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Half price Fringe tickets
The Adelaide Fringe is pleased to offer TAFE SA staff and students half price tickets to the award-winning show Work.txt.
Elevation 2023 - Free Careers Fair for Engineers
If you’re an engineering student or recent graduate looking to build your network or kickstart your career, make sure you come along to Elevation 2023!
Ready. Set. Give! Join Team TAFE SA for the Tertiary Blood Challenge 1 March – 31 May
Are you ready to change lives? Just give blood or plasma between 1 March and 31 May with the TAFE SA Lifeblood Team.
Want to be your own boss? Study Entrepreneurship and New Business!
TAFE SA graduates who are thinking of starting their own business after completing their studies can get a head start with our business and entrepreneurship courses.
Campus Alive 2023
Campus Alive is back in 2023! Get ready for free food, giveaways, live music and activities.
Help shape the future of TAFE in South Australia
Join in this exciting opportunity to shape the future of Technical and Further Education (TAFE) in South Australia.
New way to access, view and share your timetable
TAFE SA's new MyTimetable platform provides better access to your personal schedule and information.
Supporting our Riverland and Murrayland students
Free and confidential student counselling is available for students impacted by the River Murray flood situation.
South Australian State Government signs Australia's Fee Free TAFE Agreement
TAFE SA welcomes the announcement that the South Australian State Government has signed a 12-month Skills Agreement with the Australian Government.
October is Mental Health Awareness Month
Get involved in TAFE SA's wellbeing activities such as our annual Little Changes Challenge or South Australia's Billion Steps Challenge.
TAFE SA roadmap for the future announcement
Now is the time to define TAFE SA’s future for all South Australians. We encourage you to provide your input.
New locations for our self-service laptop lockers
We’ve rolled out new self-service laptop lockers across additional campuses, including regional areas.
Studying online with TAFE SA
As many adjust to a new world of online learning, there are a few things you can do to set yourself up for study success.
Alternative formats now available in Learn
Have you ever found content in your course that was difficult to read, or you wish came in a different format? You can now download alternative formats directly from Learn.
Inspire Your Cookery Career
Be inspired and learn some tips for the cooking industry from celebrity chef, Simon Bryant, and TAFE SA cookery lecturer, Peter Burrows.
TAFE SA has released a new Academic Integrity Policy and Procedure.
Get involved in the TAFE SA Student Voice group or campus events
Expressions of Interest are now open for students who are interested in getting involved in campus life.
Work available in South Australia's regions
Looking for work? South Australia's agriculture, tourism and hospitality sectors has work available all year round in SA's regions.
There is an exciting Office 365 change coming for students at TAFE SA.
Keeping up-to-date with communications
All official communications from TAFE SA will come to you via your TAFE SA student email address. You can set up auto-forwarding to make sure you never miss a thing.
TEQSA Student Alert
The Australian Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) has advised students to be careful of risky employment offers from online study platforms.
Your Safety And Wellbeing At TAFE SA
At TAFE SA, we are committed to providing a respectful, safe and positive environment for all of our students, staff and visitors.
Coping with stress and uncertainty
Feelings of worry and unease can be expected due to the current situation, however, it is important that we learn to manage our stress and stay calm.
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