Helping hand to map your future
CHOOL students and job seekers can get free vocational training career advice at the TAFE SA stands at the Tertiary Studies and Career Expo.
TAFE SA Adelaide North Institute managing director David Royle says the expo is a leading platform for school leavers, graduates and matureaged students seeking education and training opportunities.
‘‘TAFE SA offers literally hundreds of courses, study options and training pathways to universities and jobs across the whole state,’’ he says.
‘‘The expo gives you an environment to make an informed choice about your future. Our career counsellors and senior lecturers will be on hand to provide course information and career advice.’’
TAFE SA offers a range of trade and higher level qualifications.
Graduates are job-ready with practical knowledge and hands-on skills, with about 75 per cent finding employment after completing their training.
Rhiannon Kingate graduated with a TAFE SA Diploma of Event Management and is now the marketing as- sistant for the Clipsal 500 Adelaide. She believes her studies gave her the edge over other applicants in the employment market.
‘‘TAFE SA gave me many opportunities to gain the hands-on experience that confirmed for me that I’d chosen the right career and gave me the advantage over other people seeking to get into the industry,’’ she says.
TAFE SA is the largest provider of vocational education and training in South Australia, offering more than 800 courses across 48 campuses.
TAFE SA Diploma of Event Management graduate Rhiannon Kingate now works for the Clipsal 500.