Meet TAFE SA’s International Student Ambassadors for 2019: Owen, Isadora, Nguyen, Neel and Taraneh. Read on to find out what our ambassadors think of living in Adelaide and studying at TAFE SA.
The digital environment is constantly changing, and so are we. We're launching a new theme and new look for 'TAFE SA Learn' in Semester 2 2019.
It was a photograph taken on the spur of the moment and never intended for others to see, but Bonnie Parker’s image of her aunt has scored Silver at the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) state awards.
In his chosen trade, Oliver Horvath more than measures up. The young carpenter’s dedication to his craft has seen him named the HomeStart Finance Building and Construction Most Outstanding Student of the Year at the TAFE SA Building and Construction Awards 2019.
Eight Aboriginal students at TAFE SA’s Port Augusta Campus graduated recently from a tailored training program designed to deliver job-ready workers for the mining industry.
TAFE SA will showcase its large range of courses, career opportunities, pathways to university and support services to students and career seekers at Adelaide’s largest careers expo in May.
TAFE SA’s new state of the art Advanced Welder Training Centre is now delivering training following the installation of 12 welding simulators, which are the most advanced simulators of their kind in the world.
TAFE SA has welcomed the new education pathways for its graduates of the Associate Degree and Diploma of Engineering – Technical, with the announcement of guaranteed entry into the Australian Maritime College’s Bachelor of Engineering programs, including Naval Architecture.
Shearing, welding and vehicle servicing are all part of a new TAFE SA course designed to equip people with the skills needed to pursue a successful career in the agriculture sector.