
Develop your English language or Auslan skills, improve your literacy and numeracy, prepare for further study or employment, learn how to teach and tutor others or train for support roles in education and library studies.
The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program provides language, literacy and numeracy training of up to 650 hours to eligible job seekers, to help them to participate more effectively in training or in the labour force.
The program caters for job seeker groups with literacy and/or numeracy training needs including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, youth, people with disabilities, mature aged people, and job seekers from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Mary is originally from China and couldn't understand or speak English when she first arrived in Australia. She enrolled in an English course at TAFE SA and this course ultimately helped her to find employment.
Listen to Mary as she explains why TAFE SA is the first choice for immigrants who want to learn English.
Whether you are just starting out with the English language or are looking to expand your literacy and numeracy skills for further study or employment, our courses will help you with the practical skills and background knowledge you need to accomplish basic maths, written and oral communicative tasks within any organisation.
Develop your Auslan communication skills for a variety of situations such as casual conversations with deaf family and friends or communication with deaf colleagues and clients at work, moving onto a broader range of context and social contact.
'Listen' to Brenton as he talks in Auslan, the language of the Australian deaf community, about studying at TAFE SA.
These courses have been specifically designed for women to gain the skills, knowledge and self-confidence to make informed and realistic choices about education or employment pathways.
Michelle's pathway to studying at Flinders University all began with a Certificate II in Women's Education from TAFE SA. Here she learnt crucial skills to help achieve her goals of further study
Anthony works for Redarc, an advanced electronics manufacturer that employs 100 highly-skilled staff and builds battery charging products for vehicles at its Lonsdale plant.
Redarc uses TAFE SA to deliver electronics training, coaching and apprenticeships, a service that has proven to be instrumental in Redarc's growth.
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