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.
Helpmann Academy is excited to announce that four emerging South Australian artists will be participating in residencies in New Delhi, India and Jingdezhen, China in 2018.
For professional artist Mirjana Dobson, coming back to the classroom two years after graduating was just what she needed to boost her business and take her craft to the next level.
Representatives from TAFE SA have travelled to China this week as part of a State Government-led business mission which will strengthen commercial engagements with Chinese vocational education and training providers.
TAFE SA and the University of Tasmania’s Australian Maritime College (AMC) have strengthened their joint capability to supply skilled workers for Australian Naval Shipbuilding Projects by signing a memorandum of understanding on educational collaboration and skills development.
The renovation of TAFE SA’s Murray Bridge campus has received a major boost with the successful application of support from the Australian Government’s Building Better Regions Funding.
Finalists for the 2018 South Australian Training Awards have been announced by the Training and Skills Commission, with TAFE SA having 14 finalists across the individual categories and two in the industry collaboration award.
A world first application connecting residents and facilities managers in high density living accommodation, has gone live in South Australia and is expected to have more than one million users by 2023.
The first crop of enthusiastic young job seekers have graduated from TAFE SA’s Youth Jobs PaTH Program in Murray Bridge, after completing a three-week job ready bootcamp.