This week TAFE SA welcomed Premier Steven Marshall and Health Minister Stephen Wade for a tour of our new state-of-the-art health learning precinct.
A new video captures a snapshot of the innovative and creative delivery methods that have been implemented across TAFE SA in recent weeks.
The South Australian Government‘s $13.8 million International Student Support Package (ISSP) is designed to assist international students who are currently facing hardship.
TAFE SA will commence a revitalised learning experience for students with the implementation of blended training delivery, following the latest expert health advice.
Following an extensive amount of work by educators in recent weeks, TAFE SA will transition over 90 per cent of its courses to digitally enabled learning.
The State Government has launched a $13.8 million support package for international students living in South Australia and experiencing hardship.
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.