Fashion design graduates Karen Bava and Tilly Leighton have been recognised for their hard work and creative flair with the pair named joint winners of the 2019 HomeStart Fashion Graduate of the Year.
TAFE SA’s plans for the 2019 Bridgestone World Solar Car Challenge have been given a major boost with long-time supporter REDARC Electronics confirming a new sponsorship package.
TAFE SA has appointed David Coltman to lead the organisation as its new Chief Executive, following an extensive international recruitment process.
Vibrant and eclectic fashion ranges drawing inspiration from art, music, travel and architecture will feature on the catwalk at the 2019 HomeStart Finance Fashion Graduate Parade on Saturday, 9 February.
Over 8000 students have received SATAC offers from TAFE SA to pursue study and careers in industries such as nursing, pathology, electrical and renewable energy, and children’s education and care, contributing to South Australia’s strategic social and economic priorities.
After 30 years of training many of South Australia’s most respected and loved actors, Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) is offering aspiring actors a new course option in 2019.
International student Ni Wang was studying accounting in Adelaide, when her regular bus trip to university took her in a very different direction – leading to a new career in fashion.
TAFE SA and the South Australian Wine Industry Association (SAWIA) has announced a new partnership that will help improve access to high quality, industry specific training for workers in the South Australian wine industry and consumers.
Any public-sector organisation or agency can now acquire MHFA training through TAFE SA.