Study Skills Hubs at TAFE SA

Bring your work, get some help, and build your study confidence.  

Study Skills Hubs are available at Adelaide, AC Arts, Elizabeth, Gilles Plains, Noarlunga, Regency, Urrbrae and online through bookable appointments or drop-in sessions. Find out more about what help is available

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Campus Appointments

  • 45 minute pre-booked appointments between 12:00pm and 5:00pm
  • Spend 1:1 time with a Study Skills Advisor
  • Bookings essential

Adelaide Campus or Online (Monday- Friday)
AC Arts (Wednesday)
Elizabeth, Gilles Plains, Noarlunga and Regency (Tuesday - Thursday)
Urrbrae  (Tuesday and Wednesday)

Book an On-Campus Appointment

Campus Drop-In Sessions

Help with quick advice or questions

Where: The Student Hub
When: 1:15pm - 3.00pm

Adelaide (Monday-Friday)
AC Arts (Wednesday)
Elizabeth, Gilles Plains, Noarlunga and Regency (Tuesday to Thursday)

No booking required

Online Appointments

  • 45 minute pre-booked appointments
  • Spend 1:1 time with a Study Skills Advisor
  • Booking essential

When: Monday to Friday 12:00pm - 5:00pm

After-hours online support is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm.


Book an Online Appointment

The Study Skills Hub can offer help with:


  • Managing your time and getting organised for study
  • Note taking and class preparation 
  • Understanding assessment tasks
  • Writing essays and reports
  • Presentations and group work 
  • Online learning, including Learn and general computer use
  • Reading, writing, and understanding assignment questions
  • Referencing and bibliographies 
  • Learning how to check your grammar and self-editing 
diversity students studying together in a group

Important things to know about Study Skills Hub:

  • Each student can access 3 booked Study Skills appointments per term.  
  • Drop-In sessions are available for 5-10 minutes per student.  Waiting times my apply during peak demand periods. 
  • Study Hub is not available to proof-read or edit your assignments, however staff can assist you to develop these skills yourself. 
  • Be prepared for your meeting by knowing what help you are seeking, bringing along your coursework or notes, and be ready to login to your Learn site if needed.
  • Plan ahead so that you can get support before your due dates for assessments.

Other resources to support your learning:

  • MyInformationSkills - Online resources and self-paced tutorials for research and study skills. 
  • Education & Language Short Courses - a range of courses to support literacy, numeracy, English language and Auslan skills. 
  • Bridging Unit Classes - covering skills in reading, writing and numeracy, Bridging Unit classes will help you increase your skills and improve your chances of success.
  • Library Support - online and on-campus appointments to get assistance from a Librarian to access MyTAFE SA, Learn, Collaborate or emails, as well as accessing books and resources to enhance your learning.
  • Student Counselling & Disability Support - assistance with a range of personal issues impacting on your training at TAFE SA, as well as support to assist students living with disability, mental health, or medical conditions to achieve your learning goals. 
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