For Melissa Williams-Brown, being able to stop some of the devastating consequences of cybercrime on businesses and individuals, such as fraud, impersonation and theft of sensitive data, has inspired her to pursue a career in cyber security.
TAFE SA has become the first accredited training partner of the Naval Shipbuilding College in Australia, after the College endorsed the welding component of the Certificate III in Engineering Fabrication Trade.
Fifteen staff, students and graduates from TAFE SA will head to Western Australia later this month to compete at the 2018 Sheep Shearing and Woolhandling Championships at the Perth Royal Show.
Learning how to identify hazards and risk in a supermarket plant room or work with new refrigerants in a real-world setting is now as simple as putting on a pair of goggles for students studying air-conditioning and refrigeration at TAFE SA.
TAFE SA staff at training sites across South Australia will wear flannies to work on Thursday 13 September 2018 to raise money for farmers battling dry conditions across the state.
TAFE SA students studying renewable energy will be the first in the state to have access to a Tesla Powerwall as part of their training, with the green energy powerhouse donating one to the Tonsley campus.
TAFE SA staff and students are being encouraged to bring along their favourite books to swap with a colleague or friend, to celebrate Indigenous Literacy Day on Wednesday 5 September 2018.
TAFE SA’s Global Engagement team hosted an International Student Night at The Hindley Hotel earlier this month.
TAFE SA is making significant progress as it applies the lessons from last year’s audit by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) to implement a new quality framework across the organisation.