Technical and Further Education (TAFE) is a government-run system that provides education after high school in vocational areas like beauty, design, childcare, accounting, business, recruitment, and IT.


Learn all about the TAFE system in South Australia, including campus locations, selection criteria, courses and study options.

How to apply and enrol

Entry requirements, selection procedures and the application process are explained, along with information on vocational training while at school, obtaining apprenticeships and traineeships, and gaining credit for previous experience.

Find a course

Full details are provided on all TAFE courses, including short courses, organised by subject. Access information on where courses are offered and the range of study options available.

Find campus locations

Find information on all TAFE campuses in the State, including campus maps, study programs offered, facilities available and contact details.

Get student support

All you need to know about the extensive range of support services available for those studying at TAFE in South Australia.

Find out about concessions

Information is provided about fee concessions available to those who meet eligibility requirements. Links are provided to further information on fees, such as payment by installments.

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