TAFE SA is partnering with the Naval Shipbuilding College (NSC) to offer a new short course for those looking to work in the growing naval shipbuilding sector.
TAFE SA’s inaugural Women Rock-IT event brought together industry experts to share their inspiring journeys and practical advice with students and job seekers.
TAFE SA fashion graduate Rio Mignone has drawn inspiration from the frustration of last year’s COVID-19 lockdown to produce an award-winning collection of outfits.
TAFE SA students Dana Yeaman and Waldah Mbabazi have been putting their skills to the test working as interns at this year's Adelaide Fringe.
TAFE SA will showcase its courses, career opportunities, pathways to university and support services to students and career seekers during April and May.
TAFE SA graduates Madison Lailey and Jakob Johinke-Milich have been jointly named Apprentice of the Year at the Riverland and Mallee Vocational Awards.
TAFE SA graduate Isobel Davies uses fashion as a form of self-expression so it’s fitting that her designs have caught the eye of the arts community.
TAFE SA and the Master Butchers Cooperative are teaming up to address a shortage of skills in the retail meat industry.
Rich storytelling using a diverse mix of materials and techniques is at the heart of Pulse, an exhibition by TAFE SA visual arts graduates.