Get training for an active career

A course at TAFE SA can lead to a career in sport, recreation, fitness, events and adventure tourism. Topics studied can include exercise programming, sports psychology, and addressing clients’ needs. Our courses emphasise communication and teamwork, producing work-ready graduates who bring value to their employers.

Video: Fitness

Daniel is a specialist exercise trainer after doing a Diploma at TAFE SA. He's passionate about people being the best they can be and helping others to have a better quality of life. Listen to Daniel as he explains how TAFE SA provided him with the training needed to excel in the fitness industry.

Diploma of Fitness
* Eligibility criteria applies. See course details to check if you meet the requirements for funding.

The Centre for Fitness, Sport, Recreation and Tourism

The Centre for Sport, Recreation and Tourism’s facilities include:

  • aerobics suite
  • hydraulic circuit room
  • fully equipped gym
  • fitness assessment laboratory
  • fitness rehabilitation facility
  • work station computer suite
  • simulated events office
  • adventure ropes circuit

The centre also has buses, four-wheel-drive vehicles and all the equipment necessary for bushwalking, canoeing, rock climbing, abseiling, boating and camping.

360 Degrees: Fitness

Our Fitness, Sport and Recreation students get to spend plenty of time in the gym. Click on the image for a 360-degree view of our fitness facilities and learn what it's like to undergo practical training in TAFE SA's facilities. (Note: this component requires Flash support).

Challenge Ropes

TAFE SA’s Challenge Ropes course is a safe and fun way to take on challenges that lead to personal and professional growth. Small group settings are ideal for exploring skills such as leadership, problem solving, team building, trust and communication.

Challenge ropes programs can be tailored to suit groups from four to 25 people, focusing on specific outcomes, which we can relate to workplace, school or life situations.

Our full-day program includes activities such as:

  • name games and icebreakers
  • initiative
  • trust
  • high ropes - six elements of varying difficulty, plus the ‘leap of faith’. Includes belay school. 

Shorter programs can be arranged using a selection of these elements.