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Work towards a healthier community

Health is a fundamental issue for communities and governments, and there is constant demand for knowledgeable, qualified staff.

With TAFE SA health and lifestyle qualifications, you can pursue a career in pathology, nursing, dental health, allied health and complementary health. As public interest in fitness, nutrition and lifestyle grows, so do employment opportunities in sport and recreation, adventure tourism and fitness.

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Start your pathway to a career in the health industry

TAFE SA's Certificate II Program in Pathway to Health Studies provides fundamental skills required by the health industry, focusing on writing, literacy and numeracy in a health related context.

If you're interested in completing a health-related qualification at a higher level, or are seeking a traineeship, take the first step today.

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Clinical Skills Laboratories

In TAFE SA’s Clinical Skills Laboratories you’ll enjoy a practical, safe learning experience. The labs are constantly being improved to ensure that the clinical component of the course replicates industry standards. These contemporary teaching facilities include simulation mannequins and modern clinical equipment.

Fitness, Sport and Recreation

The Centre for Fitness, Sport, Recreation and Tourism is a leading provider of vocational education and training to the outdoor recreation, fitness, facility management, events, recreation, sport and adventure tourism industries.

Dental Studies

The Centre for Dental Studies at the Gilles Plains campus is a modern teaching facility for dental studies. It has a 36-station dental laboratory and a 28-chair fully functioning dental clinic.

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