During the Orientation Program, a range of online workshops will be available to help you get started with your TAFE SA Studies. Check out our latest events below. The full list of upcoming events is available here.
Not available at the time an event is running? Starting your course outside of our four stage Orientation Program? Don't worry! A recorded copy of our presentations will be available for enrolled students to view anytime on the the Student Orientation and Support Learn Course.
TAFE SA has recently launched a Student Voice group, which is a chance for a representative group of current students to meet with senior TAFE SA staff on a regular basis to make sure that the ‘student voice’ is being heard as we plan for the future.
For more information, or to get involved, check out our Student Voice News Item
If you would like to learn more about the campus you will be studying at, including the local facilities and services, a campus tour is a great place to start.
We have a number of tours running across our campuses during Connect Week - check out the Tour Schedule. More information, including campus maps are available online.
Please note that all TAFE SA Campuses are smoke-free environments, including carparks, common areas and open spaces.
If you are reading this, you're already there! The Student Website aims to provide all the information you will need as a current student at TAFE SA, making things easy to find.
If you have any suggestions about improvements or changes, we would love to hear your feedback.
The Student Portal lets you access all of the online systems that you'll need to regularly use, all in one place, with a single login using your TAFE SA student email and password.
MY TAFE SA is our registration system where you will register into your qualification, enrol in units and pay your fees. This is also where you can view your academic details (for current and past training), and you can update your personal details. Visit a Student Hub, or use our online help resources to get assistance with MY TAFE SA.
Learn is the site where you will do your online courses. Learn has a range of activities related to your training, including readings, videos, activities, quizzes, assessment tasks, and uploading functions for submitting your assessments.
The Student Orientation and Support Learn Course has videos and step-by-step instructions for navigating Learn.
Collaborate is a virtual classroom, located within the Learn Platform. Collaborate allows you to attend an online class with other students from across the state, at the same time.
The Student Orientation and Support Learn Course has videos and step-by-step instructions for using collaborate. You can also connect with our live online presentations to learn more.
The TAFE SA Library provides a wealth of information and material for your studies, both in hard copy and electronic formats. Our Campus Library facilities have welcoming spaces for working or relaxing individually or in groups.
The Library provides a range of short, self-paced tutorials for TAFE SA Students. Topics include a range of research, referencing, and study skills. You can access My Information Skills via the Library Website.
You have free access to the Microsoft Office programs via the Student Portal, including Outlook, OneDrive, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote.
The Student Orientation and Support Learn Course has more information about using Office 365, and details of other software and programs you can access as a student at TAFE SA. You can also connect with our live online presentations to learn more.
Support to assist students living with disability, mental health or medical conditions to achieve their goals.
Bookings can be made online on the Disability Support webpage.
Counselling Services are free and confidential, and available to all enrolled students who are onshore in Australia. Counselling can assist you with any issue affecting your studies.
Bookings can be made online on the Student Counselling webpage.
TAFE SA’s Aboriginal Access Centre (AAC) provides support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
The AAC offers a variety of programs through many TAFE SA sites, including regional and remote locations.
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Studiosity is an online academic tutoring service which provides individualised tutoring and guidance to students across all areas of your study.
Subject specialists are available to help you with a range of topics. And best of all, it is free for TAFE SA students.
Watch our short video 'Studiosity In A Nutshell' for more information, and how to connect. When you want to access help, just log into TAFE SA Learn, and the Studiosity Link will be visible to you on the Learn homepage.
No matter which stage of your career planning you find yourself, our Student Counselling team can support you to work out your training and employment goals, and provide guidance for moving into the workforce.
Appointments can be made online on the Career Services webpage.
Self-help presentations and resources are available on Learn through the Kick-Start Your Career Series.
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