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TAFE South Australia

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TAFE South Australia (TAFE SA) provides Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).

TAFE SA is an independent Statutory Corporation of the Government of South Australia and is Australia’s largest provider of Vocational Education and Training (VET). Its extensive network of 56 campuses, learning centres, Aboriginal Access Centres and video-conferencing facilities provides the physical backbone of the VET sector in South Australia. TAFE SA enrols over 80,000 students a year and delivers 1,300 qualifications ranging from certificates through to advanced diplomas, vocational graduate certificates and bachelor degrees. TAFE SA also delivers a wide range of skill sets and customised short courses.

Skill areas include building and construction, tourism, hospitality and creative arts, mining, engineering and transport, primary industries, animal and laboratory sciences, community services, health and lifestyle, business, justice and information technology, foundation skills and Aboriginal education.

Training facilities include the Tonsley TAFE opened in January 2014, the Adelaide College of the Arts, the Regency International Centre for Hospitality, Tourism and Food Studies, graduates' function centre, Renewable Energy Trade Training Centres, driving simulators for the mining industry, Critical Safety Training Centre, Truck-mounted mobile engineering training unit, Aboriginal Access Centres, Virtual Enterprises and "Fab Lab" fabrication workshop.

Contents

  • Campuses and learning centres 1
  • History 2
  • Registration 3
  • Related organisations 4
  • See also 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Campuses and learning centres

Tea Tree Gully campus
Adelaide City campus
Adelaide College of the Arts
Elizabeth Campus
Urrbrae Campus

Metropolitan Adelaide

  • Adelaide College of the Arts Campus
  • Adelaide City Campus
  • Elizabeth Campus
  • Rundle Mall Campus
  • Gilles Plains Campus
  • Morphettville Campus
  • Mount Barker Campus
  • Noarlunga Campus
  • Parafield Aviation Campus
  • Port Adelaide Campus
  • Regency Campus
  • Salisbury Campus
  • Tea Tree Gully Campus
  • Tonsley Campus
  • Urrbrae Campus

Outer Adelaide and regional

  • APY Lands
  • Barossa Valley Campus
  • Berri Campus
  • Bordertown Campus
  • Ceduna Campus
  • Clare Campus
  • Cleve Campus
  • Coober Pedy Campus
  • Gawler Campus
  • Jamestown Learning Centre
  • Kadina Campus
  • Kangaroo Island
  • Kimba Campus
  • Kingston Learning Centre
  • Millicent Campus
  • Mount Gambier Campus
  • Murray Bridge Campus
  • Naracoorte Campus
  • Narungga Learning Centre
  • Peterborough Learning Centre
  • Port Augusta Campus
  • Port Lincoln Campus
  • Port Pirie Campus
  • Renmark Campus
  • Roseworthy Campus
  • Roxby Downs Campus
  • Victor Harbor Campus
  • Waikerie Campus
  • Whyalla Campus
  • Wudinna Campus
  • Yorketown Learning Centre

History

On 1 June 2013; TAFE SA became a statutory authority separate from the Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology. At this point TAFE SA decided to merge the 3 districts (institutes) into one to provide more streamlined services and a more consistent experience for students.

Registration

Provider Name: TAFE SA
Provider Number: 00092B
Number: 67 828 419 300

Related organisations

  • TAFE South Australia International
  • Adelaide College of the Arts
  • Adelaide English Language Services
  • Sustainable Industries Education Centre
  • Mining, Engineering and Transport Centre
  • Regency International Centre
  • Australian Centre of Horticultural Excellence

See also

References

External links

  • TAFE SA website
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