Learn, and help others to learn and understand

TAFE SA's education and languages courses focus on developing the skills essential for success in our society. Whether you’re learning how to express yourself or helping others to do so, these courses can provide the knowledge you need to take the next step in your career.

Teach english to speakers of other languages

Teach English to people from diverse backgrounds with our Certificate IV in TESOL

Improve your reading, writing and numeracy skills

At TAFE SA you can gain basic literacy and numeracy skills through the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program. You can get up to 800 hours of free accredited training, starting at your own level and working at your own pace. You can train part-time or full-time while still looking for work or caring for your family. For more information, including eligibility requirements, visit the SEE website or send us an email.

Visit the SEE Website

Video: Sign Language

Want to learn how to help deaf and hearing impaired people? You can at TAFE SA. 'Listen' to Brenton as he talks in Auslan, the language of the Australian deaf community, about studying at TAFE SA.

Sign Language Courses

Video: Women's Education

After some difficult personal experiences, Alex chose to undertake Women's Education training at TAFE SA. The training helped her to improve her communication skills and ultimately enabled her to successfully apply for a university course. Listen to Alex as she explains how TAFE SA provided her with a pathway to a university education.

Women's Education Courses

Video: Workplace Training

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.

Workplace Training

Video: English Language

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.

English as a Second Language Courses