Innovation is a tradition at TAFE SA

Working with our growing list of industry partners, we are constantly updating our courses, facilities and methods of delivery. This approach means TAFE SA is well placed to help your organisation meet its challenges, now and in the future.

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Cyber security at TAFE SA gives you real world skills in different technologies, processes and practices designed to protect networks, computers, programs and data from cyber-attacks, damage and unauthorised access. 

One of the most challenging elements of cyber security is the rapid and constantly evolving nature of security risks, and their mitigation. Maintaining cybersecurity requires synchronised strength throughout an information system.

According to Forbes, the global cybersecurity market reached $75 billion for 2015 and is expected to hit $170 billion in 2020.

Cyber security covers:

  • Application security
  • Information security
  • Network security
  • Disaster recovery / business continuity planning
  • Operational security
  • End-user education

NurseSim

The award-winning NurseSim is the world’s first browser-based authorware for simulation-based nurse training.

It uses 3D animation and voice interaction to provide a virtual world of clinical scenarios for nursing trainees to practice and master, resulting in better skilled and more confident graduates.

NurseSim makes learning fun by allowing students to control the simulation using a mouse or touchscreen. Students are able to walk around a virtual hospital environment as well as inspect and rotate various objects throughout the training. This puts equipment handling and patient interaction at their fingertips.

Simulated Business

TAFE SA’s Simulated Business Community operates like a real business with products and brands developed, marketed and traded, but in a no-risk virtual economy where students in business administration, finance, marketing and procurement can gain critical workplace skills in a practical environment regardless of their location.


increased profit


Companies enjoy a 24% higher profit margin than those who spend less on training


ineffective training


The total loss to a business from ineffective training is a staggering $13.5 million per year per 1,000 employees


comprehensive training


Companies that offer comprehensive training programs have a 218% higher income per employee than companies without formalised training


workforce education


A 10% increase in workforce education level led to an 8.6% gain in total productivity, whereas the same increase in updated technology increased productivity has just 3.4% gain


full potential


74% felt that they weren't achieving their full potential at work due to lack of development opportunities


staff retention


40% of employees who received poor job training left within the first year

 

Randstad Key Stats on Australian workers:

  • 68% feel they need more training and/or education to stay up to date
  • 66% would like to get vocational training and 54% training in personal skills
  • 64% state job-related activities to upskill themselves are offered and paid for by their employer
    ‘Are you missing the boat?’
  • 59% believe that keeping themselves employable is the role of their employer
  • 82% agree that they need to keep learning in order to retain or increase their employability

“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest”
                                                              - Benjamin Franklin