TAFE SA and Bordertown High School produced one of the most successful student pathway-to-employment results during 2016 with a project to construct a transportable home resulting in 15 apprenticeships.
TAFE SA’s well-known hospitality training is offering a university-equivalent qualification in 2017 with its new Bachelor of Hospitality Management.
TAFE SA has launched a new Associate Degree in Primary Health and Wellbeing qualification to meet South Australia’s emerging demand for skilled workers in care coordination roles.
TAFE SA's nursing team has officially launched its ground-breaking 3D nursing simulation training product NurseSim at the Port Adelaide Campus as part of the team's two-day nursing forum.
TAFE SA is delighted to offer international students the opportunity to apply for their chosen course online.
The 2015/16 TAFE SA Annual Report, tabled in Parliament, details TAFE SA’s continuing transformation based on the largest consultation program in its 45-year history, Improving Access to Education.
Papua New Guinea's Minister for Petroleum and Energy, Mr Nixon Duban, visited the TAFE SA OPCE on Tuesday 4 October 2016.
UCL (University College London) Australia students recently visited the OPCE to learn about oil and gas operations.
The Kimba Hotel turned into a classroom for a day recently when TAFE SA took its short course business training to the hotel’s meeting facilities.