TAFE SA has recognised two of its high achievers – one lecturer and one graduate – at its biennial Gold Medal presentation.
A growing interest in health and wellbeing across all facets of our lives has led to the development of a new higher education qualification, the Diploma of Applied Positive Psychology, at TAFE SA.
With a focus on student outcomes, partnerships, and innovation in teaching and learning, TAFE SA has launched a new Strategic Plan for the next three years.
Measuring almost 11 metres in length and decked out in bright red signage, TAFE SA’s entry in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge is hard to miss.
TAFE SA's students, teachers and programs were in the spotlight at this year's SA Training Awards, hosted by the Training and Skills Commission and held at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
TAFE SA is celebrating the launch of its new brand – Wine and Spirits School TAFE SA – which brings together its specialist short courses and globally recognised training under one banner.
TAFE SA has received a positive response from the industry regulator to its application to renew its registration as a national VET Registered Training Organisation (RTO) for local and international students.
Acting is child’s play for Temeka Lawlor who has found her niche performing for young people. The Adelaide College of the Arts (AC Arts) graduate is presently working with Adelaide’s Patch Theatre touring the group’s new work Zoom through regional SA.
Students at TAFE SA are proving that any age is a good age to become a butcher. Scott Herriman, 31, is one of more than half a dozen mature-age apprentices completing their training at TAFE SA’s Regency Campus.