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.
TAFE SA proudly delivers the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) throughout South Australia.
The AMEP provides up to 510 hours of free English tuition to migrants, with those who have entered on a humanitarian visa entitled to additional hours.
The Volunteer Tutor Scheme, as part of the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP), helps eligible migrants and refugees who cannot attend English classes.
The Scheme provides training and support for volunteer tutors who help migrants and refugees to learn English and to settle into Australia.
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.
Michelle's pathway to studying a bachelor degree from 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.
Michelle is pleased to be setting a positive example for her children through education.
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.
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.
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