Completing your study and graduating doesn't have to mean that your time with TAFE SA is over. 

Career Support

Whether you are thinking about further study to gain industry specific skills, exploring your pathways to higher education, or preparing to move into employment, our career services can assist you with your planning and transition. As a recent graduate, you can continue to get free career support for 12 months after completing your training. 

Visit the Career Support page for a range of information, guidance and tips for progressing your career. 

You can book a career support appointment using the links below, or by calling the TAFE SA Contact Centre on 1800 882 661.  


Academic Records and Certificates

When you graduate from TAFE SA, you will receive a copy of your Academic Transcript and your relevant certificate.  If for any reason you need a new copy, graduates can apply to have a Parchment, Statement of Attainment, letter of extract, or White Card replaced due to loss, damage, or change of name.

To find out more about the process and cost involved in replacement of your valuable documents, visit Results and Parchments.  

Recognition of Prior Learning

If you are thinking of re-skilling or up-skilling, or even changing career paths, fast track your training by exploring whether you can receive recognition for the training you have already completed. 

TAFE SA can give you direct credit transfer for relevant units you have completed from previous successful training, and can assess your skills and knowledge to give you recognition for what you have learnt through working, volunteering or other studies.  

Find out more about TAFE SA's Recognition of Prior Learning process. 



Electrical apprentice Robbie Correll rewarded for excellence

Jan 11, 2022

Electrical apprentice Robbie Correll’s commitment to excellence has been recognised at the Murraylands Training and Employment Awards.

Robbie was named Murraylands Apprentice of the Year and also received the Third Year Apprentice Award at an event held last month.

Employed by Class A Energy Solutions, he spends his days installing solar energy systems and says he enjoys being part of the renewables industry and working across the state.

“I actually really like working on the roofs of people’s homes, I don’t mind the height and there are some great views to take in,” he says.

Robbie, who lives in Mt Barker, says his interest in being an electrician began in primary school with a Year 6 electronics project which involved constructing a miniature house with working lights.

“I love making stuff work and I really decided then that I wanted to be an electrician,” he says.

He went to Mount Barker High School because it offered a VET program enabling him to do an introductory course in electrotechnology, which convinced him he was on the right track.

In 2018, Robbie gained his apprenticeship with Class A Energy Solutions through Murraylands Training and Employment and has been nominated for the Apprentice of the Year Award each year since.

Robbie says it was “awesome” to be recognised with two awards at this year’s presentation.

As part of his apprenticeship, he has been studying a Certificate III in Electrotechnology (Electrician) at TAFE SA’s Tonsley Campus.

“I’m more of a practical person but it was good to learn the theory and make sense of it all. The lecturers were really helpful,” he says.

“It was great to build a network, I met a bunch of people and we still talk even though we’re not in class.”

Robbie says communication is a crucial skill for his job.

“Firstly, we’re working with electricity and heights so it’s important to communicate on the worksite but also we need to talk with the customer to ensure we’re delivering what they need and that they understand what we’re doing,” he says.

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