TAFE SA provides a range of information and resources to support learning, and assist students to achieve their training goals.
Bring your work, get some help, and build your study confidence.
Study Skills Advisors can offer assistance in areas such as:
Bridging units are classes to help you develop extra skills in reading, writing or numeracy, which can assist you to be successful with your qualification.
When you commence with TAFE SA you will participate in the Core Skills Profile for Adults (CSPA) which will help your lecturers identify if bridging units or a Foundation Skills course may assist you.
If you are not enrolled in bridging units, but feel that it would be useful for you to get some extra help, speak to your lecturer who can organise a bridging unit referral for you.
As a student at TAFE SA, you will need to use computers throughout your studies. You have access to a range of tools and services that can help you in your coursework, and lots of support is available to help you use this technology.Basic requirementsYou will need access to a computer during your studies. You can access the TAFE SA online environment by either:
A basic level of computer skills is helpful, but don't worry if you need support. You can find out more about getting help on our Computer Support page.
TAFE SA Libraries are welcoming spaces designed to enhance your learning experience and provide access to digital and print resources. Professional staff can assist you with research and study support, whether you are on site at TAFE SA or online.
TAFE SA libraries can offer support with
The Library provides a range of short, self-paced tutorials for TAFE SA Students. Topics include
You can access My Information Skills through the Library Website.
Student counselling is available by appointment to students undertaking training at TAFE SA. Support can be provided to assist with a range of personal issues impacting on training at TAFE SA.
The Student Counselling webpage provides information about the range of services and support available, and you can book an initial telephone or online (MS Teams) appointment using our web-based booking system.
The Counselling and Wellbeing team provides support to assist students living with disability, mental health or medical conditions to achieve their learning goals. Our staff are available to confidentially discuss support at any stage during your studies. The Disability Support webpage has more information and resources, and links to connect to our Student Counselling team for more support.
TAFE SA offers courses to help non-English-speaking students communicate socially and in their studies. Our courses give students the skills needed for employment or admission to further study.
The nationally accredited and approved courses are run through the Foundation Skills program, and offer courses at beginner, intermediate and advanced level. They focus on students’ individual language needs, and cover speaking, listening, reading and writing.
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