TAFE SA News
Short courses - cooking courses at TAFE SA
Food presentation and the provision of optimum nutrition are just some of the subjects included in TAFE SA’s new short course which has been developed in response to industry needs to upskill aged care cooks and caterers.
TAFE SA introduces scholarship to support SA women looking for careers in wine!!
TAFE SA Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) and French wine scholar Gill Gordon-Smith says she had been inspired by the inaugural Australian Women in Wine Awards in 2015 to show support to other women keen to develop their career in the industry.
Interested in becoming a baker or pastry cook? Are you in SA?
Launch your career in baking - come along to this information session to find out more about a TAFE SA Bakery course and discuss your training options directly with the lecturer.
Travel & Tourism at TAFE SA
Jobs in travel and tourism are by nature found wherever tourists want to go. This includes major cities and attractions, as well as on modes of transport needed to take tourists to these destinations.
More on the menu in TAFE SA hospitality and cookery courses
TAFE SA’s hospitality and cookery training has a long history of serving up successful chefs, restaurant managers, sommeliers, head waiters and expert service staff across Australia and internationally.
Barossa icon congratulates course participants
Barossa icon Maggie Beer visited TAFE SA’s Barossa Campus on Wednesday to congratulate the participants of a pilot short course.
TAFE SA Women in Wine scholarship winners announced!
TAFE SA’s inaugural Women in Wine Scholarship winners were announced this week after attracting 35 entries from women forging careers in the traditionally male-dominated industry.