With autumn in full bloom, giving very soothing weather in Adelaide with school break on the side, a trip uphill near Mount Lofty was exactly what everybody needed to catch their breath, unwind from all the stress and simply have fun. So, when Daniel at TAFE SA suggested we visit the famous Beerenberg Strawberry Farm in Hahndorf, the idea immediately got positive responses and hence the date was set.
TAFE SA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with two Vietnamese educational institutions which will see eligible students from Vietnam pursue their vocational education at TAFE SA.
TAFE SA welcomed 25 students from Woosong University in South Korea, who recently arrived in Adelaide for a two week study tour.
Internationally renowned choreographers Lee Brummer and Israel Aloni are in Adelaide sharing some of the tricks of their trade with graduating TAFE SA dance students, in the lead up to their final performance which premieres tonight.
Chinese student, Jason Wang, who served as Study Adelaide’s August Student Ambassador has credited TAFE SA for his English proficiency from his new home in Manchester.
An event designed specifically for the Chinese Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector will be held in Adelaide this week, with guests learning about the local VET sector and taking in the sights and experiences that South Australia has to offer.
TAFE SA has launched a new Associate Degree in Primary Health and Wellbeing qualification to meet the emerging demand for skilled workers in care coordination roles.
TAFE SA’s well-known hospitality training is offering a university-equivalent qualification in 2017 with its new Bachelor of Hospitality Management.
TAFE SA is delighted to offer international students the opportunity to apply for their chosen course online.