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Work with plants, on the land, in nature, or in conservation

Create your future in some of our most vital sectors with a TAFE SA primary industries and science qualification. Work in agriculture, horticulture, ecosystems and the environment, These are key industries that are leading the way in new technologies for the sustainable management of our environment. Be part of the exciting innovations that are leading the way in modern practices. Follow your passion and work in horticulture, conservation and natural resource management, and environmental consulting.


Courses for International Students

Course NameIntake YearCRICOS CodeTAFE SA Code
Certificate III in Horticulture2024105563CTP01069
Certificate III in Conservation and Ecosystem Management2024111778DTP01357
Diploma of Horticulture2024092587FTP01041
Diploma of Conservation and Ecosystem Management2024104847KTP01201
Diploma of Landscape Design2024111779CTP01350

•	Anderson Palmeira de Souza

What our students say

"I am a Biologist and environmental / conservation educator, with 20 years of experience in the planning and management of environmental projects, in more than 100 cities and 18 States in Brazil.

I chose TAFE SA and the state of South Australia due to the rich and exuberant nature of the region, the quality of life in the beautiful city of Adelaide, and the environmental government departments committed to serious investments in promoting the development of the State in line with sustainability with resources for research, education, community engagement and conservation park promotion.

I was also interested in the possibility of sharing my knowledge with professionals of different nationalities. Knowing that Australia is a multicultural country, made me even more fascinated by studies in the region, already the climate change and nature protection issue is global, we have to add conservation efforts on our Earth.

TAFE SA provides a quality education at an Australian government institution in SA, which promotes excellent training and is preparing me for the development of a promising career in the industries and communities benefited by nature conservation projects.

Classes are almost 100% practical, using laboratories and activities on campus, as well as fieldwork classes in conservation parks, which promote greater contact with the real work environment.

I would encourage anyone to take advantage of this opportunity to dedicate yourself to high-quality teacher studies, up-to-date material and best practices preparatory to the work environment."

Anderson Palmeira de Souza
Conservation and Ecosystem Management

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