Twenty-seven TAFE SA and Flinders University fashion graduates will show off their wide-ranging final collections as part of the Unbound HomeStart SA Fashion Showcase next month.
Tickets are on sale for the graduate fashion parade, which will be held in the grounds of the Old Royal Adelaide Hospital at dusk on Thursday 8 February 2018.
Internationally renowned choreographers Lee Brummer and Israel Aloni are in Adelaide sharing some of the tricks of their trade with graduating TAFE SA dance students, in the lead up to their final performance which premieres tonight.
TAFE SA student, Rachelle Boyle, has been recognised among Australia’s best and brightest in the vocational education and training (VET) sector, awarded the Vocational Student of the Year at last night’s 2017 Australian Training Awards in Canberra.
TAFE SA hairdressing students teamed up with some of Australia’s best hairdressers to offer free haircuts for homeless people accessing services at the Hutt Street Centre today.
TAFE SA’s Tourism, Events and Travel staff were again recognised for their outstanding efforts, winning the ‘Tourism Education and Training’ category at the 2017 South Australian Tourism Awards.
Navantia Australia today signed a memorandum of understanding with TAFE SA and the Welding Technology Institute of Australia (WTIA) to establish an Intelligent Welder Training Facility in Adelaide.
TAFE SA are sponsors of the 2017 Adelaide Maker Faire and the Tonsley precinct will be once again transformed into an innovation creative hub on Sunday, 5 November.
Hundreds of South Australia’s best wines have been put to the test at TAFE SA’s Regency Campus this week as part of the Adelaide Review’s 2017/18 Hot 100 Wines.