Forge a career in mining, manufacturing and automotive maintenance

TAFE SA provides industry-leading education for the mining, engineering and automotive industries. Our courses range from entry-level training and apprenticeships to advanced courses for para-professionals, and pathways to university. You’ll have access to the latest technology and equipment as you build skills and knowledge.

Links with industry provide you with opportunities to gain real-world experience in the workplace as you learn. Once in the workforce, lifelong learning through TAFE SA ensures your skills are up to date now and in the future.

Courses for International Students

Daniel's Story - South Africa

In his home country of South Africa, Daniel always wanted to be a Mechanical Engineer. A chance visit to Adelaide introduced him to TAFE SA and he made the decision to switch to electronic engineering and continue his studies with TAFE SA. As a part of his Associate Degree, Daniel has gone on to study a bachelor degree in Engineering at The University of Adelaide.

Other languages: Chinese | Vietnamese

Cavpower and TAFE SA

Cavpower provides Caterpillar heavy machinery to the South Australian market. Cavpower works closely with TAFE SA to develop apprentice diesel mechanics, with over 200 Cavpower apprentices graduating from TAFE SA over the past 40 years. Apprentices learn the background knowledge at TAFE SA and then put their learning into practice on-the-job at Cavpower.

MET Centre

The Mining, Engineering and Transport (MET) Centre at TAFE SA’s Regency campus features a high-bay workshop for heavy transport including dyno facilities for light and heavy vehicles, automotive spray painting and spot repair booths, mining training practice drill rig and drill pad, land information systems survey equipment and computer software, CAD suite, advanced manufacturing 3D scanning and printing facilities, and CNC mills, guillotines and plasma cutters.

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