Students are flocking in from across the country to take part in TAFE SA’s flagship Micro Brewing course, as interest in the craft beer market continues to skyrocket.
On Friday 16 March, the Global Engagement team welcomed a group of TAFE SA registered education agents to Regency Campus.
A visit from Port Adelaide Football Club Multicultural Program Manager, and retired player, Alipate Carlile, was a highlight for many students at the Harmony Day celebrations at TAFE SA's Salisbury Campus.
TAFE SA will showcase its large range of courses, career opportunities, pathways to university and support services to students and career seekers at two of Adelaide’s largest careers expos during April and May.
TAFE SA will begin offering a short course in beekeeping this month, on the back of growing interest from backyard beekeepers and demand for local niche honey products.
In what is believed to be a first in South Australia, Year 11 students are studying a Certificate IV in Programming which could lead to a career as a Software Engineer or Software Developer. The course is being run at St Patrick's Technical College in partnership with TAFE SA and Saab Australia as part of the Australian Government’s $5.1 million P-TECH Australia program.
TAFE SA’s Hair and Beauty team has signed up to the Sustainable Salons Australia (SSA) initiative in 2018, pledging to recycle 95 per cent of all salon waste.
For TAFE SA student Clare Miyuki Guerin, being given an opportunity to work as part of the technical production team for the Opera Hamlet at this year’s Adelaide Festival takes her a step closer to achieving her dream.