TAFE SA has installed Government QR codes across all sites. Staff, students and visitors must use the Government's COVID-Safe Check-in mobile app.
Please note that SA Police are now checking QR code check-ins. We ask that all students, staff and contractors ensure they use the campus QR code.
SA Health has advised that for TAFE SA, wearing masks is strongly recommended and if you can wear a mask, wear a mask. This is the direction we are following.
You are encouraged to bring your own face mask, but if you do arrive to campus without one then masks will be available at all Student Hub counters at every campus.
There are high risk activities where masks must be worn to comply with SA Health requirements. This includes TAFE SA activity such as:
For the delivery of education and training, TAFE SA is exempt from the density requirements. We continue to do everything to make our teaching and learning spaces as safe as possible.
There are other situations where TAFE SA has implemented the 3 people per 4 square metres density requirement. This includes the following settings where the public attends a TAFE SA campus:
For gyms, indoor fitness and indoor sport density shall be 1 person per 4 square metres.
We need to maintain a distance of 1.5 metres apart from each other within any indoor and outdoor space where possible (including classrooms and workshops).
More information can be found on the sa.gov.au website.
It’s important that we all do everything we can to keep ourselves and each other safe:
We will do everything we can to ensure that you are not disadvantaged in your studies as a result of this quarantine period.
We are here to support students every step of the way. Our student support team can be contacted via email@example.com or 1800 882 661. Our student counsellors are also available to assist if you need someone to talk to or have any concerns you would like to discuss. If you require further support, the SA Health Mental Health information resource is available and is ready to provide help and support. Be sure to regularly check the TAFE SA student website for updates.
SA Health has identified a number of exposure locations associated with positive cases of COVID-19. These locations are being updated regularly. Please use the following link for the latest real time information: SA Health Contact Tracing.
If you have been at any of the locations listed on the SA Health Contact Tracing page at the specified dates and times you and your family/household members must:
As COVID-19 is evolving interstate, TAFE SA highly recommends checking the SA Health contact tracing page prior to any travel.
For your reference, a full list of measures to ensure the safety of South Australia can be found at SA Health's contact tracing page and their restrictions and responsibilities page. Click on the links for the latest emergency directions and locations requiring self-isolation
SA Health Information Line: 1800 253 787
Australian Government Coronavirus Health Information Line: 1800 020 080
SA COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line: 1800 632 753
Freecall 1800 882 661