Welcome to Digitally Enabled Learning with TAFE SA

TAFE SA has revitalised the learning experience for students by implementing blended training delivery.

Students will continue their learning via digitally enabled methods while also attending a TAFE SA campus for the practical and assessment components of their course.

Where course content can be effectively delivered digitally, this will continue.  Where this isn’t possible, on campus options will be implemented. 

This ensures students and lecturers remain safe while the delivery of quality education and training continues.

Students can learn from the comfort of their own homes or, if they don’t have access to a computer or the internet at home, Student Access Hubs are available at some TAFE SA campuses, which will be following social distancing and cleaning practices based on the latest health advice. Students are requested to bring their own headphones to use on campus.

Our focus will always be on the safety of students and staff.

TAFE SA welcomes all feedback, so please don't hesitate to let us know your thoughts. Students are also reminded to check their TAFE SA email regularly to ensure they're kept informed. We are always here to provide help and support – simply call 1800 882 661 or email.


Student Orientation and Support

As many of our students transition to digitally enabled learning, a range of support systems are available to ensure you are able to get started as quickly as possible.

TAFE SA's learning platform, Learn, includes a Student Orientation which will be invaluable for students new to online study.

Once you've completed the orientation, select "My Courses" to access your units.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can't find what you need below? Phone 1800 882 661 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday or check out our ICT Support FAQs.

    • As a general rule, you will need access to Microsoft Office or equivalent, Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe Flash Player. You can download Microsoft Office from Office 0365 on the TAFE SA portal. Some courses may require more specific software, but you will be advised by your lecturer if that’s the case.

    • When you log into your TAFE SA Learn account, you will have access to IT-related information. Look for the ‘Student Orientation and Support’ section and choose ‘Get Connected” for information on email, One Drive and other systems you can use.
      If you need help, you can log an ICT help query, call the TAFE SA Infoline on 1800 882 661, or check ICT Support on the website.

Information for International Students

If you need additional information or would like to discuss your current situation with the International Student Support Consultant (Julie Ladic) or a TAFE SA counsellor, please contact the TAFE SA Customer Support Contact Team on 1800 882 661 to arrange a phone appointment or email info@tafesa.edu.au.

Have you heard that the South Australian Government is offering international students a $500 payment? It’s a one-off cash payment to help you through the COVID-19 pandemic. You will need to apply for the payment, though. You'll find details and the application link here and on the Study Adelaide website.

You will find more information about TAFE SA’s COVID-19 response on our website. For further information about COVID-19, you can contact the Australian Government Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080 or visit the SA Health Website.

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