LOCAL graphic designer Chloe Rudd was awarded both the 2017 Apprentice of the Year and Print Communication industry award at a prestigious awards ceremony on Friday night.
AN explosive audit into TAFE SA has led to the suspension of over a dozen courses, including three local certificates, with over 60 Riverland students directly affected by the action.
A NUMBER of Riverland TAFE SA students face a nervous wait as the national regulator decides whether to revoke accreditation for several courses, from cookery to health.
The employment security of Riverland TAFE SA staff is being called into question, despite reassurances of the institution’s future by the State Government.
QUESTION marks remain over the security of local TAFE SA jobs following a revelation that the company will axe 578 full-time jobs across the state.
THE State Government has been slammed for replacing its Skills for All scheme with a training subsidy program that gives TAFE priority over private training providers.
ACADEMIC leaders from across the country met in the Riverland last Thursday to discuss rolling out the Chaffey Learning Exchange (CLX) – a world-class tertiary education network – in the region.
TAFE SA’s Aboriginal Access Centre at Berri Campus is offering new courses in art, business, civil construction and horticulture.