There has never been a better time to jump into vocational training and learn a trade.
Robin O’Dea, manager regions with TAFE SA, said that there is strong demand for trade skills across a variety of professions in South Australia.
“Apprentices, trainees and anyone involved in a trade are currently highly sought after across many industries,” Mr O’Dea said.
“Major infrastructure projects, the submarines and future frigates, renewable energy construction and even just the ever-increasing calls for assistance from tradies, means that we need more people with trade qualifications.
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“Learning a trade with TAFE SA is a great way to kick-start your career.”
“Often you can achieve this by studying in your own regional area, with TAFE SA having workshops and training facilities across the state in all major regional centres.”
“Hands-on training from an apprenticeship at your local campus gives you a chance to put your skills into practice and you can earn while you learn.”
“There’s a wide range of apprenticeships and traineeships available, and with the flexibility to balance study and work, it provides a nationally recognised qualification, while also having a long-term career,” he said.