If you’re Aboriginal, dedicated services and support people can help you with information and advice on training and work.
Aboriginal Access Centres
The staff at Aboriginal Access Centre can help you work out what training or education you need to get the job you want to do. The Centres are based on TAFE campuses across South Australia. Aboriginal Access Centre team members have excellent understanding of vocational education and training. They can:
- work out what skills you have
- connect you with career and work information
- help you get into an apprenticeship or traineeship
- offer a mentor while you are doing your apprenticeship or traineeship
- help you get tickets and licences (driving, forklift, working at heights etc)
- help you get financial assistance for your study
- refer you to other services in the community and out in the regions.
There are Centres in metropolitan and regional areas, staffed with people who understand Aboriginal needs. They can help you personally to make sure you get the end result you want.
Call your nearest Aboriginal Access Centre.
Eyre & West Coast
|Oak Valley: phone Ceduna
Yorke Peninsula & North
Riverland and Limestone Coast
The Aboriginal Programs team can direct you to services for training and finding work.
Call 1800 627 849 for more information
Tauondi College is an Aboriginal Community College in Port Adelaide. It offers accredited and non-accredited courses including Art, Hospitality, Horticulture, Business, Information Technology, Disability Work and Community Services. Tauondi also offers Adult Community Education (ACE) programs including Job Preparation, Résumés, Drivers' Licence, Computing, Painting, Ceramics and Leadlighting.