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.
TAFE SA students studying a range of courses may be eligible to apply for a $2,000 award through the Playford Trust.
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.
TAFE SA is proud to be a partner of the new Microsoft Traineeship Program which will help create a pipeline of IT talent in South Australia, and kickstart careers in technology.
Meet TAFE SA’s International Student Ambassadors for 2019: Owen, Isadora, Nguyen, Neel and Taraneh. Read on to find out what our ambassadors think of living in Adelaide and studying at TAFE SA.
The digital environment is constantly changing, and so are we. We're launching a new theme and new look for 'TAFE SA Learn' in Semester 2 2019.
It was a photograph taken on the spur of the moment and never intended for others to see, but Bonnie Parker’s image of her aunt has scored Silver at the Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP) state awards.
In his chosen trade, Oliver Horvath more than measures up. The young carpenter’s dedication to his craft has seen him named the HomeStart Finance Building and Construction Most Outstanding Student of the Year at the TAFE SA Building and Construction Awards 2019.