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.
Fashion design graduates Karen Bava and Tilly Leighton have been recognised for their hard work and creative flair with the pair named joint winners of the 2019 HomeStart Fashion Graduate of the Year.
TAFE SA’s plans for the 2019 Bridgestone World Solar Car Challenge have been given a major boost with long-time supporter REDARC Electronics confirming a new sponsorship package.
TAFE SA has appointed David Coltman to lead the organisation as its new Chief Executive, following an extensive international recruitment process.
Vibrant and eclectic fashion ranges drawing inspiration from art, music, travel and architecture will feature on the catwalk at the 2019 HomeStart Finance Fashion Graduate Parade on Saturday, 9 February.
Over 8000 students have received SATAC offers from TAFE SA to pursue study and careers in industries such as nursing, pathology, electrical and renewable energy, and children’s education and care, contributing to South Australia’s strategic social and economic priorities.