TAFE SA hospitality student Hannah Palmer has seen her work come to an abrupt halt during the COVID-19 pandemic, but it hasn’t deterred her from a career in the industry.
Hayley and Lauren from Adelady recently spent a day at TAFE SA’s Tonsley Campus getting to know more about trades training.
TAFE SA’s Dance students have been challenging their perceptions of performance with a project themed around isolation and working from home.
TAFE SA and the Australian Meat Industry Council (AMIC) are joining forces to encourage more people to take up a career in the retail meat industry.
The South Australian Government‘s $13.8 million International Student Support Package (ISSP) is designed to assist international students who are currently facing hardship.
A new video captures a snapshot of the innovative and creative delivery methods that have been implemented across TAFE SA in recent weeks.
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.
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.