TAFE SA will be extending our mid-semester break (previously 9 to 27 April 2020) to start 30 March 2020.
TAFE SA’s new Diploma of Screen and Media – Specialist Make-up Services is designed to help students develop the broad range of skills they need to work across various roles in the industry.
The new WSET Level 4 Diploma in Wines has started, with a full class of 25 students enjoying an intensive three-day workshop at Urrbrae Campus in February.
TAFE SA is partnering with French firm, Groupe FIVA, to address workforce skills needs in industries such as naval shipbuilding and advanced manufacturing.
TAFE SA students had a successful night at the Riverland and Mallee Vocational Awards, taking out eight key awards including Apprentice of the Year and Trainee of the Year.
TAFE SA’s Meat Studies lecturer Graeme Elliott describes himself as a “butcher, first and educator, second” and now he can add the mantle of ‘industry legend’.
The annual International Student Awards were held at Government House last month, with the Governor, the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, presenting awards across 11 categories to students from 13 countries.
A new state-of-the-art Training Security Operations Centre (TSOC) has been launched at TAFE SA, providing the latest in hands-on training for highly sought-after cyber security professionals.
TAFE SA has recognised two of its high achievers – one lecturer and one graduate – at its biennial Gold Medal presentation.