Information for Employment Service Providers
TAFE SA can provide your clients with practical, work ready training to equip them for the workforce. Our qualified and experienced staff can train in pre-employment and specific skill sets, and provide workplace and live training site experience across a wide range of vocational areas. Let us support you in meeting the needs of your clients and employers.
We can assist your clients with the quality training needed to participate in the growth careers in:
- healthcare and social assistance
- professional, scientific and technical services
- education and training
- retail, accommodation and food services.
Talk to us about courses that will help put your clients on a pathway to employment.
Subsidised Training List
Government subsidised training
is available based on the recipient's employment and training level.
Work for the Dole
TAFE SA has run successful Work for the Dole projects with jobactive providers in areas including multi-trades, cafe and retail. If you’re interested in putting together a project with us, we can provide Work for the Dole options.
TAFE SA has a proven record of providing employers with programs that meet their employment needs. Participants in our pre-employment programs receive training in basic skills that prepare them for work, supported with mentoring. In most cases, these programs are funded by government and delivered at no cost to the participant. Employment outcomes can be as high as 75%. Employment areas include construction, community services, retail and more.
Foundation Skills Support
TAFE SA provides training in a range of work ready and foundation skills, including basic IT, numeracy, literacy and languages. Our literacy and numeracy assessments can identify areas where your clients need support, and help them meet the requirements for additional funded training.
Need more information?
Contact us to discuss your requirements.
Employment Services - Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get information about my client?
You can keep track of your client’s TAFE SA personal information by arranging for them to sign a Student Consent to Release Personal Information form, nominating you to access TAFE SA information on their behalf.
How can I help a jobseeker who is an existing TAFE SA student?
Your jobseeker may have experience, training and qualifications which can be credited to the course they want to study. If they have done similar study in the same program area, they may be able to reduce study time and costs by applying for credit transfer of their previous units of study, with no fees for these units. If they have relevant work or life experience, or study in a different area, they may be able to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). The cost for these units is half of what would normally be charged. If this is something your client would like to explore, ask them to talk to their lecturer.
What if my client can’t continue to study?
We realise that circumstances change, and students may not be able to complete their study. If fees have been paid and the student is part-way through training, they or you may be entitled to a refund. Talk to our staff about the circumstances.
What if my client is under 18?
There are additional forms that need to be signed by a guardian. Ask your TAFE SA program staff to provide you with these.
How does my client manage fee payments?
Arrangements for fee payment must be completed prior to the commencement of training. There are options for paying fees by instalment or VET FEE-HELP for students undertaking a diploma or above qualification. Check our payment options or contact us for more details.
We are able to provide information to assist students in managing their fee payments. The booklet Money Matters provides good advice.
What if payment for the course is made by the job network provider or third party?
Your client’s course fees can be paid by a third party, and we can arrange for that party to be invoiced directly. For details, contact the TAFE SA program staff or course contact.