Fiona found TAFE SA's intensive beauty course to be the standout choice for her when she chose to re-skill. The practical learning and client engagement of the course has lead her to starting her own successful business.
Kevin had difficulty settling on a career before he discovered TAFE SA's Building Design course. He enjoys the 3D modelling and learning about the best practices in modern construction, in a practical course that will lead to being an appealing potential employee.
Eleanor chose to study Screen & Media at TAFE over Uni, as its hands-on approach suited her learning style. After graduation, her qualifications helped her secure a job in the television industry.
Learn some tips from TAFE SA's marketing guru Anne Tonkin! Here's a sneak-peek at three more of Anne's top ten tips!
4. A social media policy needs to be developed and embedded in your organisation. Training in this policy is critical for staff to help them with engagement, confidence and strategy achievement.
5. Monitor your platforms, understand the analytics and learn how your customers are interacting with you.
6. Learn to evolve, adapt and change continuously.
Here's a sneak-peek at three more of Anne's top ten tips!
7. Start with a few popular platforms, master the art of these and then move on to expand your online presence.
8. Never give up – social media adds value to your business if you are committed and have fun.
9. Acknowledge complaints online and try to move the conversation offline.
Community Support Worker.
Wanting to make a difference to people suffering from mental health issues, Mark chose TAFE SA over a university course, due to the quality education at a lower cost. He now works as a Community Support Worker, helping others through challenging times.
Winner of a national award, Justin uses skills learnt at TAFE SA as a painter and decorator in his job. He also shows off his artistic flair, with his abstract pieces of art selling at auction.
Mark - IT and Software Development graduate.
Mark's career change came after decades as a winemaker. He cites the practical knowledge gained from his lecturers as an invaluable education and provided a pathway to further study at university. He now works for IBM, one of the world's largest IT companies.
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TAFE SA is the largest provider of vocational education and training (VET) in South Australia delivering more than 1000 courses to an average of 80,000 students per year at our campuses across the state. TAFE SA offers training across more than 80 activity and industry-related areas with a wide range of quality courses and flexible study options to suit your personal needs.
TAFE SA plays a major role in the development of South Australia’s future workforce with 88% of students employed or in further study after graduating. In building the State’s skill base, TAFE SA works with industry and business to deliver relevant, high-quality, vocational education and training to better link skills and training with job opportunities, ensuring sustainable employment within the state.
CRICOS Provider Code: 0092B
RTO Code: 41026
1800 882 661, +61 8 8463 5487
TAFE SA has many campuses across South Australia.
120 Currie Street, ADELAIDE, SA, 5000