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Short Course Guide Jul–Sep 2018

tafesa.edu.au/shortcourses


At TAFE SA we believe learning should be available to everyone. Whether you want to try something new for fun, are looking to boost your skills, or are working to enhance your career – our large range of short courses are for anyone and everyone. Our short courses give you choice – the choice to choose from a variety of study areas and subjects; the choice to explore courses for professional development, leisure, compliance and workplace training; and the choice to be flexible – providing you the opportunity to learn in a traditional classroom environment, or at your own pace and in your own space. Short courses can be completed within a day, over a number of weeks, or across multiple semesters. With so many short courses on offer, now's the time to take the next step. Who knows where it might lead! To help you determine which course is right for you, we have introduced the following categories: SO Starting out – for people wanting to get into the 

industry or seek further study options

AS Additional skills – for people already in the

industry looking to upskill

GI General interest – for people looking to explore a 

new hobby, or undertake a short course for fun

Before enrolling into a short course, make sure the course is appropriate for you.


Enrolling into a TAFE SA short course is easy. All you need to do is visit tafesa.edu.au/shortcourses and search for the course you want to enrol in. Short course enrolment is secured by credit card payment via the course webpage. Once you are on the course page, choose your preferred delivery and click on the ‘Enrol Now’ or ‘Apply Now’ button. ‘Enrol Now’ means that you will submit your details and payment using a credit card via the electronic form. This will secure your enrolment into the short course immediately. ‘Apply Now’ indicates that the program area may need to complete prerequisite checks before payment can be taken and your enrolment can be secured. You will submit your details via the electronic form and the program area will then contact you with further information regarding the payment and enrolment process.

Cancellation of Courses All short courses are subject to minimum numbers. If a course is cancelled due to low enrolments or unforeseen circumstances the program area will notify you via email, usually one week prior to the scheduled course commencement date. If the course is cancelled by TAFE SA you will receive a full refund. The short course program area will contact you usually one week prior to the scheduled commencement date to confirm whether the course is proceeding. If your course requires you to purchase additional equipment or supplies, we recommend that you wait until you receive your confirmation email before purchasing.

Short Course Refunds A full refund will be provided if: • The short course is cancelled by TAFE SA, or

If at any time you would like to talk to us about enrolling into a short course please contact us at 1800 882 661.

• The refund is requested prior to the commencement of the short course delivery.

As some short courses are subject to change without notice, we ask that you visit the website for the most up-to-date course information.

All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing by the student prior to the commencement of the short course delivery. A refund will not be granted if the request is received after the short course delivery has commenced. Students should liaise with the relevant program area regarding refund requests.

If you are an employer and require an invoice to be issued, please contact the program area via the 'Enquire' button or phone number listed on the course page.

Fees Fees vary for each short course depending on the duration and materials needed. For some courses there may be extra costs to cover items such as consumables. Enrolment into a short course is not confirmed until payment has been made in full. Concession prices are available for some courses. Please visit the course page for fee information.

Where a refund is to be provided, the refund will be processed back to the student in the same manner with which the short course fee was paid, e.g. if the short course fee was paid via credit card the refund will be credited back to the credit card with which payment was made.


Contents Metropolitan Courses

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Arts and Design

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Health and Lifestyle

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Building and Construction

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Hair and Beauty

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Business and Marketing

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Hospitality and Tourism

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Community Services

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Information Technology

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Education and Languages

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Mining, Engineering and Automotive page 46

Government, Property and Legal

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Primary Industries and Science

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Regional Courses

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Adelaide Hills and Murray Bridge

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Fleurieu Peninsula

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Barossa Valley

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Kangaroo Island

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Berri and Riverland

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Mount Gambier

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Eyre Peninsula

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Yorke Peninsula and Mid-North

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Far North

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Online/ External Courses

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Locations

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Metropolitan Courses

Looking for an outlet for your creative talents? Whether you want to try something new for fun or you’re looking to kick start your career, we have a range of short courses for you to choose from.

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Graphic Design and Print Media

Fashion

Adobe InDesign CC (Beginner to Intermediate)

Sew Your Own Fashion It’s all about what you wear and how you wear it! Take your love of fashion to the next level and learn how to make your own clothes using industry techniques for that professional finish. From learning how to read, understand and adjust patterns to mastering basic cutting and fitting techniques and using a sewing machine and overlocker, you will gain the skills and knowledge to create original and inspiring contemporary fashions and accessories at home. A basic knowledge of how to use a domestic sewing machine and basic hand stitching is recommended, however all skill levels are welcome. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Tue 7 Aug 2018 – Tue 25 Sep 2018 Duration: 8 weeks x 3 hours (Tuesdays 6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $350.00^ SO

GI

Floristry DIY Bohemian Style Wedding Flowers If you love all things boho, then look no further than this bohemian style floristry course. Whether you are a bride to be, interested in pursuing a new hobby, or looking to try your hand at floristry before committing to something more, this course is for you. In six weeks you will learn how to create buttonholes, bride and bridesmaid’s flowers, flower crowns and bouquets. Location: TAFE SA Tea Tree Gully Date: Thu 16 Aug 2018 – Thu 20 Sep 2018 Duration: 6 weeks x 2.5 hours (Thursdays 6:00pm–8:30pm) Cost: $300.00^ SO

GI

Have you ever wanted to be a graphic designer? This course will give you a comprehensive understanding of Adobe InDesign so you can work to create professionally designed documents such as magazine advertisements, invitations, posters, brochures and more. Over six weeks you will learn about paragraph and character styles, photo placements, colours, page layouts, getting files ready for print, exporting files for websites, and essential techniques for typesetting.

Arts and Design

Arts and Design

Location: Adelaide College of the Arts Date: Mon 30 Jul 2018 – Mon 3 Sep 2018 Duration: 6 weeks x 3 hours (Mondays 5:45pm–8:45pm) Cost: $650.00 SO

AS

GI

Adobe Photoshop CC (Beginner to Intermediate) Do you ever look at an image and think ‘how did they do that?’ That’s Photoshop, and it’s easy to use once you know how. In this course you’ll begin with the basics and then progress through to the more intermediate features of Adobe Photoshop like photo retouching, creating shadows and layers, cropping, resizing and blending, all the way to special effects. It’s comprehensive, fun and perfect for aspiring graphic designers or budding photographers. Location: Adelaide College of the Arts Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 5 Sep 2018 Duration: 6 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 5:45pm–8:45pm) Cost: $650.00 SO

AS

GI

Interior Design Introduction to Visual Merchandising Have you ever looked at a shop display and thought you could improve it? Do you love the art of selling through strong visuals? Then an Introduction to Visual Merchandising is for you. Combine your natural artistic flair with the course's practical teachings to be able to create a wide range of displays and product presentations. Every class is delivered in our visual merchandising workshop so that you can put your theory into practice with ease. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Tue 7 Aug 2018 – Tue 28 Aug 2018 Duration: 4 weeks x 3 hours (Tuesdays 6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $350.00 SO

^You will be required to bring/purchase some materials for this course. Visit the website for details.

AS

GI

SO Starting out

AS Additional skills

GI General interest

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Performing Arts Discover Acting – Term 3 Follow your passion and become an actor. This short course is designed to offer you a comprehensive foundation to professional acting training, so you can bring life into any script or character. It is a dynamic, flexible and creative program that will nurture, challenge and celebrate your creative development, delivered by a faculty of experienced professional teachers. Location: Adelaide College of the Arts Date: Tue 24 Jul 2018 – Thu 13 Sep 2018 Duration: 8 weeks x 4 hours (Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $450.00 SO

GI

Photography, Visual Art and Craft Copper Plate Etching and Aquatint for Beginners Try your hand at intaglio printmaking. Intaglio printmaking is a centuries-old, unique form of printmaking. It involves etching a design into a metal plate, adding ink to the etched metal, then passing the plate through a printing press together with a sheet of paper to transfer the design. Working with professional printmaker Lorelei Medcalf, you will learn how to prepare a copper plate, coat with hardground, draw with different tools, etch with ferric chloride and print using an etching press. You will also learn dry point techniques and how a range of tones can be created using aquatint. Location: Adelaide College of the Arts Date: Mon 6 Aug 2018 – Mon 10 Sep 2018 Duration: 6 weeks x 2.5 hours (Mondays 6:00pm–8:30pm) Cost: $350.00^ SO

GI

Introduction to Jewellery Making Unique, exquisite, stylish – just some of the words used to describe jewellery. If you are on the search for a one-of-a-kind piece, then why not make it yourself? Design and create your own jewellery in this introductory short course and be guided through the process to craft a neck pendant and a finger ring in either silver, brass or copper. Learn how to saw, file, solder, polish and add decorative finishes to your pieces while gaining insight into basic design principles to apply to future creations. By the end of the course you will have an individual, handcrafted piece of jewellery. Location: Adelaide College of the Arts Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 5 Sep 2018 Duration: 6 weeks x 2.5 hours (Wednesdays 6:00pm–8:30pm) Cost: $375.00^ SO

GI

Introduction to Lino and Relief Printing Relief printmaking is the oldest form of printing. It uses a technique in which a printing block is used to create a design before ink is applied to the surface and then pressed onto paper. Working with professional printmaker Lorelei Medcalf, you will learn how to make bold, beautiful prints using lino, vinyl and woodblocks with different colours and techniques – a great skill to learn with endless possibilities. Location: Adelaide College of the Arts Date: Tue 7 Aug 2018 – Tue 11 Sep 2018 Duration: 6 weeks x 2.5 hours (Tuesdays 6:00pm–8:30pm) Cost: $350.00^ SO

GI

Take Your DSLR Camera off Auto Do you have a keen eye but get nervous around a camera? This short course will help you improve your digital photography skills and give you the confidence to operate your DSLR camera like a professional. Get a better understanding of what your camera can do and how you can use it to take the best photos possible. Get in the know about camera operation, exposure modes, shutter speed, aperture control, ISO settings and more. Location: Adelaide College of the Arts Date: Thu 16 Aug 2018 – Thu 13 Sep 2018 Duration: 5 weeks x 3 hours (Thursdays 5:45pm–8:45pm) Cost: $275.00 SO

^You will be required to bring/purchase some materials for this course. Visit the website for details.

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GI


Wheel Throwing – Intermediate

Watercolour styles feature in a range of artworks – in advertising, on cakes and even tattoos. If you’ve always wanted to learn watercolour techniques, now’s the time to get inspired and explore your creative side with recognised and experienced watercolour artist Sue Ninham. In this course, Sue will teach you a range of watercolour techniques and tricks that will help you achieve luminous, flowing and transparent designs. She will also provide insight into palette preparation and colour mixing so you can achieve the perfect shade every time.

Take your wheel-throwing skills to the next level. This intermediate course builds on your fundamental wheelthrowing skills so you can create more challenging and versatile ceramics. Led by experienced lecturer Jo Crawford, you will learn new techniques such as altering thrown forms, adding handles and lids, and increasing production of your ceramic vessels.

Location: Adelaide College of the Arts Date: Tue 7 Aug 2018 – Tue 25 Sep 2018 Duration: 8 weeks x 2.5 hours (Tuesdays 6:00pm–8:30pm) Cost: $375.00^ SO

Arts and Design

Watercolour with Sue Ninham

Location: Adelaide College of the Arts Date: Tue 31 Jul 2018 – Tue 18 Sep 2018 Duration: 8 weeks x 2.5 hours (Tuesdays 6:00pm–8:30pm) Cost: $375.00^ SO

GI

GI

Wheel Throwing – Introduction If you recall the famous scene between Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze in the movie Ghost then you’re familiar with wheel throwing. This is your chance to get behind the wheel with experienced lecturer Jo Crawford to create your own beautiful and unique glazed pots and bowls. Learn fundamental skills such as centring clay on the wheel, throwing cylinders and bowl forms, and turning. Classes will provide a mix of demonstrations, practical tips and personal tuition. So, whether you’re an aspiring potter or just looking for a new hobby, you can feel confident working with clay. Come and have a spin! Location: Adelaide College of the Arts Date: Thu 2 Aug 2018 – Thu 20 Sep 2018 Duration: 7 weeks x 2.5 hours (Thursdays 6:00pm–8:30pm) Cost: $375.00^ SO

GI

^You will be required to bring/purchase some materials for this course. Visit the website for details.

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Looking to expand your skill set and gain industry knowledge? We offer a range of short courses for builders, plumbers, electricians and people looking to get into the building, trade and construction industries.

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Carpentry and Furniture Making Musical Instrument Making Realise your creative and artistic talents and produce a unique stringed instrument that cannot be purchased anywhere in the world. Whether you are attempting your first instrument or just looking to improve your current skill set, this short course will enable you to learn from those around you as well as from our experienced lecturer. From the selection of materials, to design, and to the final stages of fitting up, you will be assisted in every step of the process and given as much or as little instruction as you feel necessary. Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Wed 18 Jul 2018 – Wed 5 Dec 2018 Duration: 18 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $945.00^ SO

GI

Electrical and Renewable Energy Advanced PLCs* In this hands-on course, you will learn the advanced programming and diagnostic skills associated with medium to high-level programmable logic controllers (PLCs). This includes analogue and word manipulation. To undertake this course you must have one of the following accreditations: Use instrumentation drawings, specification, standards and equipment manuals (UEENEEI101A); Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers (UEENEEI150A); or NE130 and NE49. Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Thu 26 Jul 2018 – Thu 6 Dec 2018 Duration: 18 weeks x 3 hours (Thursdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $1,050.00 AS

Conduct In-Service Safety Testing of Electrical Cord Connected Equipment and Cord Assemblies (TEST and TAG)* Learn how to effectively check all your electrical equipment in line with OH&S regulations and the current Australian Standards. This short course will cover preparing and using the portable apparatus tester, using test results to establish the safety status, identifying safe and unsafe cords and apparatus, applying appropriate tagging, documenting testing activities and dealing with unplanned events. Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Thu 5 Jul 2018 – Fri 6 Jul 2018 Duration: 2 days x 8 hours (Thu and Fri 9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $350.00†

Building and Construction

Building and Construction

This course is also offered in regional location(s). AS

GI

Install and Maintain Cabling for Multiple Access to Telecommunications Services* Learn how to safely install and maintain telecommunications cabling in buildings and premises in line with the requirements set by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). This includes installing multiple telephone lines, multi-pair cables and backbone cabling, terminating in-socket outlets, termination modules and distributors, undertaking testing and compliance checks, and completing cabling documentation. Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 27 Aug 2018 – Fri 26 Oct 2018 Duration: 5 days x 8 hours + 4 hour intro (Mon 27 Aug, Tue 23 to Fri 26 Oct 8:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $1,050.00† AS

Low Voltage Rescue and Resuscitation (LVR/CPR)* Be prepared to provide rescue and resuscitation to a person who has stopped breathing or is unconscious due to electrical shock. Gain skills in managing the danger of accidental electrocution and learn more about WH&S requirements, expectations of a safety observer, and use of a low voltage rescue kit. On completion of the course, you will be issued with a licence card that will be valid for 12 months from its date of issue. Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Tue 28 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 4 hours (5:30pm–9:30pm) Cost: $140.00†

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 52 for accreditation details. ^You will be required to bring/purchase some materials for this course. Visit the website for details. † Concession may be available to CITB members. Eligibility criteria apply. You must be a member at time of enrolment. Visit the website for details.

Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Tue 21 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 4 hours (5:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $140.00† This course is also offered in regional location(s). AS SO Starting out

AS Additional skills

GI General interest

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Programmable Logic Controllers 1 (PLC1)*

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid Design*

This introduction to programmable controllers and basic discrete control programming will provide you with the skills and knowledge to undertake installation, find basic faults, and apply PLCs. To undertake this course you must have the following accreditation: Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace (UEENEEE101A).

If you are looking to add grid connect design to your existing Clean Energy Council (CEC) grid connect install accreditation, this course will provide you with the necessary skills and required photovoltaic (PV) system knowledge units of competency to design grid-connected systems. Learn how to select and match components, design a grid-connected PV system to Australian Standards and CEC guidelines and provide expected monthly and yearly estimates of the system output for specific sites. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website, and the requirements of the CEC.

Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Tue 24 Jul 2018 – Tue 4 Dec 2018 Duration: 18 weeks x 3 hours (Tuesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $1,050.00 AS

Restricted Electrical Licence (Disconnect/ Reconnect)* This course is designed for people with an Australian trade qualification who will be involved in disconnecting and reconnecting single and polyphase connections, appliances and/or motors connected to low-voltage wiring. Gain the required skills and knowledge to obtain a Restricted Electrical Licence (Disconnect/Reconnect) and learn how to identify supply arrangements, follow isolation procedures, select and use testing and measuring devices, terminate and connect cables, and more. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisite criteria listed on the website. Check the course page for full details. Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Tue 24 Jul 2018 – Tue 25 Sep 2018 Duration: 10 weeks x 4 hours (Tuesdays 5:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $1,050.00 Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 17 Sep 2018 – Fri 21 Sep 2018 Duration: 5 days x 8 hours (Mon to Fri 9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,050.00 AS

Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 30 Jul 2018 – Thu 2 Aug 2018 + Mon 13 Aug 2018 – Thu 16 Aug 2018 Duration: 8 days x 8 hours (Mon to Thu + Mon to Thu 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,230.00 Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 3 Sep 2018 – Thu 6 Sep 2018, + Mon 17 Sep 2018 – Thu 20 Sep 2018 Duration: 8 days x 8 hours (Mon to Thu + Mon to Thu 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,230.00 AS

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid Design for Installers* If you are an installer looking to add grid connect design to your existing Clean Energy Council (CEC) grid connect install accreditation, this course will provide you with the necessary skills and required photovoltaic (PV) system knowledge units of competency to design grid-connected systems. Learn how to select and match components, design a grid-connected PV system to Australian Standards and CEC guidelines and provide expected monthly and yearly estimates of the system output for specific sites. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website, and the requirements of the CEC. Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 13 Aug 2018 – Thu 16 Aug 2018 Duration: 4 days x 8 hours (Mon to Thu 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $900.00 Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 17 Sep – Thu 20 Sep 2018 Duration: 4 days x 8 hours (Mon to Thu 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $900.00 AS

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 52 for accreditation details.

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This course is for holders of an unrestricted electrical licence who wish to become accredited in order to install gridconnected solar/photovoltaic (PV) systems that have been designed by an accredited person. The course will cover the solar resource, PV technology, inverters, standards and regulations, and installation and commissioning. On successful completion of the course you will be able to install and commission a grid-connected PV system to Australian Standards and Clean Energy Council (CEC) guidelines. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website, and the requirements of the CEC. Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 30 Jul 2018 – Fri 3 Aug 2018 Duration: 5 days x 8 hours (Mon to Fri 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $990.00 Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 3 Sep 2018 – Fri 7 Sep 2018 Duration: 5 days x 8 hours (Mon to Fri 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $990.00 AS

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid Install and Design* This course is for holders of an unrestricted electrical licence who wish to become accredited in order to design and install grid-connected solar/photovoltaic (PV) systems. The course will cover the solar resource, PV technology, inverters, standards and regulations, installation, commissioning and designing systems. On successful completion of this course you will be able to select and match components, design and install a grid-connected PV system to Australian Standards and Clean Energy Council (CEC) guidelines and provide expected monthly and yearly estimates of the system output for a specific site. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website, and the requirements of the CEC.

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid with Battery Design* If you are looking to add grid connect with storage design to your existing Clean Energy Council (CEC) grid connect design accreditation, this course will provide you with the necessary skills and required photovoltaic (PV) system knowledge units of competency to design storage systems, charge controllers, and understand batteries and battery-based inverters and standards and regulations. Learn how to select and match components, design grids with battery storage systems to Australian Standards and industry standards, and detail the expected savings or costs of installing the system. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website, and the requirements of the CEC.

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Solar Accreditation Training – Grid Install*

Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 6 Aug 2018 – Wed 8 Aug 2018 + Mon 20 Aug 2018 – Wed 22 Aug 2018 Duration: 6 days x 8 hours (Mon to Wed + Mon to Wed 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,030.00 Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 10 Sep 2018 – Wed 12 Sep 2018 + Mon 24 Sep 2018 – Wed 26 Sep 2018 Duration: 6 days x 8 hours (Mon to Wed + Mon to Wed 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,030.00 AS

Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 30 Jul 2018 – Fri 3 Aug 2018 + Mon 13 Aug 2018 – Thu 16 Aug 2018 Duration: 9 days x 8 hours (Mon to Fri + Mon to Thu 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,550.00 Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 3 Sep 2018 – Fri 7 Sep 2018 + Mon 17 Sep 2018 – Thu 20 Sep 2018 Duration: 9 days x 8 hours (Mon to Fri + Mon to Thu 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,550.00 AS

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 52 for accreditation details.

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Solar Accreditation Training – Grid with Battery Install*

Structured and Coaxial Cabling and Optical Fibre Endorsement*

This course is for holders of an unrestricted electrical licence who wish to add grid connect with storage install to their existing accreditation. This course will provide you with the necessary skills and required photovoltaic (PV) system knowledge units of competency to install and commission grids with battery storage systems. Learn how to select and match components, design, install and maintain grids with battery storage systems to Australian Standards and industry guidelines, find faults, detail the expected savings or costs of installing the system, and understand batteries and batterybased inverters and standards and regulations. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website, and the requirements of the CEC.

Be equipped to terminate, install, inspect, test and certify cabling to the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) technical standards and to the Australian Standards (AS3080 and AS3815). In this course you will gain the necessary skills to work with performance data communication copper and optical cabling to meet the requirements of the ACMA for Structured Cabling Installations (Category 6), Coaxial Cabling and Optical Fibre Endorsements, and Open Cabling Registration.

Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 6 Aug 2018 – Thu 9 Aug 2018 Duration: 4 days x 8 hours (Mon to Thu 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,030.00 Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 10 Sep 2018 – Thu 13 Sep 2018 Duration: 4 days x 8 hours (Mon to Thu 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,030.00 AS

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid with Battery Install and Design* This course is for holders of an unrestricted electrical licence who wish to add grid connect with storage install and design to their existing accreditation. This course will provide you with the necessary skills and required photovoltaic (PV) system knowledge units of competency to install and commission grids with battery storage systems. Learn how to select and match components, design, install and commission grids with battery storage systems to Australian Standards and industry guidelines, charge controllers, find faults, detail the expected savings or costs of installing the system, and understand batteries and battery-based inverters and standards and regulations. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website, and the requirements of the CEC.

Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Tue 25 Sep 2018 – Fri 28 Sep 2018 Duration: 4 days x 8 hours (Tue to Fri 8:00am–4:30pm) Cost: $890.00† AS

Plumbing and Water Operations Basic Plumbing Awareness for Environmental Health Officers* Are you an environmental health officer? This course is designed to help you gain a basic understanding of waste disposal systems for one- and two-storey domestic buildings. Recognised and endorsed by SA Health, this course will provide insight into plumbing standards including drainage and underfloor installations, septic tanks with on-site disposal, aerobic wastewater treatment systems with irrigation layout, and more. Plus you will be invited to attend a full-day field trip to visit a number of construction sites to learn more about waste disposal. Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 27 Aug 2018 – Thu 30 Aug 2018 Duration: 4 days x 8 hours (Mon to Thu 8:30am–4:30pm) Cost: $1,800.00 AS

Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 6 Aug 2018 – Thu 9 Aug 2018 + Mon 20 Aug 2018 – Wed 22 Aug 2018 Duration: 7 days x 8 hours (Mon to Thu + Mon to Wed 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,440.00 Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Mon 10 Sep 2018 – Thu 13 Sep 2018 + Mon 24 Sep 2018 – Wed 26 Sep 2018 Duration: 7 days x 8 hours (Mon to Thu + Mon to Wed 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,440.00 AS

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*This course has accredited units. Visit page 52 for accreditation details. † Concession may be available to CITB members. Eligibility criteria apply. You must be a member at time of enrolment. Visit the website for details.


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in Building and Construction Short-course student Mario recently retired from 43 years in state and local government employment. Starting his career as a civil draftsman in the mid-seventies, Mario moved into other technical roles in the eighties, and later into a variety of managerial roles. Now retired, Mario has a desire to return to his original profession of drafting, something he has always enjoyed. In the seventies drafting was performed on a drawing board with a pencil and chromaflex drafting sheets. These days, AutoCAD is used. Mario decided to enrol into TAFE SA's Introduction to AutoCAD to test his aptitude, and thoroughly enjoyed the lessons. Jim, the lecturer, provided well-structured lessons and at a perfect pace for a novice like Mario. This course has inspired Mario to continue his studies and he is now undertaking the Certificate IV in Building Design Drafting (CPP40115).

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Whether you’re interested in the management of money, people or projects, our short courses in business and marketing will help you to become an industry leader.

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Accounting and Bookkeeping Xero – Accounting for Small Business Are you a small business operator? Enhance your knowledge of accounting program Xero and improve your business operations. This introductory course, run by qualified bookkeeper Ann Scicluna, will provide you with an overview of Xero and how it can be used within your business. You will be shown how to invoice, set up customers and suppliers, receive and disperse money, set up the Chart of Accounts, record purchases and sales, and much more. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Tue 24 Jul 2018 – Tue 14 Aug 2018 Duration: 4 weeks x 3 hours (Tuesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $350.00 SO

Business and Administration A Guide to Starting a New Business Starting your own business can be an exciting but daunting time. It's important to know what to expect and the key things to consider when running your own small business. This twohour introductory workshop will take you through what you need to know to run a successful business, including legal requirements, employees, marketing fundamentals, taxation, and much more. This session will also assist you in meeting the workshop requirements of the Small Business Development Fund. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Tue 31 Jul 2018, Tue 25 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 2 hours (Tue 6:00pm–8:00pm) Cost: $65.00 SO

Managing Customer Behaviour Customers are arguably the most important part of any business, so it’s vital to know how to effectively respond to them and manage their behaviours. In this course you will learn how to understand different customer needs and expectations, manage and respond to customer concerns, identify and solve potential problem situations, and achieve positive outcomes.

Market the Small Business A business can’t succeed without marketing. Make sure you stand out from the crowd and build your brand awareness with this course. You will build your knowledge and understanding of all aspects of the marketing process including market research, marketing strategies and the marketing mix. You will then apply your knowledge and skills to develop a marketing plan for your own business or intended business. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Tue 7 Aug 2018 – Tue 28 Aug 2018 Duration: 4 weeks x 3 hours (Tuesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $357.50 SO AS

Business and Marketing

Business and Marketing

Medical Terminology for Admin Staff If you are working, or looking to start your career in a healthrelated organisation, understanding medical terminology for reading medical reports and specialist referrals can give you big benefits. This comprehensive, one-day training course will teach you a range of specialist terms and definitions, pronunciations for medical terms, and how to understand medical drug names and definitions. Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 SO AS

Prepare an Effective Cover Letter Make your résumé stand out with a professional cover letter that is sure to impress any potential employer. Gain insight into why cover letters are important, learn how to tailor a cover letter to your intended audience, understand what should and shouldn’t be included, and get helpful tips on presentation, structure and layout. Combine this with our Prepare an Effective CV course to really give your applications punch. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Fri 7 Sep Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (12:45pm–3:45pm) Cost: $99.00 SO

Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Fri 24 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 SO AS

SO Starting out

AS Additional skills

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Prepare an Effective CV Put yourself out there with a professional CV and get one step closer to landing your dream job. This course will cover the purpose of a CV, how to tailor yours to your intended audience, what should and shouldn’t be included, how to answer selection criteria, and presentation tips. Combine with our Prepare an Effective Cover Letter course to really increase your job prospects. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Fri 7 Sep Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:00am–12:00pm) Cost: $99.00 SO

Management Contractor's Licensing Unit – Plan Small Business Finances* This short course is designed to help builders, plumbers, electricians, painters, landscapers, gas fitters and general tradies obtain their contractor's licence. Meet Office of Consumer and Business Services requirements and gain the necessary skills to project profits and develop financial plans for your own business or intended business. This includes understanding different industry costs and how to ensure full recovery of costs in your pricing strategy, breakeven analysis and profit projection, equity and loan capital, assets, working capital and the cash flow cycle. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Sat 22 Sep 2018 – Sun 23 Sep 2018 Duration: 2 days x 7 hours (Sat and Sun 8:30am–3:30pm) Cost: $450.00† Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Sat 25 Aug 2018 – Sun 26 Aug 2018 Duration: 2 days x 7 hours (Sat and Sun 8:30am–3:30pm) Cost: $450.00† Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Sat 28 Jul 2018 – Sun 29 Aug 2018 Duration: 2 days x 7 hours (Sat and Sun 8:30am–3:30pm) Cost: $450.00† This course is also available in regional location(s) and online. AS

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 52 for accreditation details. † Concession may be available to CITB members. Eligibility criteria apply. You must be a member at time of enrolment. Visit the website for details.

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Sales and Marketing Digital Marketing Maximise your digital marketing strategy and gain insider knowledge to ensure your digital strategies are on trend. Digital marketing plays an important role in any modern business. It helps increase a brand's exposure and grow return on investment. So we’ve created a short course to help you capitalise on your marketing skills and maximise your marketing spend to achieve your objectives and get ahead. Enhance your knowledge of current digital trends and consumer demands, currently available data, website design/ development, digital advertising (including AdWords), search engine optimisation (SEO), customer relationship management (CRM), social media, gamification concepts and apps. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Tue 4 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:30am–5:00pm) Cost: $430.00 SO AS

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Savvy Social Media for Professionals Social media is an important marketing tool for any modern business and can drive sales and brand awareness for low costs – if done right! This practical and dynamic course will help you understand how to use social media platforms to help grow your business, select the best platform for your business, maximise your social media presence, create content calendars and increase engagement levels across your social media platforms. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Tue 3 Jul 2018, Tue 25 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (Tuesdays 10:00am–4:30pm) Cost: $430.00 SO AS

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TAFE SA's Digital Marketing short course exceeded expectations for past student Tracey.

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Not only was Tracey able to gain insight into the value of e-marketing, and which channels and approaches to use, it also helped her compare which practices she was already using effectively in the workplace. Tracy now has more confidence in digital marketing strategies and practices.

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Our short courses in community services can lead you to a career in the community sector or help you explore professional development opportunities.

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Children’s Education and Care Child Safe Environments Anyone working with or providing services for children in South Australia is a mandated notifier. This course provides information pertaining to Section 11 of the Children's Protection Act 1993 and the associated obligations as a mandated notifier. This course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn about the signs of possible child abuse and neglect and to find out what could be done to support children and families. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Mon 20 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:30am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00 Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Fri 21 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:30am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00 Location: TAFE SA Gilles Plains Date: Wed 29 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00 This course is also offered in regional location(s). SO AS

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Educational Leader: Being – Leaderful Practice This short course will provide you with the skills you need to be a successful leader in the education and care sector. The course has a strong focus on identifying and using personal strengths, understanding followership, relationship-building skills, and reflective practice, and embedding framework principles and outcomes. Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Mon 9 Jul 2018 – Mon 30 Jul 2018 Duration: 3 days x 6 hours (Mon 9 Jul to Tue 10 Jul + Mon 30 Jul 10:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $500.00 AS

Marte Meo Practitioner Training Learn how to make the most of everyday situations, build relationships and support cooperative behaviour in this six-day program facilitated by Marte Meo licensed supervisor Italia Parletta. Suitable for staff working in early childhood services (birth to five years), and middle childhood and educational support services (five to 12 years), this session will provide you with a practical model for effectively communicating, connecting and interacting with children, and provides a reflective space to effectively support children’s development and wellbeing. Upon completion of this course, you will receive a Marte Meo Practitioner Certificate awarded through Marte Meo International. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Thu 2 Aug 2018 – Fri 2 Nov 2018 Duration: 6 days x 6 hours (Thu 2 Aug to Fri 3 Aug + Thu 6 Sep to Fri 7 Sep + Thu 1 Nov to Fri 2 Nov 10:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $1,200.00

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Responding to Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care (RAN-EC) Training This training meets one of the requirements for teacher registration in South Australia and is a condition of employment in school children’s services settings. The training provides those working in education and care environments with an understanding of the underlying factors of child abuse and neglect and their impact on children’s development and wellbeing. In this course you will learn how you can help to prevent and lessen the impact of abuse and neglect through your daily work and how and when to make a notification of suspected child abuse and/or neglect. The course has been developed through collaboration between the Department of Education and Child Development, Catholic Education SA, and the Association of Independent Schools of SA. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Mon 20 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00 This course is also offered in regional location(s). AS

Conferences In a South Australian first, TAFE SA will host the RIE Foundations: Theory and Observation course in October 2018.

The course will be facilitated by RIE Associate Sharon Smith who is a passionate advocate for improving the quality of care for infants and toddlers, and respect for families.

RIE Foundations: Theory and Observation is a 10-day intensive course for students, parents and professionals looking to develop and deepen their understanding of infant development and care.

Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Mon 8 Oct 2018 – Fri 19 Oct 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7.5 hours (Mon to Fri 9:00am–4:30pm) Cost: $2,999

Resources for Infant Educarers (RIE) helps to raise authentic infants who are competent, confident, curious, attentive, focused and resourceful.

A 50% non-refundable deposit is required at registration with remaining cost of $1,499 to be invoiced at a later date.

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Whether you’re looking to work, live or study in Australia or abroad, our education and language short courses will help you develop your skills in a range of study areas.

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Education and Languages

Literacy and Numeracy

English as a Second Language

Prepare to Drive – Obtain Your Learner's Permit*

Are you looking to improve your English fluency and pronunciation, gain confidence in communicating in English at work and in social situations, and develop your understanding of the Australian way of life? Expand your knowledge of Australian slang and phrases, Australian systems, culture and issues and improve your presentation skills, fluency and pronunciation. This course is designed for people from nonEnglish speaking backgrounds with advanced-level English. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Tue 7 Aug 2018 – Tue 25 Sep 2018 Duration: 8 weeks x 2.5 hours (Tuesdays 6:00pm–8:30pm) Cost: $275.00 SO

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Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Tue 10 Jul 2018, Tue 21 Aug 2018, Tue 11 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Tue 31 Jul 2018, Wed 15 Aug 2018, Tue 25 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (10:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $30.00‡ This course is also offered in regional location(s). GI

Advanced English Writing and Grammar Take your English writing and grammar skills to the next level. If you are a professional or student from a background other than English, this advanced course will help you develop your English grammar accuracy and writing skills. Enrol to improve your grammar and punctuation, sentence construction, vocabulary extension and summarising skills. You can also gain confidence in preparing formal and informal emails and writing reports and essays. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Thu 9 Aug 2018 – Thu 27 Sep 2018 Duration: 8 weeks x 2.5 hours (Thursdays 6:00pm–8:30pm) Cost: $275.00 SO

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Preparation for IELTS This course is designed to help you prepare for the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test to help you gain entry into university and TAFE SA courses. This practical course will explain the format of the IELTS test including reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. The course also uses intensive test materials to help you in your preparation. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Wed 8 Aug 2018 – Wed 26 Sep 2018 Duration: 8 weeks x 2.5 hours (Wednesdays 6:00pm–8:30pm) Cost: $275.00 SO

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Looking to get your Learner’s Permit? This short course will prepare you with the skills and knowledge to obtain your Learner’s Permit quickly and reduce your stress levels. This course is suitable for individuals who require support in reading and responding to visual and graphic texts. Instead of completing the Learner’s Permit test with Service SA, you will complete your assessment with TAFE SA.

Retail and Skills for Work* Would you like to gain valuable training in the retail services industry? From improving your reading, writing and maths skills to enhancing your communication and teamwork skills, this course will prepare you to work in retail and sales. Get a feel for the industry, understand how to apply safe work practices and to organise and maintain work areas. The course takes place in our simulated retail environment, giving you a better understanding of how to apply your new skills in the real world. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Thu 2 Aug 2018 – Thu 27 Sep 2018 Duration: 9 weeks x 12 hours (Thursdays and Fridays 9:30am–3:15pm) Cost: Free‡ SO

STAT Prep It’s never too late to return to study. This course is designed to help you prepare for the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) and gain confidence in all aspects of the test including multiple choice, language rich (English comprehension) and quantitative maths and science questions. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Thu 23 Aug 2018 – Thu 13 Sep 2018 Duration: 4 weeks x 2.5 hours (Thursdays 6:00pm–8:30pm) Cost: $120.00 SO

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 52 for accreditation details. ‡ State Government funding subsidies apply for this course. Students must meet eligibility criteria. Visit the website for details.

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Write Right Start your career in the South Australia Police (SAPOL) off right. This short course is designed to help you improve your writing and spelling skills and prepare for the SAPOL Recruitment Test. In this course you will develop your skills in grammar, punctuation, vocabulary, spelling and editing, while developing an understanding of strategies, sequencing information, and reporting. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Mon 6 Aug 2018 – Wed 12 Sep 2018 Duration: 6 weeks x 5 hours (Mondays and Wednesdays 5:30pm–8:00pm) Cost: $395.00 SO

Workplace Training Address Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Skills (TAELLN411) – Upgrade Unit* Would you like to enhance your skills as a vocational trainer or assessor? This course will provide you with the required skills and knowledge to identify language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skill requirements and help you to use resources and strategies to meet the needs of the learner group. By completing this course, you will comply with the Standards for registered training organisations (RTOs) 2015 – a requirement for all trainers and assessors who deliver VET-accredited training. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website. Location: TAFE SA Port Adelaide Date: Mon 30 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (Mon 9:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $170.00‡ This course is also available online. SO AS

Assessment Activities and Processes and Validation (TAEASS403 and TAEASS401) – Upgrade Units* Are you looking to upgrade your Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) qualification to the new Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) qualification? This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to plan, organise and assess training for individuals within a group and participate in an assessment validation process. By completing this course, you will comply with the Standards for registered training organisations (RTOs) 2015 – a requirement for all trainers and assessors who deliver VETaccredited training. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website. Location: TAFE SA Port Adelaide Date: Mon 6 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $340.00‡ This course is also available online. SO AS

Design and Develop Assessment Tools (TAEASS502) – Upgrade Unit* Are you a vocational trainer or assessor looking to develop your skills and knowledge in designing and developing assessment tools, including tools used in formative, summative and recognition of prior learning (RPL) assessment? By completing this course, you will comply with the Standards for registered training organisations (RTOs) 2015 – a requirement for all trainers and assessors who deliver VET-accredited training. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website. Location: TAFE SA Port Adelaide Date: Mon 9 Jul 2018 – Fri 20 Jul 2018 Duration: 3 days x 7 hours (Mon 9 Jul to Tue 10 Jul + Fri 20 Jul 9:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $450.00‡ Location: TAFE SA Port Adelaide Date: Thu 9 Aug 2018 – Thu 23 Aug 2018 Duration: 3 days x 7 hours (Thu 9 Aug to Fri 10 Aug + Thu 23 Aug 9:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $450.00‡ This course is also available in regional location(s) and online. SO AS

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 52 for accreditation details. ‡ State Government funding subsidies apply for this course. Students must meet eligibility criteria. Visit the website for details.

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Whether you need help to secure your dream job or your dream home, our expert lecturers are here for you. 26 Government, Property and Legal


Policing South Australia Police (SAPOL) Recruitment Tests If you are applying to become a police officer or protective security officer, you are required to complete literacy and numeracy tests. These tests cover spelling, reading comprehension, numeracy and written expression. TAFE SA, in consultation with SAPOL, conducts these tests every fortnight. Applicants who have achieved an Australia Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR) of 70 or more within the last three years or who hold a bachelor’s degree or higher from an Australian university (recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework) are not required to complete the recruitment test before submitting their application to SAPOL. You must be 18 years of age or over to sit the tests. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Fortnightly Duration: 1 day x 3.5 hours (9:00am–12:30pm) Cost: $148.50#

Introduction to Property Seminar These seminars are designed for home owners, first home buyers and budding property investors looking to grow their understanding of the residential property market. With seminars covering a range of topics, you will gain insider knowledge from leading property expert Peter Koulizos. These seminars are essential for anyone looking to break into the property market. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Mon 2 Jul 2018 Topic: Top Finance Tips Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Thu 9 Aug 2018 Topic: Property vs Shares Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Mon 3 Sep 2018 Topic: Renovation Tips Duration: 1 day x 1.5 hours (6:00pm–7:30pm) Cost: $55.00 This course is also available online. SO

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Property and Conveyancing Fundamentals of Property Investment

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Learn about investing in the local residential property market and grow your assets. This course will provide you with the knowledge to help you make educated and informed decisions when buying, selling, renovating, renting or developing property so that you can maximise your opportunities to create wealth. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Tue 31 Jul 2018 – Tue 11 Sep 2018 Duration: 7 weeks x 3 hours (Tuesdays 6:00pm–9:00pm + Sun 9 Sep 9:30am–4:30pm) Cost: $1,500.00 SO

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Our short courses in health and lifestyle will help you gain the skills and knowledge you need to improve the health and wellbeing of your community.

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Complementary Health An Introduction to Pregnancy Massage Pregnancy massage is a safe and beneficial element of prenatal care. This three-day workshop is designed for massage therapists who want to broaden their skill set to provide safe, competent and confident pregnancy massage. You will learn how a baby develops, how a woman’s body changes throughout pregnancy and how to adapt your massage techniques to accommodate expectant mothers. Location: TAFE SA Port Adelaide Date: Mon 9 Jul 2018 – Wed 11 Jul 2018 Duration: 3 day x 6 hours (Mon to Wed 9:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $480.00 AS

Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Wed 25 Jul 2018, Wed 15 Aug 2018, Wed 12 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 25 Sep 2018

Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Tue 24 Jul 2018, Tue 21 Aug 2018

Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)* Be prepared to save someone’s life in an emergency situation. In this course you will gain the necessary skills to maintain breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant following cardiac arrest. Learn from current paramedics and gain insight into dealing with emergency situations. It is recommended that CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Wed 25 Jul 2018, Wed 15 Aug 2018, Wed 12 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 25 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Gilles Plains Date: Thu 23 Aug 2018 Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Tue 24 Jul 2018, Tue 21 Aug 2018 Location: TAFE SA Regency Park Date: Thu 5 Jul 2018, Thu 6 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:00am–12:00pm) Cost: $55.00 This course is also offered in regional location(s). AS

Provide First Aid (formerly Apply First Aid or Senior First Aid) is a comprehensive first aid course suitable for everyday emergency situations. This course is suitable for a senior first aider or person looking to gain skills in managing an unconscious patient, performing CPR, treating burns, wounds and bleeding, assisting someone who is choking, handling medical emergencies such as chest pain, asthma or anaphylaxis, reacting appropriately to someone who is in shock, and treating fractures and head, neck and spinal injuries. A first aid qualification should be renewed every three years. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually.

Location: TAFE SA Gilles Plains Date: Thu 23 Aug 2018, Tue 25 Sep 2018

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Location: TAFE SA Regency Park Date: Thu 5 Jul 2018, Thu 6 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $155.00

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Nursing and Pathology IV Cannulation This practical course will provide you with the necessary skills to undertake IV Cannulation in the workplace. With the help of one of our lecturers, you will learn to insert intravenous cannula for blood sample collection. This short course is suitable for enrolled or registered nurses with a current or pending AHPRA registration. Location: TAFE SA Gilles Plains Date: Wed 4 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 4 hours (5:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $100.00 AS

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Venepuncture and Specimen Collection In this professional development course, you will learn how to undertake venepuncture and specimen collections safely, ensure quality blood samples have been obtained, and prevent and respond to clinical risks and adverse client reactions. To undertake this course you must either be undertaking or have completed a nursing (EN or RN) qualification. Location: TAFE SA Port Adelaide Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 22 Aug 2018 Location: 4 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 3:00pm–6:00pm) Cost: $400.00 AS

Wellbeing Art for Wellbeing Learn how to enhance and promote an individual’s wellbeing and personal and professional development using art therapy. This therapeutic technique focuses on the benefits of the creative art process for individuals for stress relief, self-confidence, self-awareness and increased interpersonal relations. Gain a competitive and creative edge and discover how to harness a person’s creativity to encourage change and growth. Location: TAFE SA Port Adelaide Date: Thu 30 Aug 2018 Location: 1 day x 3 hours (6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $70.00 AS

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Want to take your makeup skills to the next level? Whether you’re already working in the industry, looking to start your own freelance beauty business, or just looking to learn something new for fun, we have a range of beauty short courses for you to explore. 32 Hair and Beauty


Beauty Therapy Brow Shaping and Henna Brows No one likes bad brows. Avoid embarrassing moments and learn how to perfectly sculpt and enhance eyebrows every time with the help of our expert lecturers. There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to brows, so we’ll teach you how to create well-groomed, balanced and fuller looking brows that will suit and enhance all face types. All products will be provided on the day and each student will receive a special take-home goodie bag. The course will also include a catered dinner for you to enjoy. Location: M&CO Style Bar, Hyde Park Date: Tue 17 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 4.5 hours (3:30pm–8:00pm) Cost: $150.00 SO

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Eyelash Extensions* Eyelash extensions are fast becoming one of the world’s most sought-after beauty treatments. Learn everything you need to know to safely apply lash extensions and you’ll be on your way to launching your career as an eyelash extension professional. Wow your clients with thicker, longer and enviable lashes. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Mon 6 Aug 2018 – Mon 1 Oct 2018 Duration: 8 weeks x 3.5 hours (Mondays 6:00pm–9:30pm) Cost: $350.00 SO

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Fake Tan Preparation and Application Want to know how to get your skin looking sun-kissed and Instagram-worthy all year round? We’re sharing our secrets with you so you can achieve that natural-looking glow from head to toe. In this course you will learn how to prepare your skin for fake tanning, the best way to apply fake tan to ensure that you get a perfect and even coverage, and how to remove old tan. Goodbye filters, and hello healthy glowing skin!

Gel Polish Long-lasting, high gloss – what's not to love about gel manicures? If you’re a nail technician, or looking to become a nail technician, you’ve probably heard a lot of people ask for this liquid gold. We’ve got you covered. In this course you will learn how to correctly apply and remove gel polish without damaging the natural nail. Treat your clients to glossy and glamorous nails. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Wed 22 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $175^ SO

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Lash Lift and Lash Perming Are your clients in search of long, luscious lashes? Move over mascara, there’s a new technique in town. Lash services are becoming one of the fastest growing beauty therapy services and we can see why. Lash lifts and perms offer a great alternative to lash extensions by lifting and enhancing the client’s natural lashes. You’ll have your clients coming back for more. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Wed 22 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $200 SO

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Perfect Powder Dip Nails Longer lasting nails are here! Come and learn all about the latest nail technique – powder dip – and you’ll be one step closer to giving your clients perfect nails that look and feel natural. This course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to complete fast French nails and beautiful coloured nails that are easy to apply and stronger than gel nails. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Wed 8 Aug 2018 – Wed 15 Aug 2018 Duration: 2 days x 3 hours (Wednesdays 6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $250^ SO

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Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Wed 18 Jul 2018 Location: 1 day x 3 hours (3:30pm–6:30pm) Cost: $110.00 GI

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Threading and Henna Brows

Becoming a Freelance Makeup Artist

Looking to enhance your brow-shaping skills and offer your clients more options? In this class we will teach you how to perfectly sculpt eyebrows with the use of thread, scissors and tweezers as well as how to effectively remove hair from all areas of the face and neck. As a bonus, you’ll learn about the art of henna brows to colour and enhance the brows.

If you are passionate about makeup, becoming a freelance makeup artist might be the perfect job for you! This course will provide you everything you need to know to become a freelance makeup artist and to run your own business. With hints and tips plus a special makeup tutorial demonstration from makeup and Instagram star Georgina Neves, you’ll walk away with the knowledge to follow your dreams.

Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Wed 8 Aug 2018 – Wed 15 Aug 2018 Duration: 2 days x 3 hours (Wednesdays 6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $250^ SO

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Spray Tanning* Spray tanning can be one of the most popular beauty treatments and can be performed both in the salon and as part of a mobile business. Our hands-on spray tanning course will provide you with the knowledge, skills and accreditation to become a fully qualified spray tanner. You will learn how to prepare the skin, analyse different skin types, and use different tanning products and equipment to ensure you give a great tan with a perfect finish every time. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Wed 25 Jul 2018 – Wed 8 Aug 2018 Duration: 3 days x 3.5 hours (Wednesdays 6:00pm–9:30pm) Cost: $390.00 SO

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Makeup Back to Basics: Day and Night Makeup Looks

Location: M&CO Style Bar, Hyde Park Date: Wed 18 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3.5 hours (10:00am–1:30pm) Cost: $90.00 SO

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Cut Crease and Bold Lip Bigger, brighter eyes and bold lips make for a dramatic makeup look. In this course you will gain insight into every makeup artist’s secret weapon and learn techniques to master this popular style. You’ll be channelling a vintage Hollywood look in no time. All products will be provided on the day and each student will receive a special take-home goodie bag. The course will also include a catered lunch for you to enjoy. Location: M&CO Style Bar, Hyde Park Date: Tue 17 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 4.5 hours (10:00am–2:30pm) Cost: $150.00 SO

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Instaglam

Whether you're a beauty beginner or a makeup pro wanting to learn new skills, this hands-on course will teach you how to create flawless, long-lasting day and night makeup looks that you can easily replicate. We’ll teach you tips and tricks suited for your individual eye and face shape, the secret to a perfect foundation base, and how to highlight and contour. All products will be provided on the day and each student will receive a special take-home goodie bag. The course will also include a catered lunch for you to enjoy.

You won’t need a filter after this course. Learn all about modern makeup trends and how to create that perfect Instaworthy makeup look. We’ll take you through the steps to tailor makeup for your skin type, as well as your eye and face shape, to ensure that you achieve those perfect glam results every time. You’ll also learn highlighting and contouring techniques, specialised eye makeup looks and perfectly defined brows. All products will be provided on the day and each student will receive a special take-home goodie bag. The course will also include a catered dinner for you to enjoy.

Location: M&CO Style Bar, Hyde Park Date: Mon 16 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 4.5 hours (10:00am–2:30pm) Cost: $150.00

Location: M&CO Style Bar, Hyde Park Date: Mon 16 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 4.5 hours (3:30pm–8:00pm) Cost: $150.00

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Smokey Eyes and False Lash Application This timeless look will never go out of style. We’ve called in the professionals to share their expert tips to help you master a smokey eye with false lashes so you can make your eyes pop for any occasion. Make your friends jealous or make your clients feel flawless. All products will be provided on the day and each student will receive a special take-home goodie bag. The course will also include a catered lunch for you to enjoy. Location: M&CO Style Bar, Hyde Park Date: Wed 18 Jul 2018 Location: 1 day x 4.5 hours (2:30pm–7:00pm) Cost: $150.00 GI

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in Hair and Beauty Short-course student Vanessa has been able to expand her opportunities after attending our Apply Eyelash Extensions short course. Not only has Vanessa gained knowledge of eyelash application, she has been able to further her career options in the beauty industry and build up her client base in her home salon.

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Further your passion for food and drink with a short course in hospitality or cookery. Whether you’re already working in the hospitality industry or just a foodie, aspiring cook, or DIY baker, we have a range of short courses to satisfy your cravings. 36 Hospitality and Tourism


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Beer Brewing

Baking

Craft Beer Boot Camp

Viennoiserie (morning pastries) is one of the most recognised pastry types in the world. These rich and delicious pastries are so sought after that we've brought in the experts to teach you the latest trends that are sure to transport you to the cafés of Europe. From dual-coloured croissants and Danish pastries to other high-end goods, you will get a crash course in how to produce show-stopping pastries using modern techniques, and with eye-catching garnishes. Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Tue 4 Sep 2018 – Wed 5 Sep 2018 Duration: 2 days x 6 hours (Tue and Wed 12:00pm–6:00pm) Cost: $268.00 SO

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French Pastry Classics

Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Mon 9 Jul 2018 – Fri 13 Jul 2018 Duration: 5 days x 8 hours (Mon to Fri 9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,175.00 SO

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Cheese Making Cheese Making 101

Take your baking skills to the next level and transport yourself to France from the comfort of your kitchen. Learn how to make an array of classic French pastries such as croissants, brioche, éclairs, mille-feuille, quiche and fresh fruit tartlets. Never feel overwhelmed again making these flaky, buttery and oh so delicious treats.

Come and learn the art of cheese making. This hands-on course will be filled with cheese making, fun and tastings, starting with a simple fresh cheese like fetta. At the end of the day you will be sent home with a goodie bag to continue to make cheese at home. If you’re a cheese lover, this course won’t disappoint.

Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Tue 14 Aug 2018 – Wed 15 Aug 2018 Duration: 2 days x 6 hours (Tue and Wed 12:00pm–6:00pm) Cost: $268.00

Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Wed 22 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (10:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $290.00

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Advanced Viennoiserie

Calling all beer lovers! Get a taste for commercial brewing and gain practical skills in producing a range of craft beers at TAFE SA’s boot camp. This five-day intensive course sets the standards for producing quality craft beers and will give you an exclusive preview into the fully accredited course – Certificate III Program in Food Processing (Micro Brewing) incorporating Certificate III in Food Processing (FDF30111). It’s not too late to join the craft brewing scene.

Party Foods Have you ever tried to cater for your child’s birthday party but you’ve given up because it all felt too hard? Don’t stress – let us teach you how to serve up an array of sweet and savoury birthday treats such as party-sized pies, pasties, sausage rolls, quiches, mini pizzas, slices, mini tarts and decorated cupcakes. With recipes this easy, you’ll be able to get the kids to help! Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Wed 25 Jul 2018 – Thu 26 Jul 2018 Duration: 2 days x 4 hours (Wed and Thu 5:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $268.00 GI

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Cookery

Regency – Masterclass (13 to 16 yrs)

The Kids Kitchen

Date: Tue 10 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: Let’s Go Party

The July school holidays are fast approaching and TAFE SA has some action-packed classes for the budding chefs of the future. Whether your child is a kinder cook, growing gourmet chef, or the next master class professional – we have something they’re sure to love. The program has been designed so that young people can pick and choose classes that interest them. All classes will involve the preparation of a range of dishes and will be taught by professional chefs in our world-class training facilities. All prepared food will be available to be taken home, unless consumed beforehand.

Regency – Kinder Cooks (4 to 6 yrs) Date: Tue 10 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: Muffin Madness Date: Wed 11 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: Slice of Heaven Date: Thu 12 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: Kindercooks Picnic Date: Fri 13 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: Tasty Lunchbox Treats Location: TAFE SA Regency Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:30am–12:30pm) Cost: $39.00 Children in this age group MUST be accompanied by an adult in the kitchen. No exceptions will be made due to WH&S requirements. GI

Regency – Growing Gourmets (7 to 12 yrs) Date: Tue 10 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: Gluten Free Gourmet, or Party Favourites Date: Wed 11 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: Indian Easy, or Big Bikkies Date: Thu 12 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: Lunchtime Legends, or Gluten Free Lolly Bag Date: Fri 13 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: Naughty but Nice, or the Sweet and Savoury Kitchen Location: TAFE SA Regency Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:30am–12:30pm) Cost: $55.00 GI

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Date: Wed 11 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: High Tea at Regency Date: Thu 12 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: Letter and Shape Creations Date: Fri 13 Jul 2018 Cooking Class: “D” for Delicious Drip Cakes Location: TAFE SA Regency Duration: 1 day x 5 hours (9:30am–2:30pm) Cost: $95.00 GI

Food Technology High Boil Confectionery Have fun making confectionery from your childhood with this hands-on and practical session. From acid drops and butterscotch to croquant delights – this is something you definitely want to have in your culinary repertoire. Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Tue 18 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $99.00 SO

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Microbiology Training for National Food Auditors* This course is designed for food safety auditors who require formal microbiology training, or for those who want to expand their knowledge in this area. This short course will cover theoretical and practical microbiology and its application to the food industry. By completing this short course you will meet the national certification requirements relevant to the food industry. Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Mon 24 Sep 2018 – Fri 28 Sep 2018 Duration: 5 days x 8 hours (Mon to Fri 9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $1,390.00 SO

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Hospitality Café Culture* It’s all about coffee and food! Learn how to make the perfect espresso coffee and gain skills in the kitchen by preparing stylish yet simple dishes and gourmet sandwiches. This course is suitable for those working in or looking to start their career in the hospitality industry. Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Mon 9 Jul 2018 – Fri 13 Jul 2018 Duration: 5 days x 8.5 hours (Mon to Fri 9:00am–6:00pm) Cost: $450.00 SO

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Intensive World of Bartending* During this intensive four-day course you will be taken through every aspect of the bartending profession. Learn essential skills required to work in the industry from experienced and qualified bartenders and gain your responsible service of alcohol (RSA) accreditation. This course is suitable for those working in or looking to start their career in the hospitality industry. Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Mon 9 Jul 2018 – Thu 12 Jul 2018 Duration: 4 days x 8 hours (Mon to Thu 9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $450.00 This course is also offered in regional location(s). SO

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Cocktails for Fun

Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Mon 27 Aug 2018 – Tue 28 Aug 2018 Duration: 2 days x 3 hours (Mon and Tue 6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $110.00 GI

Espresso Coffee Making* Learn to make the perfect espresso coffee with our passionate and qualified lecturers who will inspire you to make coffee with enthusiasm and confidence. This course is suitable for those working in or looking to start their career in the hospitality industry. Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Mon 27 Aug 2018 – Tue 11 Sep 2018 Duration: 6 days x 3 hours (Mondays and Tuesdays 6:00pm–9:00pm) Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Mon 30 Jul 2018 – Mon 3 Sep 2018 Duration: 6 days x 3 hours (Mondays 6:00pm–9:00pm)

Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA)* This course is a legal requirement for all hospitality staff and essential for all personnel involved in the sale and supply of liquor. To ensure your qualification is valid in South Australia, this short course will be delivered in a blended method of online and in person. The theory component of the course must be completed online, with the assessment requiring your participation at a recognised TAFE SA campus. This course is suitable for those working in or looking to start their career in the hospitality industry. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Tue 14 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (4:00pm–6:00pm) Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Wed 18 Jul 2018, Wed 19 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (4:00pm–10:00pm)

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Do you like your drinks shaken or stirred? Let the professionals teach you the tricks of the trade in this hands-on short course. Learn how to make a variety of traditional and modern cocktails. These sessions are designed for the home entertainer who wishes to impress their guests and add a touch of class to any event.

Location: Regency Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:00pm) Cost: $110.00 This course is also offered in regional location(s). SO

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Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Mon 10 Sep 2018 – Tue 25 Sep 2018 Duration: 6 days x 3 hours (Mondays and Tuesdays 6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $335.00 SO

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World of Bartending* Don’t have the time to undertake our Intensive World of Bartending course? This course is perfect for you. You’ll learn everything you need to become a bartender from experienced and qualified bartenders. Learn essential skills and gain your responsible service of alcohol (RSA) accreditation. This course is suitable for those working in or looking to start their career in the hospitality industry. Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Wed 18 Jul 2018 – Thu 9 Aug 2018 Duration: 8 days x 4 hours (Wednesdays and Thursdays 6:00pm–10:00pm) Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Wed 19 Sep 2018 – Thu 11 Oct 2018 Duration: 8 days x 4 hours (Wednesdays and Thursdays 6:00pm–10:00pm) Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Mon 30 Jul 2018 – Tue 21 Aug 2018 Duration: 8 days x 4 hours (Mondays and Tuesdays 6:00pm–10:00pm) Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Mon 3 Sep 2018 – Tue 25 Sep 2018 Duration: 8 days x 4 hours (Mondays and Tuesdays 6:00pm–10:00pm) Cost: $450.00 SO

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Meat Products Cured and Smoked Products Keen to cure your own meats? This hands-on class covers curing and smoking products at home so you can achieve amazing results in your own kitchen. We’ll start you off making your own bacon, then progress to curing pork cuts. You’ll get hints and tips on working with ham primal so you can apply your new skills to create your own range of products. Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Tue 11 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3.5 hours (5:30pm–9:00pm) Cost: $120.00 SO

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*This course has accredited units. Visit page 52 for accreditation details.

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Wine and Viticulture WSET Level 3 Award in Wines Do you consider yourself a wine connoisseur? Are you looking to enhance your knowledge of wine and gain your level three in WSET? This intensive course will provide you with detailed analysis of wine and wine principles, with in-depth tastings to help you learn how to identify product style and quality. To undertake this course, you must have completed the WSET level two course or have equivalent industry experience/ knowledge. This course also assumes prior tasting experience and some international wine knowledge. Basic concepts will not be covered at this level. Location: TAFE SA Urrbrae Date: Mon 23 Jul 2018 – Mon 26 Nov 2018 | Exam Mon 26 Nov 2018 Duration: 16 weeks x 3 hours (Mondays 6.00pm–9.00pm) Location: TAFE SA Urrbrae Date: Thu 2 Aug 2018 – Thu 6 Dec 2018 | Exam Thu 6 Dec 2018 Duration: 16 weeks x 3 hours (Thursdays 6.00pm–9.00pm) Cost: $1,560.00 This course is also offered in regional location(s). SO

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The Craft Beer Boot Camp short course was really enjoyable and gave me the motivation to work towards getting into the brewing industry in the future. Also, brewing side by side with a legendary brewer/lecturer was pretty exciting.

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Whether you’re looking to enhance your computer literacy skills or take the next step in your career, our information technology courses will help you get the confidence you need to achieve your goals.

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Digital Literacy Advanced Excel 2016 If you use Excel for study or work, you’ll want to know how to perform advanced data operations. From formatting styles, data consolidations, filters and advanced pivot table techniques to macros, keyboard shortcuts and cell references, you'll acquire the skills you need to use Excel to your advantage. Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Wed 29 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 This course is also offered in regional location(s). SO

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Advanced Word 2016 Become a Microsoft Word pro with this comprehensive and hands-on course. Master the advanced features of Word such as working with multiple documents, formatting tables, applying indents, making hard and soft returns, using mail merge, creating labels, tracking changes and running macros. Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Wed 15 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00

Basic Word 2016 Learn how to create everyday documents for home or work. This beginner’s course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to get to know Word, create and work with documents, set up page layouts, format, insert pictures, and create and modify tables. Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Fri 3 Aug 2018 Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Wed 12 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 SO

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Intermediate Excel 2016 You understand the basics, but now it’s time to take your skills to the next level. Expand your knowledge of Microsoft Excel and discover how to create more productive and dynamic workbooks. Learn how to create more complex formulas and functions, use popular and common worksheet functions, perform calculations, work with tables and enhance charts. Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Wed 15 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 This course is also offered in regional location(s). SO

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Basic Excel 2016 We understand that spreadsheets can look daunting, but don’t feel discouraged. We’ve created this hands-on and comprehensive course to help you get to know Microsoft Excel 2016 so you can feel confident in creating and working with spreadsheets. With the help of our lecturer, you will learn how to create workbooks, sort and filter data, work with formulas, and design and enhance worksheets. Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018

Intermediate Word 2016 Would you like to expand your skills in Microsoft Word? This course will assist you in creating more evolved documents using styles, templates, section breaks, text boxes, shapes, headers, footers and tables. You’ll also learn how to work with PDF documents and enhance pictures for that professional finish.

Information Technology

Information Technology

Location: TAFE SA Regency Date: Wed 22 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 SO

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Location: TAFE SA Noarlunga Date: Wed 29 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 This course is also offered in regional location(s). SO

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Networking and Security FortiNet NSE4 – FortiGate I This FortiNet Network Security Academy (FNSA) course is designed to provide industry-recognised FortiNet training and certification opportunities across all aspects of FortiNet's network security platform. Using interactive labs, you will learn how to use basic FortiGate features. This course covers firewall policies, basic VPNs, antivirus, web filtering, application control, and user authentication to provide you with a solid understanding of how to integrate basic network security within a work environment. Location: TAFE SA Adelaide Date: Mon 24 Sep 2018 – Tue 25 Sep 2018 Duration: 2 days x 8 hours (Mon and Tue 9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $980.00 SO

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in Information Technology Short course student Judy, had a few 'aha' moments when she enrolled into our Intermediate Excel short course. After receiving tailored training from our expert lecturer, Janet has returned to work with more confidence and familiarity with Excel, and can even apply her new skills to using Excel at home.

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We provide leading education and training for the mining, engineering and automotive industries.

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Manufacturing and Welding Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) – Basic* Calling all DIY welders and qualified tradespeople, this introductory course will provide you with the skills to competently prepare materials and carry out routine welds. Develop your understanding of gas metal arc welding processes and welding requirements. There are no prerequisites or assumed prior knowledge for this course. Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 12 Sep 2018 Duration: 7 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $425.00 SO

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Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) – Intermediate* Enhance your knowledge and skills in gas metal arc welding. Learn how to safely and effectively prepare fillet and butt welds, and set up jigs, fixtures and clamps. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website. Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 7 Nov 2018 Duration: 13 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $660.00 AS

Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) – Advanced* This short course is for current welders and boilermakers looking to take their knowledge of welding to the next level. Our expert lecturers will teach you how to prepare materials, select and set up welding equipment, inspect and correct defects, and maintain weld records. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website. Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 7 Nov 2018 Duration: 13 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $660.00

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) – Basic* This introductory course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to perform routine manual metal arc welds, and will take you through how to identify welding requirements from instructions, prepare materials and carry out routine welds. It's perfect for at-home DIY welders and qualified tradespeople. There are no prerequisites or assumed prior knowledge for this course. Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 12 Sep 2018 Duration: 7 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $425.00 SO

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Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) – Intermediate* Develop your understanding of gas metal arc welding processes and enhance your skills in preparing materials and carrying out routine fillet and butt welds. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website. Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 7 Nov 2018 Duration: 13 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $660.00 AS

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) – Advanced* This advanced course is for current welders and boilermakers looking to take their knowledge of welding to the next level. Our expert lecturers will teach you how to prepare materials, select and set up welding equipment, inspect and correct defects, and maintain weld records. This includes working with fillet and butt welds in horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website. Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 7 Nov 2018 Duration: 13 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $660.00 AS

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Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMAW) – Basic*

Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMAW) – Advanced*

Calling all DIY welders and qualified tradespeople, this introductory course will provide you with the skills to competently prepare materials and carry out routine welds. Develop your understanding of performing welding on low carbon/mild steel using a manual metal arc welding process commonly known as stick welding. There are no prerequisites or assumed prior knowledge for this course.

This short course is for current welders and boilermakers looking to take their knowledge of welding to the next level. Our expert lecturers will teach you how to prepare materials, select and set up welding equipment, inspect and correct defects, and maintain weld records. This includes working with fillet and butt welds in horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. The weld quality conforms to Australian Standard 1554: Structural Purpose. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website.

Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 12 Sep 2018 Duration: 7 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $425.00 SO

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Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMAW) – Intermediate* Enhance your knowledge and skills in manual metal arc welding. Learn how to safely and effectively prepare materials, including pre-heating and setting up jigs, fixtures and clamps. There will be some access to thermal processes in this course. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website. Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 12 Sep 2018 Duration: 13 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $660.00 AS

Location: TAFE SA Elizabeth Date: Wed 1 Aug 2018 – Wed 7 Nov 2018 Duration: 13 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $660.00 AS

Mining, Geoscience, Oil and Gas Work Zone Traffic Management* Are you looking to get accredited in work zone traffic management? Whether you are just starting out or looking to refresh your knowledge, this course will provide you with the necessary knowledge to meet the requirements of the Road Traffic Act. In this course you will be introduced to work zone traffic management, legislative requirements, planning, preparing and managing a traffic guidance scheme, signs and devices, regulatory controls, record keeping and traffic control. Under Section 17 of the Road Traffic Act, all persons placing traffic or using traffic control devices must be accredited in work zone traffic management. It is recommended that training is refreshed every three years. Location: TAFE SA Tonsley Date: Tue 10 Jul 2018 – Thu 12 Jul 2018 Duration: 3 days x 8 hours (Tue to Thu 8:00am–4:30pm) Cost: $375.00† SO

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 52 for accreditation details. † Concession may be available to CITB members. Eligibility criteria apply. You must be a member at time of enrolment. Visit the website for details.

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Whether you are working in the industry or exploring a new hobby, we have a range of agriculture, animal studies and science for you to discover.

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Agriculture Beekeeping for Beginners Are you an aspiring apiarist or looking for ways to contribute to helping bee populations and the environment? Learn how to introduce and maintain hives, harvest honey and hive products, restore agricultural systems and meet legislative requirements for keeping bees. This course will involve both on-campus theory work and practical work in the Adelaide Hills. All equipment, including beekeeping suits and gloves, will be provided on the day. Location: TAFE SA Urrbrae Date: Sat 29 Sep 2018 – Sun 30 Sep 2018 Duration: 2 days x 6 hours (Sat and Sun 9:00am–3:00pm) Cost: $230.00 GI

Animal Studies and Veterinary Nursing Introduction to Rehabilitation for Veterinary Personnel This introductory course provides a hands-on approach for veterinary personnel who would like to improve and build on their skills in rehabilitation. The course will cover topics including anatomy and basic rehabilitation of hospitalised animals. Location: TAFE SA Gilles Plains Date: Thu 23 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 2.5 hours (7:00pm–9:30pm) Cost: $79.00

Practical CPR for Veterinary Personnel Based on the RECOVER guidelines, this hands-on training will provide you with the opportunity to learn about and practice CPR, preparing you for real-life situations. You will practice on mannequins, with a view to transfer the knowledge gained into practice. The course will cover chest compression techniques for small animals, best practice manual ventilation techniques, appropriate set up of emergency treatment spaces, and more. Location: TAFE SA Gilles Plains Date: Thu 16 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 2.5 hours (7:00pm–9:30pm) Cost: $79.00 AS

Science Introduction to Microscopic Examination Come and learn how to prepare specimen samples for microscopic examination. You will get hands-on, practical experience in a laboratory setting that you can then apply to further work or study, or for general interest. This course will have a focus on haematology and microbiology sample testing. No prior knowledge or experience is required. All materials will be provided. Location: TAFE SA Gilles Plains Date: Tue 21 Aug 2018 – Tue 28 Aug 2018 Duration: 2 days x 3 hours (Tuesdays 6:00pm–9:00pm) Cost: $130.00 SO

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Short-course student Lewis was surprised to learn about the amount of pests and diseases that hives and bees can attract at the Beekeeping for Beginners short course. Without doing this course, Lewis wouldn’t have known what to look out for, or how best to maintain his hive, which he has built himself.

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Metro Accreditation Units

Programmable Logic Controllers 1 (PLC1)

Building and Construction

• UEENEEI150A | Develop, enter and verify discrete control programs for programmable controllers

In-Service Safety Testing of Electrical Cord Connected Equipment and Cord Assemblies (TEST and TAG) • UEENEEP026A | Conduct in-service safety testing of electrical cord connected equipment and cord assemblies

Basic Plumbing Awareness for Environmental Health Officers • CPCPDR3021A | Plan layout of a residential sanitary drainage system • CPCPDR3022A | Install below ground sanitary drainage systems • RIICCM210D | Install trench support • CPCPDR3023A | Install on-site disposal systems • CPCPDR2022A | Install domestic treatment plants • CPCPSN3011B | Plan layout of a residential sanitary plumbing system • CPCPSN3022A | Install discharge pipes • CPCPSN3025A | Install pre-treatment facilities • CPCPDR4013B | Design and size domestic treatment plant disposal systems

Beauty Therapy Eyelash Extensions • SHBBMUP001 | Apply eyelash extensions

Spray Tanning • SHBBBOS001 | Apply cosmetic tanning products

Business and Marketing Market the Small Business • BSBSMB403 | Market the small business

Electrical and Renewable Energy Advanced PLCs • UEENEEI151A | Develop, enter and verify word and analogue control programs for programmable logic controllers

Install and Maintain Cabling for Multiple Access to Telecommunications Services • UEENEEF102A | Install and maintain cabling for multiple access to telecommunication services

Low Voltage Rescue and Resuscitation (LVR/CPR) • UETTDRRF06B | Perform rescue from a live LV panel • HLTAID001 | Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

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Restricted Electrical Licence (Disconnect/Reconnect) • UEENEEP010A | Disconnect – reconnect appliances connected to low voltage installation wiring • UEENEEE101A | Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid Design • UEENEEK125A | Solve basic problems in photovoltaic energy apparatus and systems • UEENEEK135A | Design grid connected photovoltaic power supply systems

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid Design for Installers • UEENEEK135A | Design grid connected photovoltaic power supply systems

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid Install • UEENEEK125A | Solve basic problems in photovoltaic energy apparatus and systems • UEENEEK148A | Install, configure and commission LV grid connected photovoltaic power systems

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid Install and Design • UEENEEK125A | Solve basic problems in photovoltaic energy apparatus and systems • UEENEEK135A | Design grid connected photovoltaic power supply systems • UEENEEK148A | Install, configure and commission LV grid connected photovoltaic power systems

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid with Battery Design • UEERE5001 | Design battery storage systems for grid-connected photovoltaic systems

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid with Battery Install • UEERE4001 | Install, maintain and fault find battery storage systems for grid-connected photovoltaic systems

Solar Accreditation Training – Grid with Battery Install and Design • UEERE5001 | Design battery storage systems for grid-connected photovoltaic systems • UEERE4001 | Install, maintain and fault find battery storage systems for grid-connected photovoltaic systems


• UEENEEF104A | Install and modify performance data communication copper cabling • UEENEEF105A | Install and modify optical fibre performance data communication cabling

First Aid Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) • HLTAID001 | Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Provide First Aid • HLTAID003 | Provide first aid

Food Technology Microbiology Training for National Food Auditors • FDFFST5006A | Apply food microbiological techniques and analysis

Hospitality Café Culture • SITHFAB005 | Prepare and serve espresso coffee • SITXFSA001 | Use hygienic practices for food safety • SITHCCC002 | Prepare and present simple dishes • SITHCCC003 | Prepare and present sandwiches

Retail and Skills for Work • FSKDIG02 | Use digital technology for simple workplace tasks • FSKLRG08 | Use simple strategies for work-related learning • FSKNUM08 | Identify and use whole numbers and simple fractions, decimals and percentages for work • FSKNUM09 | Identify, measure and estimate familiar quantities for work • FSKOCM03 | Participate in simple spoken interactions at work • FSKRDG07 | Read and respond to simple workplace information • FSKWTG06 | Write simple workplace information • SIRXCOM001 | Communicate in the workplace to support team and customer outcomes • SIRXIND001 | Work effectively in a service environment • SIRXIND003 | Organise personal work requirements • SIRXIND004 | Plan a career in the retail industry

Management Contractor's Licensing Unit – Plan Small Business Finances • BSBSMB402 | Plan small business finances

Manufacturing and Welding Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) – Basic • MEM05012C | Perform routine manual metal arc welding

Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) – Intermediate

Espresso Coffee Making

• MEM05017D | Weld using gas metal arc welding process

• SITHFAB005 | Prepare and serve espresso coffee • SITXFSA001 | Use hygienic practices for food safety

Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) – Advanced

Intensive World of Bartending • SITHFAB001 | Clean and tidy bar areas • SITHFAB002 | Provide responsible service of alcohol • SITXFSA001 | Use hygienic practices for food safety

Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) • SITHFAB002 | Provide responsible service of alcohol

World of Bartending • SITHFAB001 | Clean and tidy bar areas • SITHFAB002 | Provide responsible service of alcohol • SITXFSA001 | Use hygienic practices for food safety

Literacy and Numeracy Prepare to Drive – Obtain Your Learner's Permit • FSKRDG08 | Read and respond to routine visual and graphic texts

• MEM05020C | Perform advanced welding using gas tungsten arc welding process

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) – Basic • MEM05049B | Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) – Intermediate • MEM05019D | Weld using gas tungsten arc welding process

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) – Advanced • MEM05018C | Perform advanced welding using gas metal arc welding process

Metro Accreditation Units

Structured and Coaxial Cabling and Optical Fibre Endorsement

Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMAW) – Basic • MEM05020C | Perform advanced welding using gas tungsten arc welding process

Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMAW) – Intermediate • MEM05019D | Weld using gas tungsten arc welding process

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Manual Metal Arc Welding (MMAW) – Advanced • MEM05016C | Perform advanced welding using manual metal arc welding process

Mining, Geoscience, Oil and Gas Work Zone Traffic Management • RIIWHS205D | Control traffic with stop-slow bat • RIIWHS302D | Implement traffic management plan

Workplace Training Address Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Skills (TAELLN411) – Upgrade Unit • TAELLN411 | Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skills

Assessment Activities and Processes and Validation (TAEASS403 and TAEASS401) – Upgrade Units • TAEASS401 | Plan assessment activities and processes • TAEASS403 | Participate in assessment validation

Design and Develop Assessment Tools (TAEASS502) – Upgrade Unit • TAEASS502 | Design and develop assessment tools

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Got an idea for a short course? Get in touch at shortcourses@tafesa.edu.au. We’d love to hear from you.

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Regional Courses

Live or work in regional SA? TAFE SA delivers short courses at our regionally based campuses, as well as local town halls and community centres.

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Adelaide Hills and Murray Bridge

Adelaide Hills and Murray Bridge

First Aid

Children’s Education and Care

Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)*

Anyone working with or providing services for children in South Australia is a mandated notifier. This course provides information pertaining to Section 11 of the Children's Protection Act 1993 and the associated obligations as a mandated notifier. This course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn about the signs of possible child abuse and neglect and to find out what could be done to support children and families. Location: TAFE SA Mount Barker Date: Mon 27 Aug 2018 Location: TAFE SA Murray Bridge Date: Fri 7 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

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Digital Literacy Intermediate Excel 2016 You understand the basics but now it’s time to take your skills to the next level. Expand your knowledge of Microsoft Excel and discover how to create more productive and dynamic workbooks. Learn how to create more complex formulas and functions, use popular and common worksheet functions, perform calculations, work with tables and enhance charts. Location: TAFE SA Murray Bridge Date: Fri 17 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

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Location: TAFE SA Mount Barker Date: Wed 25 Jul 2018, Wed 12 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Murray Bridge Date: Fri 6 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:00am–12:00pm) Cost: $55.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Provide First Aid* Provide First Aid (formerly Apply First Aid or Senior First Aid) is a comprehensive first aid course suitable for everyday emergency situations. This course is suitable for a senior first aider or person looking to gain skills in managing an unconscious patient, performing CPR, treating burns, wounds and bleeding, assisting someone who is choking, handling medical emergencies such as chest pain, asthma or anaphylaxis, reacting appropriately to someone who is in shock, and treating fractures and head, neck and spinal injuries. A first aid qualification should be renewed every three years. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Mount Barker Date: Wed 25 Jul 2018, Wed 12 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Murray Bridge Date: Fri 6 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $155.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details.

AS

GI

SO Starting out

AS Additional skills

Regional Short Courses

Child Safe Environments

Be prepared to save someone’s life in an emergency situation. In this course you will gain the necessary skills to maintain breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant following cardiac arrest. Learn from current paramedics and gain insight into dealing with emergency situations. It is recommended that CPR training is re-certified annually.

GI General interest

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Adelaide Hills and Murray Bridge

Hospitality Intensive Espresso Coffee Making* During this intensive course you will learn to make the perfect espresso coffee with our passionate and qualified lecturers who will inspire you to make coffee with enthusiasm and confidence. This course is suitable for those working in or looking to start their career in the hospitality industry. Location: TAFE SA Mount Barker Date: Thu 6 Sep – Fri 14 Sep 2018 Duration: 4 days x 6.5 hours (Thursdays and Fridays 9:30am–4:00pm) Cost: $335.00 SO

AS

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details.

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Intensive World of Bartending* During this intensive four-day course you will be taken through every aspect of the bartending profession. Learn essential skills required to work in the industry from experienced and qualified bartenders and gain your responsible service of alcohol (RSA) accreditation. This course is suitable for those working in or looking to start their career in the hospitality industry. Location: TAFE SA Mount Barker Date: Thu 9 Aug – Fri 17 Aug 2018 Duration: 4 days x 8 hours (Thursdays and Fridays 9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $450.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s) SO

AS

GI


Adelaide Hills and Murray Bridge Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA)* This course is a legal requirement for all hospitality staff and essential for all personnel involved in the sale and supply of liquor. To ensure your qualification is valid in South Australia, this short course will be delivered in a blended method of online and in person. The theory component of the course must be completed online, with the assessment requiring your participation at a recognised TAFE SA campus. This course is suitable for those working in or looking to start their career in the hospitality industry. Location: TAFE SA Mount Barker Date: Thu 9 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:30am–3:30pm) Cost: $110.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

Literacy and Numeracy

Workplace Training Skills for Competency-Based Assessment and Training* Are you looking to obtain the competencies to assess according to Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) requirements? This course covers performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan and organise the assessment process, including recognition of prior learning (RPL), in a competency-based assessment system. It also includes the development of simple assessment instruments. You will gain the skills and knowledge required to assess the competence of a candidate and to participate in an assessment validation process. Location: TAFE SA Murray Bridge Date: Thu 6 Sep 2018 – Fri 2 Nov 2018 Duration: 8 days x 7 hours (Thursdays and Fridays 9:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $680.00‡ AS

Prepare to Drive – Obtain Your Learner's Permit* Looking to get your Learner’s Permit? This short course will prepare you with the skills and knowledge to obtain your Learner’s Permit quickly and reduce your stress levels. This course is suitable for individuals who require support in reading and responding to visual and graphic texts. Instead of completing the Learner’s Permit test with Service SA, you will complete your assessment with TAFE SA. Location: TAFE SA Mount Barker Date: Tue 3 Jul 2018, Tue 4 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (10:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $30.00‡ This course is also offered in metro location(s).

Regional Short Courses

GI

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details. ‡ State Government funding subsidies apply for this course. Students must meet eligibility criteria. Visit the website for details.

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Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley

Conservation and Land Management

Agriculture

Chainsaw Operation and Maintenance*

Chemical Card*

Learn practical skills to operate and maintain a chainsaw. This short course will provide you with the training to operate and maintain a chainsaw when cross cutting fallen timber.

If you are applying pesticides or using agricultural chemicals in your business, this course will provide you with the skills and knowledge to prepare, apply, transport, handle and store chemicals. This course covers legislation, reading and understanding product labels, farm chemical formulations, personal safety, environmental safety, record keeping, risk assessment, integrated pest management and equipment calibration. To undertake this course you must be able to read and interpret information on chemical labels and have a basic understanding of mathematics. To maintain current accreditation, re-accreditation is required every five years. Location: TAFE SA Barossa Valley Date: Mon 9 Jul 2018 – Wed 11 Jul 2018 Duration: 3 days x 7 hours (Mon to Wed 9:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $380.00 SO

AS

Location: TAFE SA Barossa Valley Date: Thu 12 Jul – Fri 13 Jul 2018 Duration: 2 days x 8 hours (Thu and Fri 8:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $320.00 SO

GI

First Aid Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)* Be prepared to save someone’s life in an emergency situation. In this course you will gain the necessary skills to maintain breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant following cardiac arrest. Learn from current paramedics and gain insight into dealing with emergency situations. It is recommended that CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Barossa Valley Date: Wed 12 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:00am–12:00pm) Cost: $55.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s).

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details.

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AS

GI


Barossa Valley

Provide First Aid (formerly Apply First Aid or Senior First Aid) is a comprehensive first aid course suitable for everyday emergency situations. This course is suitable for a senior first aider or person looking to gain skills in managing an unconscious patient, performing CPR, treating burns, wounds and bleeding, assisting someone who is choking, handling medical emergencies such as chest pain, asthma or anaphylaxis, reacting appropriately to someone who is in shock, and treating fractures and head, neck and spinal injuries. A first aid qualification should be renewed every three years. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Barossa Valley Date: Wed 12 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $155.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Management Contractor's Licensing Unit – Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements for Small Business* This short course is designed to help builders, plumbers, electricians, painters, landscapers, gas fitters and general tradies to obtain their contractor’s licence. Meet Office of Consumer and Business Services requirements and gain a broad overview of legal and administrative requirements affecting the operation of a small business. Both contractor’s licence short courses (Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements of Small Business and Plan Small Business Finances) must be completed to obtain your contractor’s licence. Location: TAFE SA Barossa Valley Date: Mon 30 Jul 2018 – Mon 20 Aug 2018 Duration: 4 weeks x 3 hours (Mondays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $450.00† This course is also available online. AS

Contractor's Licensing Unit – Plan Small Business Finances* This short course is designed to help builders, plumbers, electricians, painters, landscapers, gas fitters and general tradies to obtain their contractor's licence. Meet Office of Consumer and Business Services requirements and gain the necessary skills to project profits and develop financial plans for your own business or intended business. This includes understanding different industry costs and how to ensure full recovery of costs in your pricing strategy, breakeven analysis and profit projection, equity and loan capital, assets, working capital and the cash-flow cycle. Both contractor's licence short courses (Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements of Small Business and Plan Small Business Finances) must be completed to obtain your contractor's licence. Location: TAFE SA Barossa Valley Date: Mon 27 Aug 2018 – Mon 17 Sep 2018 Duration: 4 weeks x 3 hours (Mondays 5:30pm–8:30pm) Cost: $450.00† This course is also available in metro location(s) and online. AS

Wine and Viticulture WSET Level 3 Award in Wines This intensive course provides detailed analysis of the principle of wines of the world. You will benefit from in-depth tastings and learn to identify product style and quality. This course assumes prior tasting experience and some international wine knowledge. Basic concepts are not covered at this level. Location: TAFE SA Barossa Valley Date: Mon 6 Aug – Mon 24 Sep 2018 | Exam Mon 15 Oct 2018 Duration: 9 weeks x 5 hours (Mondays 10.00am–3.00pm) Cost: $1,560.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). AS

Regional Short Courses

Provide First Aid*

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details. † Concession may be available to CITB members. Eligibility criteria apply. You must be a member at time of enrolment. Visit the website for details.

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Berri and Riverland

Workplace Training

Children’s Education and Care

Skills for Competency-Based Assessment and Training*

Child Safe Environments

This course is for individuals wishing to obtain the competencies to assess in line with Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) requirements. Whether you are currently a trainer or assessor, or just starting out in the industry, this course will help you obtain the necessary skills to deliver non-accredited training or work with other trainers in delivering nationally recognised training. Location: TAFE SA Barossa Valley Date: Thu 16 Aug 2018 – Fri 28 Sep 2018 Duration: 8 days x 7 hours (Thursdays and Fridays 9:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $680.00‡ AS

Anyone working with or providing services for children in South Australia is a mandated notifier. This course provides information pertaining to Section 11 of the Children's Protection Act 1993 and the associated obligations as a mandated notifier. This course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn about the signs of possible child abuse and neglect and to find out what could be done to support children and families. Location: TAFE SA Berri Date: Tue 18 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

Literacy and Numeracy

Berri and Riverland Agriculture Pest Management Technician Endorsed for Control of Vertebrate Pest* This course provides the necessary accreditation for persons wanting to be endorsed in the control of vertebrate pests. The course will cover a range of topics including an overview of vertebrate pests in Australia, animal biology and behaviour, trapping and control techniques, safe handling, legislation, signage, and much more. Location: Off-site location: Calperum Station Date: Mon 10 Sep – Fri 14 Sep 2018 Duration: 5 days x 7 hours (Mon to Fri 9.00am–4.00pm) Cost: $1,200.00^ SO

AS

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details. ^You will be required to bring/purchase some materials for this course. Visit the website for details. ‡ State Government funding subsidies apply for this course. Students must meet eligibility criteria. Visit the website for details.

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Prepare to Drive – Obtain Your Learner's Permit* Looking to get your Learner’s Permit? This short course will prepare you with the skills and knowledge to obtain your Learner’s Permit quickly and reduce your stress levels. This course is suitable for individuals who require support in reading and responding to visual and graphic texts. Instead of completing the Learner’s Permit test with Service SA, you will complete your assessment with TAFE SA. Location: TAFE SA Berri Date: Tue 28 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (10:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $30.00‡ This course is also offered in metro location(s). GI


Eyre Peninsula

Ceduna, Cleve, Cummins, Kimba, Port Lincoln, Streaky Bay, Whyalla, Wudinna

Children's Education and Care Child Safe Environments Anyone working with or providing services for children in South Australia is a mandated notifier. This course provides information pertaining to Section 11 of the Children's Protection Act 1993 and the associated obligations as a mandated notifier. This course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn about the signs of possible child abuse and neglect and to find out what could be done to support children and families. Location: TAFE SA Ceduna Date: Wed 12 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Whyalla Date: Fri 3 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

Nurturing Children's Creativity Learn how to support children’s creative thinking and expression and discover how creativity links to the frameworks and curriculum in early childhood service environments. This course has been designed for staff working in early childhood services (birth to five years). Location: TAFE SA Whyalla Date: Wed 11 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (10:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $130.00 AS

Digital Literacy Advanced Excel 2016 If you use Excel for study or work, you’ll want to know how to perform advanced data operations. From formatting styles, data consolidations, filters and advanced pivot table techniques, to macros, keyboard shortcuts and cell references, you'll acquire the skills you need to use Excel to your advantage.

Regional Short Courses

Eyre Peninsula

Location: TAFE SA Port Lincoln Date: Fri 3 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

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Eyre Peninsula Advanced Word 2016 Become a Microsoft Word pro with this comprehensive and hands-on course. Master the advanced features of Word such as working with multiple documents, formatting tables, applying indents, making hard and soft returns, using mail merge, making labels, tracking changes and running macros. Location: TAFE SA Port Lincoln Date: Fri 24 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Intermediate Excel 2016 You understand the basics but now it’s time to take your skills to the next level. Expand your knowledge of Microsoft Excel and discover how to create more productive and dynamic workbooks. Learn how to create more complex formulas and functions, use popular and common worksheet functions, perform calculations, work with tables and enhance charts. Location: TAFE SA Whyalla Date: Mon 27 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

First Aid Provide First Aid* Provide First Aid (formerly Apply First Aid or Senior First Aid) is a comprehensive first aid course suitable for everyday emergency situations. This course is suitable for a senior first aider or person looking to gain skills in managing an unconscious patient, performing CPR, treating burns, wounds and bleeding, assisting someone who is choking, handling medical emergencies such as chest pain, asthma or anaphylaxis, reacting appropriately to someone who is in shock, and treating fractures and head, neck and spinal injuries. A first aid qualification should be renewed every three years. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Ceduna Date: Fri 24 Aug 2018 Location: TAFE SA Cleve Date: Wed 5 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Kimba Date: Mon 9 Jul 2018 Location: TAFE SA Port Lincoln Date: Mon 20 Aug 2018 Location: TAFE SA Whyalla Date: Wed 18 Jul, Wed 26 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Wudinna Date: Mon 17 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $155.00 SO

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details.

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AS

GI


Far North

Learn from current paramedics and gain insight into dealing with emergency situations. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant following cardiac arrest. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Ceduna Date: Fri 24 Aug 2018 Location: TAFE SA Cleve Date: Wed 5 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Kimba Date: Mon 9 Jul 2018 Location: TAFE SA Port Lincoln Date: Mon 20 Aug 2018 Location: TAFE SA Whyalla Date: Wed 18 Jul, Wed 26 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Wudinna Date: Mon 17 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:00am–12:00pm) Cost: $55.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Workplace Training Skills for Competency-Based Assessment and Training* This course is for individuals wishing to obtain the competencies to assess in line with Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) requirements. Whether you are currently a trainer or assessor, or just starting out in the industry, this course will help you obtain the necessary skills to deliver non-accredited training or work with other trainers in delivering nationally recognised training. Location: TAFE SA Port Lincoln Date: Wed 5 Sep 2018 – Thu 1 Nov 2018 Duration: 8 days x 7 hours (Wednesdays and Thursdays 9:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $680.00‡ AS

Far North

Coober Pedy, Port Augusta, Roxby Downs

First Aid Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)* Be prepared to save someone’s life in an emergency situation. In this course you will gain the necessary skills to maintain breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant following cardiac arrest. Learn from current paramedics and gain insight into dealing with emergency situations. It is recommended that CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Coober Pedy Date: Tue 11 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Port Augusta Date: Mon 27 Aug 2018 Location: TAFE SA Roxby Downs Date: Fri 28 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:00am–12:00pm) Cost: $55.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Provide First Aid* Provide First Aid (formerly Apply First Aid or Senior First Aid) is a comprehensive first aid course suitable for everyday emergency situations. This course is suitable for a senior first aider or person looking to gain skills in managing an unconscious patient, performing CPR, treating burns, wounds and bleeding, assisting someone who is choking, handling medical emergencies such as chest pain, asthma or anaphylaxis, reacting appropriately to someone who is in shock, and treating fractures and head, neck and spinal injuries. A first aid qualification should be renewed every three years. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Coober Pedy Date: Tue 11 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Port Augusta Date: Mon 27 Aug 2018 Location: TAFE SA Roxby Downs Date: Fri 28 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $155.00

Regional Short Courses

Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)*

This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details. ‡ State Government funding subsidies apply for this course. Students must meet eligibility criteria. Visit the website for details.

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Fleurieu Peninsula

Literacy and Numeracy Prepare to Drive – Obtain Your Learner's Permit* Looking to get your Learner’s Permit? This short course will prepare you with the skills and knowledge to obtain your Learner’s Permit quickly and reduce your stress levels. This course is suitable for individuals who require support in reading and responding to visual and graphic texts. Instead of completing the Learner’s Permit test with Service SA, you will complete your assessment with TAFE SA. Location: TAFE SA Port Augusta Date: Tue 7 Aug 2018, Wed 19 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (10:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $30.00‡ This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Workplace Training

Fleurieu Peninsula

McLaren Vale, Victor Harbor, Yankalilla

Children’s Education and Care Child Safe Environments Anyone working with or providing services for children in South Australia is a mandated notifier. This course provides information pertaining to Section 11 of the Children's Protection Act 1993 and the associated obligations as a mandated notifier. This course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn about the signs of possible child abuse and neglect and to find out what could be done to support children and families. Location: TAFE SA Victor Harbor Date: Fri 21 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:30am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

Skills for Competency-Based Assessment and Training* This course is for individuals wishing to obtain the competencies to assess in line with Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) requirements. Whether you are currently a trainer or assessor, or just starting out in the industry, this course will help you obtain the necessary skills to deliver non-accredited training or work with other trainers in delivering nationally recognised training. Location: TAFE SA Port Augusta Date: Tue 14 Aug 2018 – Wed 26 Sep 2018 Duration: 8 days x 7 hours (Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $680.00‡ AS

‡ State Government funding subsidies apply for this course. Students must meet eligibility criteria. Visit the website for details.

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GI

First Aid Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)* Learn from current paramedics and gain insight into dealing with emergency situations. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant following cardiac arrest. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Victor Harbor Date: Wed 4 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:00am–12:00pm) Cost: $55.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details.

AS

AS

GI


Fleurieu Peninsula

Provide First Aid (formerly Apply First Aid or Senior First Aid) is a comprehensive first aid course suitable for everyday emergency situations. This course is suitable for a senior first aider or person looking to gain skills in managing an unconscious patient, performing CPR, treating burns, wounds and bleeding, assisting someone who is choking, handling medical emergencies such as chest pain, asthma or anaphylaxis, reacting appropriately to someone who is in shock, and treating fractures and head, neck and spinal injuries. A first aid qualification should be renewed every three years. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Victor Harbor Date: Wed 4 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $155.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Literacy and Numeracy Prepare to Drive – Obtain Your Learner's Permit* Looking to get your Learner’s Permit? This short course will prepare you with the skills and knowledge to obtain your Learner’s Permit quickly and reduce your stress levels. This course is suitable for individuals who require support in reading and responding to visual and graphic texts. Instead of completing the Learner’s Permit test with Service SA, you will complete your assessment with TAFE SA. Location: TAFE SA Victor Harbor Date: Tue 14 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (10:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $30.00‡ This course is also offered in metro location(s). GI

Wine and Viticulture WSET Level 2 Award in Wine and Spirits Do you work in the wine and spirits industry and want to gain excellent all-round product knowledge? This beginner-tointermediate course explores the major grape varieties and regions of the world, including the different styles of wines produced from these grapes and key classifications and labelling terms. The course will also provide an overview of the key categories of spirits and liqueurs.

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details. ‡ State Government funding subsidies apply for this course. Students must meet eligibility criteria. Visit the website for details.

Regional Short Courses

Provide First Aid*

Location: McLaren Vale (off-site location TBA) Date: Wed 29 Aug – Wed 24 Oct 2018 Duration: 8 weeks x 3 hours (Wednesdays 6:00pm–9:00pm + 1 hour exam 24 Oct 2018) Cost: $920.00 SO

AS

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Kangaroo Island WSET Level 3 Award in Wines Do you consider yourself a wine connoisseur? Are you looking to enhance your knowledge of wine and gain your level three in WSET? This intensive course will provide you with detailed analysis of wine and wine principles, with in-depth tastings to help you learn how to identify product style and quality. To undertake this course, you must have completed the WSET level two course or have equivalent industry experience/ knowledge. This course also assumes prior tasting experience and some international wine knowledge. Basic concepts will not be covered at this level. Location: McLaren Vale (off-site location TBA) Date: Tue 24 Jul – Tue 27 Nov 2018 | Exam Tue 27 Nov 2018 Duration: 16 weeks x 3 hours (Tuesdays 6.00pm–9.00pm) Cost: $1,560.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). AS

Kangaroo Island First Aid Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)* Be prepared to save someone’s life in an emergency situation. In this course you will gain the necessary skills to maintain breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant following cardiac arrest. Learn from current paramedics and gain insight into dealing with emergency situations. It is recommended that CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: Aurora Ozone Hotel, Kingscote Date: Thu 23 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:00am–12:00pm) Cost: $55.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Provide First Aid* Provide First Aid (formerly Apply First Aid or Senior First Aid) is a comprehensive first aid course suitable for everyday emergency situations. This course is suitable for a senior first aider or person looking to gain skills in managing an unconscious patient, performing CPR, treating burns, wounds and bleeding, assisting someone who is choking, handling medical emergencies such as chest pain, asthma or anaphylaxis, reacting appropriately to someone who is in shock, and treating fractures and head, neck and spinal injuries. A first aid qualification should be renewed every three years. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: Aurora Ozone Hotel, Kingscote Date: Thu 23 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $155.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details.

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GI


Mount Gambier

Workplace Training

Children's Education and Care

Design and Develop Assessment Tools (TAEASS502) – Upgrade Unit*

Child Safe Environments

Are you a vocational trainer or assessor looking to develop your skills and knowledge in designing and developing assessment tools, including tools used in formative, summative and recognition of prior learning (RPL) assessment? By completing this course, you will comply with the Standards for registered training organisations (RTOs) 2015 – a requirement for all trainers and assessors who deliver VET-accredited training. To undertake this course you must meet the prerequisites listed on the website. Location: Kangaroo Island (location TBC) Date: Mon 17 Sep 2018 – Thu 11 Oct 2018 Duration: 3 days x 7 hours (Mon 17 Sep to Tue 18 Sep + Thu 11 Oct 9:30am–4:00pm) Cost: $450.00‡

Anyone working with or providing services for children in South Australia is a mandated notifier. This course provides information pertaining to Section 11 of the Children's Protection Act 1993 and the associated obligations as a mandated notifier. This course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn about the signs of possible child abuse and neglect and to find out what could be done to support children and families. Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Wed 8 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

This course is also available in metro location(s). AS

GI

Responding to Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care (RAN-EC) Training

This course provides safety training for all persons who work at heights. The course covers general safety obligations, workplace responsibilities, personal fall protection, ladder safety and more.

This training meets one of the requirements for teacher registration in South Australia and is a condition of employment in school children’s services settings. The training provides those working in education and care environments with an understanding of the underlying factors of child abuse and neglect and their impact on children’s development and wellbeing. In this course you will learn how you can help to prevent and lessen the impact of abuse and neglect through your daily work and how and when to make a notification of suspected child abuse and/or neglect. The course has been developed through collaboration between the Department of Education and Child Development, Catholic Education SA, and the Association of Independent Schools of SA.

Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Mon 30 Jul 2018, Mon 27 Aug 2018, Mon 24 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (8.30am–4.00pm) Cost: $155.00†

Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Thu 13 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00

Mount Gambier Building Trades Work Safely at Heights*

AS

This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

Regional Short Courses

SO

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details. † Concession may be available to CITB members. Eligibility criteria apply. You must be a member at time of enrolment. Visit the website for details. ‡ State Government funding subsidies apply for this course. Students must meet eligibility criteria. Visit the website for details.

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Mount Gambier

Digital Literacy

Electrical and Renewable Energy

Basic Excel 2016

Low Voltage Rescue and Resuscitation (LVR/CPR)*

We understand that spreadsheets can look daunting, but don’t feel discouraged. We’ve created this hands-on and comprehensive course to help you get to know Microsoft Excel 2016 so you can feel confident in creating and working with spreadsheets. With the help of our lecturer, you will learn how to create workbooks, sort and filter data, work with formulas, and design and enhance worksheets.

Be prepared to provide rescue and resuscitation to a person who has stopped breathing or is unconscious due to electrical shock. Gain skills in managing the danger of accidental electrocution and learn more about WH&S requirements, expectations of a safety observer, and use of a low voltage rescue kit. On completion of the course, you will be issued with a licence card which will be valid for 12 months from its date of issue.

Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Thu 2 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

Intermediate Excel 2016

Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Tue 3 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3.5 hours (12:00pm–3:30pm) Cost: $140.00†

You understand the basics but now it’s time to take your skills to the next level. Expand your knowledge of Microsoft Excel and discover how to create more productive and dynamic workbooks.

This course is also offered in metro location(s).

Learn how to create more complex formulas and functions, use popular and common worksheet functions, perform calculations, work with tables and enhance charts.

Low Voltage Rescue and Resuscitation – Refresher*

Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Thu 30 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Outlook 2016 Learn how to use Outlook 2016 and gain the skills and knowledge to manage emails, Outlook Calendar, and task and notes functions. This course will cover effective email management, automating tasks using Quick Steps, sharing your calendar with others, and much more. Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Thu 16 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:00am–3:45pm) Cost: $199.00 SO

AS

GI

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details. † Concession may be available to CITB members. Eligibility criteria apply. You must be a member at time of enrolment. Visit the website for details.

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Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Tue 3 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3.5 hours (8:30am–12:00pm) Cost: $140.00†

AS

Do you need to refresh your skills in providing rescue and resuscitation to a person who has stopped breathing or is unconscious due to electrical shock? Keep your WH&S, safety observer, and low voltage rescue kit knowledge up to date. On completion of the course, you will be issued with a licence card which will be valid for 12 months from its date of issue. To undertake this course you must have completed the full four-hour Low Voltage Rescue and Resuscitation course. Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Tue 3 Jul 2018 Duration: 1 day x 2 hours (8:30am–10:30pm) Cost: $100.00† AS


Mount Gambier

First Aid

Workplace Training

Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)*

Skills for Competency-Based Assessment and Training*

Learn from current paramedics and gain insight into dealing with emergency situations. This course will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant following cardiac arrest. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Wed 22 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:00am–12:00pm) Cost: $55.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Provide First Aid* Provide First Aid (formerly Apply First Aid or Senior First Aid) is a comprehensive first aid course suitable for everyday emergency situations. This course is suitable for a senior first aider or person looking to gain skills in managing an unconscious patient, performing CPR, treating burns, wounds and bleeding, assisting someone who is choking, handling medical emergencies such as chest pain, asthma or anaphylaxis, reacting appropriately to someone who is in shock, and treating fractures and head, neck and spinal injuries. A first aid qualification should be renewed every three years. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually.

Are you looking to obtain the competencies to assess according to Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF) requirements? This course covers performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan and organise the assessment process, including recognition of prior learning (RPL), in a competency-based assessment system. It also includes the development of simple assessment instruments. You will gain the skills and knowledge required to assess the competence of a candidate and to participate in an assessment validation process. Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Thu 27 Sep 2018 – Fri 23 Nov 2018 Duration: 8 days x 7 hours (Thursdays and Fridays 9:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $680.00‡ AS

Location: TAFE SA Mount Gambier Date: Wed 22 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $155.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). AS

GI

Regional Short Courses

SO

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details. ‡ State Government funding subsidies apply for this course. Students must meet eligibility criteria. Visit the website for details.

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Yorke Peninsula and Mid-North

Yorke Peninsula and Mid-North Clare, Kadina, Port Pirie

Anyone working with or providing services for children in South Australia is a mandated notifier. This course provides information pertaining to Section 11 of the Children's Protection Act 1993 and the associated obligations as a mandated notifier. This course is suitable for anyone who would like to learn about the signs of possible child abuse and neglect and to find out what could be done to support children and families.

This training meets one of the requirements for teacher registration in South Australia and is a condition of employment in school children’s services settings. The training provides those working in education and care environments with an understanding of the underlying factors of child abuse and neglect and their impact on children’s development and wellbeing. In this course you will learn how you can help to prevent and lessen the impact of abuse and neglect through your daily work and how and when to make a notification of suspected child abuse and/or neglect. The course has been developed through collaboration between the Department of Education and Child Development, Catholic Education SA, and the Association of Independent Schools of SA.

Location: TAFE SA Port Pirie Date: Mon 3 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 7 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00

Location: TAFE SA Port Pirie Date: Fri 3 Aug 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $125.00

This course is also offered in metro location(s).

This course is also offered in metro location(s).

Children's Education and Care Child Safe Environments

SO

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Responding to Abuse and Neglect – Education and Care (RAN-EC) Training

AS

SO

AS


Yorke Peninsula and Mid-North

First Aid

Literacy and Numeracy

Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)*

Prepare to Drive – Obtain Your Learner's Permit*

Be prepared to save someone’s life in an emergency situation. In this course you will gain the necessary skills to maintain breathing and circulation in an adult, child or infant following cardiac arrest. Learn from current paramedics and gain insight into dealing with emergency situations. It is recommended that CPR training is re-certified annually.

Looking to get your Learner’s Permit? This short course will prepare you with the skills and knowledge to obtain your Learner’s Permit quickly and reduce your stress levels. This course is suitable for individuals who require support in reading and responding to visual and graphic texts. Instead of completing the Learner’s Permit test with Service SA, you will complete your assessment with TAFE SA.

This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Provide First Aid* Provide First Aid (formerly Apply First Aid or Senior First Aid) is a comprehensive first aid course suitable for everyday emergency situations. This course is suitable for a senior first aider or person looking to gain skills in managing an unconscious patient, performing CPR, treating burns, wounds and bleeding, assisting someone who is choking, handling medical emergencies such as chest pain, asthma or anaphylaxis, reacting appropriately to someone who is in shock, and treating fractures and head, neck and spinal injuries. A first aid qualification should be renewed every three years. It is recommended that the CPR training is re-certified annually. Location: TAFE SA Port Pirie Date: Fri 6 Jul 2018, Fri 14 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 8 hours (9:00am–5:00pm) Cost: $155.00 This course is also offered in metro location(s). SO

AS

GI

Location: Peterborough Learning Centre, Peterborough Date: Wed 25 Jul 2018, Wed 22 Aug 2018, Thu 20 Sep 2018 Location: TAFE SA Port Pirie Date: Wed 25 Jul 2018, Wed 22 Aug 2018, Thu 20 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 6 hours (10:00am–4:00pm) Cost: $30.00‡ This course is also offered in metro location(s). GI

Management Contractor's Licensing Unit – Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements for Small Business* This short course is designed to help builders, plumbers, electricians, painters, landscapers, gas fitters and general tradies obtain their contractor's licence. Meet Office of Consumer and Business Services requirements and gain a broad overview of legal and administrative requirements affecting the operation of a small business. Both contractor's licence short courses (Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements of Small Business and Plan Small Business Finances) must be completed to obtain your Contractor's Licence. Location: TAFE SA Kadina Date: Sat 11 Aug – Sun 12 Aug 2018 Duration: 2 days x 7 hours (Sat and Sun 8:30am–3:30pm) Cost: $450.00† This course is also offered in metro location(s) and online. SO

AS

Regional Short Courses

Location: TAFE SA Port Pirie Date: Fri 6 Jul, Fri 14 Sep 2018 Duration: 1 day x 3 hours (9:00am–12:00pm) Cost: $55.00

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details. † Concession may be available to CITB members. Eligibility criteria apply. You must be a member at time of enrolment. Visit the website for details. ‡ State Government funding subsidies apply for this course. Students must meet eligibility criteria. Visit the website for details.

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Yorke Peninsula and Mid-North Contractor's Licensing Unit – Plan Small Business Finances* This short course is designed to help builders, plumbers, electricians, painters, landscapers, gas fitters and general tradies obtain their Contractors Licence. Meet Office of Consumer and Business Services requirements and gain the necessary skills to project profits and develop financial plans for your own business or intended business. This includes understanding different industry costs and how to ensure full recovery of costs in your pricing strategy, breakeven analysis and profit projection, equity and loan capital, assets, working capital and the cash-flow cycle. Both contractor's licence short courses (Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements of Small Business and Plan Small Business Finances) must be completed to obtain your contractor's licence. Location: TAFE SA Kadina Date: Sat 25 Aug – Sun 26 Aug 2018 Duration: 2 days x 7 hours (Sat and Sun 8:30am–3:30pm) Cost: $450.00† This course is also offered in metro location(s) and online. SO

AS

Labour Hire Licensing Unit – Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements for Small Business* From 1 September 2018 all labour hire providers must be licensed. If you have a labour hire business and provide workers to businesses or manage on-hire arrangements, then now is the time to organise your licensing. This short course will provide you with a broad overview of legal and administrative requirements affecting the operation of a small business, which will assist you in obtaining the relevant qualifications for a Labour Hire Licence. Location: TAFE SA Kadina Date: Sat 18 Aug – Sun 19 Aug 2018 Duration: 2 days x 7 hours (Sat and Sun 8:30am–3:30pm) Cost: $450.00 This short course is also delivered online. SO

AS

*This course has accredited units. Visit page 75 for accreditation details. † Concession may be available to CITB members. Eligibility criteria apply. You must be a member at time of enrolment. Visit the website for details.

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Regional Accreditation Units Agriculture

Intensive World of Bartending • SITHFAB001 | Clean and tidy bar areas • SITHFAB002 | Provide responsible service of alcohol • SITXFSA001 | Use hygienic practices for food safety

Chemical Card • AHCCHM303 | Prepare and apply chemicals • AHCCHM304 | Transport and store chemicals

Chainsaw Operation and Maintenance • AHCMOM213 | Operate and maintain chainsaws

Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) • SITHFAB002 | Provide responsible service of alcohol

Literacy and Numeracy Prepare to Drive – Obtain Your Learner's Permit

Pest Management Technician Endorsed for Control of Vertebrate Pest

• FSKRDG08 | Read and respond to routine visual and graphic texts

• AHCPMG307 | Apply animal trapping techniques • AHCFAU201 | Recognise fauna • AHCPMG306 | Determine pest control techniques • AHCPMG305 | Survey pests

Management

Building Trades

• BSBSMB401 | Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business

Work Safely at Heights • RIIWHS204D | Work safely at heights

Low Voltage Rescue and Resuscitation (LVR/CPR) • UETTDRRF06B | Perform rescue from a live LV panel • HLTAID001 | Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Contractor's Licensing Unit – Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements for Small Business

Contractor's Licensing Unit – Plan Small Business Finances • BSBSMB402 | Plan small business finances

Labour Hire Licensing Unit – Establish Legal and Risk Management Requirements for Small Business

Low Voltage Rescue and Resuscitation – Refresher*

• BSBSMB401 | Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business

• UETTDRRF06B | Perform rescue from a live LV panel • HLTAID001 | Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Workplace Training

First Aid Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Design and Develop Assessment Tools (TAEASS502) – Upgrade Unit • TAEASS502 | Design and develop assessment tools

• HLTAID001 | Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation

• HLTAID003 | Provide first aid

Hospitality Intensive Espresso Coffee Making • SITHFAB005 | Prepare and serve espresso coffee • SITXFSA001 | Use hygienic practices for food safety

• TAEASS401 | Plan assessment activities and processes • TAEASS402 | Assess competence • TAEASS403 | Participate in assessment validation • TAEDEL301 | Provide work skill instruction

Regional Accreditation Units

Provide First Aid

Skills for Competency-Based Assessment and Training

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Online/External Courses

Our online and external short courses give you the opportunity to learn at your own pace and in your own space*. The courses are designed to engage and stimulate you, with support from your lecturer and peers. *Some external courses may require you to visit a campus to complete some activities.

Building and Construction Building, Design and Drafting

Business and Marketing

Government, Property and Legal Policing Property

Accounting and Bookkeeping

Health and Lifestyle

Business and Administration

Nursing and Pathology

Finance Management Tax, BAS and ASIC

Community Services Children's Education and Care

Education and Languages Languages, Interpreting and Translating Library Studies Workplace Training

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Hospitality and Tourism Hospitality

Information Technology Digital Literacy IT Support Networking and Security Website Development

Primary Industries and Science Agriculture


Online/External Courses

Are you interested in running a short course? We’re always on the lookout for talented and experienced individuals to help run our short courses. If you are interested in becoming an Hourly Paid Instructor at TAFE SA please submit your resume or portfolio, along with a brief summary of the types of courses you may be interested in running to shortcourses@tafesa.edu.au. Please note that you must hold a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) to be eligible to run an accredited short course.

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Locations Metro

Regional

Adelaide 8207 8200 120 Currie Street, Adelaide, SA 5000

Adelaide Hills and Murray Bridge

Adelaide College of the Arts 8463 5000 39 Light Square, Adelaide, SA 5000 Elizabeth 8207 9700 2 Woodford Road, Elizabeth, SA 5112 Gilles Plains 8207 1100 33 Blacks Road, Gilles Plains, SA 5086 Noarlunga 8207 3900 Ramsay Place, Noarlunga Centre, Noarlunga Centre, SA 5168 Port Adelaide 8303 2656 1 Mundy Street, Port Adelaide, SA 5015 Regency 8348 4444 137 Days Road, Regency Park, SA 5010 Salisbury 8207 9800 16 Wiltshire Street, Salisbury, SA 5108 Tea Tree Gully 8207 8000 100 Smart Road, Modbury, SA 5092 Tonsley 8207 2800 1284 South Road, Clovelly Park, SA 5042 Urrbrae 8372 6800 505 Fullarton Road, Netherby, SA 5062

Mount Barker 8391 7333 3–5 Dumas Street, Mount Barker, SA 5251 Murray Bridge 8535 6555 Swanport Road, Murray Bridge, SA 5253

Barossa Valley Barossa (Nuriootpa) 8562 0500 Old Kapunda Road, Nuriootpa, SA 5355

Berri and Riverland Berri 8595 2600 36 Kay Avenue, Berri, SA 5343

Eyre Peninsula Ceduna 8628 7055 Decres Bay Road, Ceduna, SA 5690 Port Lincoln 8688 3600 2 London Street, Port Lincoln, SA 5606 Whyalla 8648 8788 141 Nicolson Avenue, Whyalla Norrie, SA 5608 Wudinna 8680 2212 Medley Terrace, Wudinna, SA 5652

Far North Coober Pedy 8678 9000 Hutchison Street, Coober Pedy, SA 5723 Port Augusta 8648 9922 9–39 Carlton Parade, Port Augusta, SA 5700 Roxby Downs 8671 9070 Richardson Place, Roxby Downs, SA 5725

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Fleurieu Peninsula Victor Harbor 8552 0222 19 George Main Road, Victor Harbor, SA 5211

Kangaroo Island Training on Kangaroo Island is delivered at community, industry and agricultural sites and supported with online training materials. TAFE SA also delivers training from a number of community facilities on Kangaroo Island including: Lions Club, Kingscote and Aurora Ozone Hotel.

Limestone Coast Mount Gambier 8735 1555 Wireless Road West, Mount Gambier, SA 5290 Naracoorte Training in the Naracoorte area is delivered at community, industry and agricultural sites and supported with online training materials. TAFE SA also delivers training from a number of community facilities in the Naracoorte area including: Naracoorte Town Hall, Lucindale Town Hall and Lucindale Council Offices.

Yorke Peninsula and Mid-North Clare Training in the Clare area is delivered at community, industry and agricultural sites and supported with online training materials. TAFE SA also delivers training from a number of community facilities in the Clare area including: Clare Town Hall and Burra Town Hall. Kadina 8821 0400 1A Doswell Terrace, Kadina, SA 5554

Narungga 8836 7282 Point Pearce (via Maitland), Point Pearce, SA 5573

Locations

Port Pirie 8638 4222 Mary Elie Street, Port Pirie, SA 5540

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Keep an eye out for new short courses added every week! And don’t forget to check out the courses starting later in the year too. 1800 882 661 tafesa.edu.au/shortcourses shortcourses@tafesa.edu.au If you are deaf, or have a hearing or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service www.relayservice.gov.au

Course details are accurate as at June 2018. Short course details are subject to change. Short courses may be cancelled and removed from the website for the following reasons: if minimum numbers are not met, if maximum numbers are reached, or due to other unforeseen circumstances. Please check the website for the most current short course details. RTO Code: 41026 | CRICOS Provider Code: 00092B | HEP Code: PRV14002

TAFE SA Short Course Guide  

Algo Más was approached by TAFE SA, to develop a comprehensive guide to the many short courses they offer. A major photoshoot was undertaken...

TAFE SA Short Course Guide  

Algo Más was approached by TAFE SA, to develop a comprehensive guide to the many short courses they offer. A major photoshoot was undertaken...

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