Enrol now and get your trade qualification with TAFE SA, the home of industry-leading education for the mining, engineering and automotive industries. From entry-level training and apprenticeships to advanced study for para-professionals and pathways to university, we have the courses for you. Gain hands-on experience with the latest technology and equipment as you build your trade skills and knowledge.
Our strong industry links mean you can get real-world experience in the workplace as you learn. And once you’re in the workforce, it’s easy to update and upgrade your skills with TAFE SA to ensure you’re always ready for the next career opportunity.
Get set for an apprenticeship and be work-ready with a nationally recognised qualiﬁcation from the leader in training - TAFE SA.
Learn it at TAFE SA with a wide variety of courses across mining, engineering and automotive, so you too can work it like Luci.
Luci SpearsConcrete Finisher on major civil projects
The AWTC delivers training to groups on 12 state-of-the-art welding simulators.
We welcome interested groups from industry, schools and job active providers with familiarisation visits available on Thursday afternoons and Fridays.
A continuous shipbuilding program is planned for the next thirty years and beyond with thousands of job opportunities for South Australians. This industry will be underpinned by innovation, cutting-edge technologies and powered by a highly skilled workforce.
The future jobs associated with this booming industry are diverse; ranging from welding, engineering to technical design, simulation, project management and more.
Keep your options open with an Associate Degree in Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Design & Drafting, or Site Management from TAFE SA. Take your place in the workforce as a paraprofessional or high skills employee and start building your career. Or transition with us to a university degree using the study credits you’ve already earned. Get the best of both worlds with a TAFE SA Associate Degree.
Paul Levett from Levett Engineering explains the precision engineering components that his company supplies to the Defence industry and the opportunities that are available for mechanical engineering apprentices from TAFE SA.
TAFE SA-trained Levett Engineering personnel are helping to build the military aircraft and submarines of tomorrow.
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