International student Ni Wang was studying accounting in Adelaide, when her regular bus trip to university took her in a very different direction – leading to a new career in fashion.
TAFE SA and the South Australian Wine Industry Association (SAWIA) has announced a new partnership that will help improve access to high quality, industry specific training for workers in the South Australian wine industry and consumers.
Any public-sector organisation or agency can now acquire MHFA training through TAFE SA.
Harriet Trubshaw grew up in England with a passion for movies and design - and a very big dream. When her family moved to Adelaide, it wasn’t long before Harriet’s creative design talent was spotted by her NIDA trained art teacher, who recommended she study live production at TAFE SA.
Representatives from China’s Qingdao Vocational and Technical College of Hotel Management (QDVTCHM) will visit Adelaide this week in another step toward building a long-term collaborative partnership with TAFE SA.
TAFE SA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with sonnen to be the preferred accredited training partner for installers of their battery system and to fulfil local workforce requirements.
Secondary school students from the southern metropolitan area and Fleurieu will attend TAFE SA’s Noarlunga Campus next Thursday for a “World of Work” careers event.
Social media has revolutionised the way we develop, consume and share information. Now South Australian students will be the first to access a new cutting edge social media program aimed at creating our social media marketing professionals of the future.
TAFE SA student Isadora Inez Alves Koszma from Brazil is putting her knowledge of land management to practice, giving back to the local community and winning awards along the way!