TAFE SA has more individual finalists than last year, has partnered in one of the Industry Collaboration finalist nominations and is a finalist in the Large Training Provider of the Year category.
TAFE SA Chief Executive Robin Murt visited Port Augusta last week meeting with local TAFE SA staff and community representatives to discuss vocational training in the region.
As online learning options increase, TAFE SA has found a mutually-beneficial way to meet a growing demand for student IT support while training the IT leaders of the future.
TAFE SA has helped thousands of South Australians gain new jobs, long after they thought they would never go back to the classroom.
For more than 40 years, TAFE SA has trained apprentice chefs throughout South Australia, helping southern-Adelaide locals like Kirra Comley achieve their business dreams.
TAFE SA has welcomed the release of the Federal Government's Naval Shipbuilding Plan and is ready to provide Australians with the practical skills needed to take advantage of the new pathways and careers within this rapidly growing industry.
TAFE SA has reinforced its reputation as one of the nation’s leading vocational education and training providers after securing an exclusive contract to deliver English language, literacy and numeracy programs to newly arrived migrants and job seekers.
Belinda Branson was ready to swap baby wipes for medical wipes when she enrolled in a business administration course at TAFE SA’s Noarlunga campus.
Grief and loss was something Berri resident Robin Wright wanted to tackle after losing his mother to cancer in 2014.