Dancer and choreographer Tobiah Booth-Remmers, an AC Arts graduate, says the impact of COVID-19 has meant a focus on working locally, with projects such as Dance Launchpad.
TAFE SA has partnered with Odyssee Aus to create a Virtual Ship Engine Room to support ship building training. Premier Steven Marshall previewed the technology on a recent visit.
TAFE SA International Student Kasuni Fernando had never been to the Flinders Ranges until she started work at Wilpena Pound Resort, but she’s quickly becoming a strong advocate.
In support of RUOK? Day on 10 September, TAFE SA invites students to join our "Little Changes Challenge".
Enrolling in a visual arts course at TAFE SA helped Kate Oakenfold find a new passion in life after her sporting career came to an end.
TAFE SA is seeking feedback on the 2020-2024 Draft Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP).
Providing athletes with flexible study options and alternative career pathways are the aims of a new program offered through the Elite Athlete TAFE Network (EATN).
TAFE SA hospitality student Hannah Palmer has seen her work come to an abrupt halt during the COVID-19 pandemic, but it hasn’t deterred her from a career in the industry.
Hayley and Lauren from Adelady recently spent a day at TAFE SA’s Tonsley Campus getting to know more about trades training.