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.
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.
Amata School’s kitchen operations students have shown they have what it takes to prepare restaurant quality meals in winning the first TAFE SA ‘My Kitchen Rules’ style Anangu Schools Cook-Off in the APY Lands.
Fresh from the excitement of the Adelaide Fashion Festival, TAFE SA and Flinders University fashion design students are putting the finishing touches to their final collections.
TAFE SA is excited to announce the launch of a number of Associate Degrees in Engineering, with packaged pathways leading to a Bachelor of Engineering degree.
TAFE SA ICT Services’ work in developing an internal “MyT” portal has earned TAFE SA recognition as Cireson’s ‘Innovator of the Month’ for October.
Two senior TAFE SA education staff members are part of a Defence Teaming Centre mission to Europe aiming to build business and training partnerships related to the submarine project.
South Australia’s best young tradies will be “going for gold” at the 2016 WorldSkills Australian National Competition beginning in Melbourne on Thursday (6 October).
TAFE SA’s success at last night’s (Friday 9 September) South Australian Training Awards reinforces the organisation’s status and success as a provider of training that changes people’s lives, TAFE SA Chief Executive Robin Murt said.