TAFE SA has teamed up with Port Lincoln High School to offer hands-on aquaculture training to Year 11 and 12 students, supporting the region’s growing aquaculture industry and workforce.
Bright colours, bold styles and statement pieces will dominate headwear at racetracks across the country during this year’s Spring Carnival, according to the Millinery Association of Australia.
Chloe Swiggs recently became the first female to complete the Certificate III in Shearing in South Australia - and potentially Australia - having studied the qualification through
Dairy farmers in India will learn innovative techniques to help increase milk production across local dairy farms under an exciting new partnership between TAFE SA and Parag Milk Foods Ltd.
With a passion for ghosts and ghouls and creatures that go bump in the night – Allen Tiller is not someone you would traditionally see behind the counter of a library.
Adelaide College of the Arts will be dancing from 8th to 13th July as dancers and dance enthusiasts come to the city to join Panpapanpalya.
TAFE SA will be hosting a range of activities across the state as part of National Reconciliation Week 2018 (27 May - 3 June), commencing at Regency Campus on Monday 28 May 2018.
TAFE SA Patisserie lecturer Justin Williams will take his training to a whole new level as he and his Australian team mates prepare for the world’s most prestigious pastry competition – the Coupe du Monde de la Patisserie in France next year.
With autumn in full bloom, giving very soothing weather in Adelaide with school break on the side, a trip uphill near Mount Lofty was exactly what everybody needed to catch their breath, unwind from all the stress and simply have fun. So, when Daniel at TAFE SA suggested we visit the famous Beerenberg Strawberry Farm in Hahndorf, the idea immediately got positive responses and hence the date was set.