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Terms and Conditions of Enrolment

When enrolling into a TAFE SA course you must agree to the Terms and Conditions listed below.

  1. I confirm that all information provided pursuant to my enrolment/registration is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Any offer to a course, or any subsequent enrolment, made on the basis of untrue or incomplete information may be withdrawn or varied by SATAC or TAFE SA. 
  2. I agree to contact and advise TAFE SA as soon as practicable, if any of the information provided pursuant to my enrolment/registration changes.
  3. I agree to ensure that my personal contact details and information is maintained online via myTAFE SA Self Service account. Note, that requests to make name changes may only be made in person at your local TAFE SA campus suitable proof of identity will be required.
  4. I acknowledge and accept that TAFE SA reserves the right to refuse access to a funded training place in a particular qualification if I am not assessed as suitable to commence a course by the terms of external funding agreements. In these instances, TAFE SA will recommend alternative courses or full fee paying options.
  5. I acknowledge and accept that TAFE SA reserves the right to review my current skills and experience, and enrol me at the most appropriate entry level for any course in which I may be offered a place.
  6. I acknowledge and accept that if I fail to pay associated student fees, or have a third party pay fees on my behalf, or pay a required payment under an approved Fees-by-Instalment (FBI), FEE-HELP or VET Student Loans arrangement, within the timeframe nominated on my student invoice or that agreement, TAFE SA may enact any of the following courses of action
    6.1       restrict my access to TAFE SA facilities
    6.2       restrict my attendance in class(es)
    6.3       pursue any outstanding fees as a debt
    6.4       withhold any results and/or qualifications due to me
    6.5       terminate my registration in a course(s) of study with TAFE SA
    6.6       refuse any further enrolment(s) in TAFE SA; and
    6.7       should I pay the outstanding amounts and be allowed to re-enrol, preclude me from entering into future Fees-By-Instalment / Financial Hardship Agreement or Payment Plan arrangements.
  7. I acknowledge that any results (including Statements of Attainment) and qualifications due to me upon completion of a unit(s), will be withheld until any outstanding fees are paid and if applicable, my Unique Student Identifier (USI) is provided and verified. I acknowledge and accept that TAFE SA may use the ‘Existing USI Search’ to retrieve correct USI information relevant to my enrolment/registration.
  8. I acknowledge and accept that if I do not attend or participate in units and am assessed as no longer active in my enrolled program, or if I formally withdraw, TAFE SA reserves the right to cancel my enrolment and terminate associated funding agreements.
  9. I acknowledge and accept that TAFE SA courses are reviewed and updated regularly in response to industry requirements and I may be required to transition to a revised course during the course of my studies (TAFE SA will provide sufficient notice to students and employers (where the student is an apprentice/trainee) should an update be required).
  10. I acknowledge and accept that TAFE SA may record group study sessions to aid student learning activities e.g. through video-conferencing, webinar or Skype for Business, and this may involve the collection of my personal information if my image or voice is captured during the activity.  I permit TAFE SA, which holds the intellectual property in the recorded materials, to use or licence such recordings for future educational delivery by TAFE SA or a licensed educational institution.
  11. I agree that if I am a participant in such educational delivery, and I choose to concurrently record the study session, I do not hold any licence to reproduce, transfer, distribute or display any of the recorded content in any public or commercial manner.  I also confirm that I will destroy my recorded version, if applicable, at the end of the semester in which I am enrolled in the class.
  12. I acknowledge and accept that TAFE SA is required by obligations under the Standards for RTOs 2015 as well as the State Records Act 1997 to retain student records and completed assessment items in accordance with required disposal schedules.
  13. I will ensure that my password to access TAFE SA Information Technology systems is kept confidential and that I will not share any login details or confidential information with any other person.
  14. I acknowledge and accept that TAFE SA reserves the right to cancel or change scheduled times, locations, mode of delivery and classes, having provided me with reasonable advance notice, wherever possible.
  15. I acknowledge and accept that TAFE SA collects information provided pursuant to my enrolment and studies and may use this information for statistical purposes, including reporting to other bodies.
  16. I acknowledge and accept that TAFE SA may communicate with me, and provide information relevant to my current enrolment and study, through email, phone and/or Short Message Service (SMS).
  17. I acknowledge and accept that I am required to participate in certain data collection activities, including surveys that TAFE SA is required to conduct by, or on behalf of, the State or Federal governments.
  18. I acknowledge and accept that TAFE SA may use my personal contact information (or disclose this information to a Third Party to act on TAFE SA’s behalf) to seek my participation in TAFE SA student surveys (other than those required by Government (as above)) or National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) student surveys, or in relation to further study opportunities, alumni information and/or newsletters related to TAFE SA events, unless I have withdrawn the acceptance for such purposes (see clause 19).
  19. TAFE SA will only release any personal information provided by a student, in accordance with the South Australian Government Information Privacy Principles. I advise that if I do not wish for my personal information to be used as detailed in clause 18 (above) that I select ‘I do not agree with information release’ during the TAFE SA enrolment process.
    If I accept at the time of enrolment, but change my mind in the future I agree to advise TAFE SA Information Services, in writing at
  20. I confirm that I have read and understood the abovementioned Terms and Conditions of Enrolment; as well as the TAFE SA Student Code of Behaviour; and related policies including, but not limited to, those policies listed on the TAFE SA website “Apply and Enrol > Before Starting > Policies and Responsibilities”, and that I agree to act in accordance with them.
  21. For co-signatories and guarantors of persons under the age of 18 at the time of enrolment only:
    As co-signatory and guarantor, I guarantee that the student will meet any fee payment obligations and should this not occur, I will pay all outstanding fees due and payable on the student’s behalf.

TAFE SA Short Course Discount Codes – Terms and Conditions

Discount codes may be available for some TAFE SA short courses. Discount codes may offer a monetary or percentage value discount off of the total value of the short course delivery. Discount codes are only available to TAFE SA short courses that take payment via the TAFE SA website. The discount code must be entered into the relevant field during the online checkout process on the TAFE SA website.

  1. To redeem the discount, the paying customer must type the discount code into the relevant field during the online checkout process on the TAFE SA website. The relevant discount will be automatically deducted from the full price of the short course delivery. If the paying customer fails to enter the discount code at the time of purchase as specified, the purchase will not be eligible for the discount. Discounts may not be claimed after confirmation of a paying customer’s purchase of the short course delivery via the TAFE SA website.
  2. Discount codes are not redeemable when payment is made outside of the TAFE SA website. Discounts are only redeemable when the relevant code is entered into the relevant field during the online checkout process on the TAFE SA website.
  3. Where applicable, refunds will be for discounted amount only.
  4. If a refund is provided, the discount code is not redeemable on future short course deliveries of unless otherwise specified by TAFE SA.
  5. Discount codes may be valid for a limited time only and will expire on the date specified by TAFE SA on the short course page of the TAFE SA website and/or on relevant marketing material. TAFE SA reserves the right to modify or cancel at any time.
  6. Only one discount code may be applied to each enrolment for the short course that the discount applies to.
  7. Discount codes are not redeemable for cash.
  8. Discounts cannot be applied to short course deliveries previously purchased.


Terms and Conditions – AC Arts Info Sessions Short Course Competition

  1. Information on how to enter and prizes form part of these Conditions of Entry. Entry into this promotion is deemed acceptance of these Conditions of Entry by each entrant.
  2. Entry is open to residents of South Australia, aged over 18 years only.
  3. Employees of TAFE SA and immediate family members are not permitted to enter the competition.

    Duration of Promotional Period
  4. The competition will remain open for the duration of the nominations for the TAFE SA AC Arts Info Sessions Short Course Competition.
  5. The competition commences at 5pm on Wednesday 10 August 2022.
  6. The competition closes at midnight on Thursday 11 August 2022.

    Method of Entry
  7. To qualify for entry, entrants must sign up to the TAFE SA Short Course mailing list through the QR code on the poster.
  8. Entries must be received by the promoters during the promotional period.
  9. Messages received will be considered final by the promoters.
  10. Any costs associated with accessing the competition and/or the terms and conditions web pages remain the responsibility of each entrant and are dependent on the internet service provider used.
  11. One entry per person.

    Prizes and Values
  12. One (1) winner will receive two tickets to either a Beginners Photography or Introduction to Wheel Throwing short course.
  13. The total value of the Beginners Photography is AU$450 and the total value of the Introduction to Wheel Throwing is AU$750. The Prizes are valued as at 4 August 2022. The promoter takes no responsibility for any variations in the prize value due to exchange rate changes or otherwise. Prizes are not refundable, redeemable for cash, credit or foreign exchange. The two tickets are not transferable and can only be used towards either of the two short courses specified. The two tickets must be redeemed before 1 June 2023. The enrolment of the short course must be decided and submitted before this date. The course delivery may go beyond 30 June 2023 due to on-going nature of some short courses.
  14. The winner will be randomly selected from the list of entrants by midnight on Friday 12 August 2022. The winner will be notified by Tuesday 16 August 2022. The judge's decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into.
  15. A new winner will be selected if no reply to the promoter's correspondences is received within two (2) weeks from the notification. TAFE SA will contact the winner via email or phone.
  16. The promoter reserves the right to withdraw, amend or delay delivery of the prize should circumstances regarding TAFE SA or availability of staff arise beyond their control.

    Competition Draw
  17. The winners will be drawn at random on Monday 15 August 2022.
  18. TAFE SA will contact the winner via email or phone. A new winner will be selected if no reply to the promoter’s correspondence is received within two (2) weeks from the initial notification.
  19. The winner will receive an email outlining course dates for the Beginners Photography and Introduction to Wheel Throwing and be asked to choose their preference on courses and dates to study.

    Conditions of Entry
  20. To the extent permitted by law, TAFE SA is not responsible or liable for: inaccurate/incorrect transcription of entry information; purported entries that are not received for any reason, including because they are lost, misdirected or stolen, or that are received, but are late, illegible, incomplete, or sent other than as directed in the entry instructions; unauthorised human intervention in any part of the competition; electronic or human error which may occur in the administration of the competition; any loss suffered or sustained, to person or property and including, but not limited to, consequential (including economic) loss by reason of any act or omission, deliberate or negligent, by TAFE SA, or its employees, in connection with the arrangement for supply, or the supply, of any goods or services by any person to a prize winner; or any injury or damage to persons or property, including to the participant's or any other person's computer related to, or resulting from, participation or downloading any materials in this competition.
  21. To view the TAFE SA Privacy Policy refer to All entries become the property of the Promoter.
  22. Prize must be claimed before 30 June 2021. This is, the enrolment of a short course must be submitted before this date. The course delivery may go beyond 31 July 2021. due to on-going nature of some short courses. The enrolment process is taken care of by a TAFE SA staff member who will contact the winner of the prize. Please do not enrol online.

  23. The promoter is TAFE SA, 136 Days Road, Regency Park, South Australia 5010.