Whether you prefer learning online, face-to-face, on the job, or while you’re still at school, TAFE SA has an option for you.
CRICOS provider number: 00092B
TAFE SA is South Australia’s largest vocational education and training (VET) provider and one of the largest in Australia.
Each year, TAFE SA delivers training at locations right across South Australia with courses covering 80 areas of industry and activity, with flexible delivery options to suit the needs of our students.
Gain the skills employers want with relevant, up-to-date qualifications in growing sectors like Defence, Renewable Energy, Health and Cyber Security, designed to ensure the students of today are the successful employees of tomorrow.
At TAFE SA you can access the latest learning technologies through our unrivalled and award-winning specialist education centres and discover our new virtual learning experiences.
Visit our website for virtual tours and to learn more about our Virtual Ship Engine Room, Training and Security Operations Centre, Adelaide College of the Arts, Regency International Centre, Centre for Dental Studies, Veterinary and Applied Science Centre, Advanced Welder Training Centre, and our Mining, Engineering and Automotive Centre, or our world-class trade training infrastructure at our Tonsley campus.
You can access a range of vocational education and training courses and degrees at TAFE SA. Each course may have particular admission criteria you need to meet.
You can find specific admission criteria within each award course.
Many Certificates I to Advanced Diploma have no entry requirements. If you wish to access subsidised training, you will need to complete the CORE Skills Profile for Adults (CSPA).
There are several ways you can meet the entry requirements for TAFE SA higher education courses. Visit TAFE SA Degrees for more information about higher education admission criteria.
TAFE SA’s Aboriginal Access Centre (AAC) provides support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. The AAC offers a variety of programs through many TAFE SA sites, including regional and remote locations. For further information visit the Aboriginal Access Centre on our website.
TAFE SA Student Services supports prospective, current and graduate TAFE SA students to achieve their career goals. Career information, guidance, and education are provided through self-help and online tools, as well as face-to-face and telephone support. Visit Career Services on our website to book an appointment.
TAFE SA Libraries
Knowledgeable and friendly staff can help you find the most up-to-date, accurate and detailed information available, and computing and printing facilities and multimedia equipment assist you in producing your assignments and class presentations.
TAFE SA provides a variety of ICT systems to support learning from home or on campus. Students can use their own portable devices including laptops, tablets and mobile phones, while on campus by connecting to the TAFE SA Wi-Fi and accessing key systems through the TAFE SA Portal.
Disability Access & Inclusion
Student Services provides support to assist students living with disabilities, mental health or medical conditions to achieve their learning goals. Our staff are available to confidentially discuss support at any stage during your studies. Our services are provided free of charge.
TAFE SA’s child care centres are passionate and committed to instilling a life-long love of exploration and discovery in your child. The centres are available for use by TAFE SA students, staff and the wider community.
TAFE SA holds free course information sessions which are generally held around the application period.
Attending an information session allows you to meet with the teaching staff, learn more about a course and where it can lead you, discuss study options, find out about the application process and ask course-related questions. Information sessions are held on location, so it’s also a great chance to check out TAFE SA’s outstanding training facilities.
TAFE SA Information free call: 1800 882 661
International students in Australia: 1800 049 492 (free call)
International students calling from overseas: + 61 8 8463 5487
If you are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service.