Organisations

88 organisations found

  • tafe-sa

    TAFE SA

    TAFE SA is the largest provider of vocational education and training (VET) in South Australia delivering more than 1000 courses to an average of 80,000 students per year at our campuses across the State. TAFE SA offers training across more than 80 activity and industry-related areas with a wide range of quality courses and flexible study options to suit your personal needs. TAFE SA plays a major role in the development of South Australia’s future workforce with 90% of students employed or in further study after graduating and a further 92.2% were satisfied with our teaching (NCVER Student Outcomes Survey 2014, released December 2014). In building the State’s skill base, TAFE SA works with industry and business to deliver relevant, high-quality, vocational education and training to better link skills and training with job opportunities, ensuring sustainable employment within the state.

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  • tandanya-national-aboriginal-cultural-institute

    Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute

    Tandana is owned and managed by the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute Inc. It is Australia’s oldest Aboriginal-owned and managed multi-arts centre. In 2014, Tandanya celebrated 25 years of continuous operation since the institute was incorporated in 1989.

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  • teachers-registration-board-of-south-australia

    Teachers Registration Board of South Australia

    The Teachers Registration Board is established under the Teachers Registration and Standards Act 2004 (the Act) and the Teachers Registration and Standards Regulations 2016 (the Regulations) to regulate the teaching profession in South Australia.

    6 Datasets View Teachers Registration Board of South Australia
  • the-city-of-campbelltown

    The City of Campbelltown

    The City of Campbelltown is located in Adelaide's inner eastern suburbs - about 6 kilometres from the Adelaide GPO. The City is bounded by the River Torrens and the City of Tea Tree Gully in the north, the District of Adelaide Hills in the east, the City of Burnside in the south, the City of Norwood Payneham St Peters in the west and the City of Port Adelaide Enfield in the north-west. Campbelltown City Council has been operational for around 150 years, and serves an estimated population of 51,322.

    0 Datasets View The City of Campbelltown
  • unleashed2014

    Unleashed 2014 Industry and Community Data

    Non Government datasets provided by industry and the community for the Unleashed 2014 competition. Datasets provided by the University of Adelaide, The Public Health Information Development Unit, National Centre for Vocational Education Research, Internode, News Corp Australia and SA Community Connecting Up Australia.

    19 Datasets View Unleashed 2014 Industry and Community Data
  • wellbeing-sa

    Wellbeing SA

    Wellbeing SA was established as a new agency, attached to the Department for Health and Wellbeing, in January 2020. Wellbeing SA will work across the disease continuum, in primary, secondary and tertiary prevention to: • promote wellbeing and prevent risk factors in well people • identify people who have risk factors or an illness early so that it can be cured or best managed • ensure people who have an established disease receive the best care, close to their home and community

    6 Datasets View Wellbeing SA
  • windmill-theatre-company

    Windmill Theatre Co

    Windmill Theatre Co was established in 2002 as a children's performing arts company to produce, present, facilitate, manage and promote high quality performing arts productions and other arts activities for children, young people, families, schools and other groups or bodies, both within the State and nationally and internationally.

    8 Datasets View Windmill Theatre Co
  • zero-waste-sa

    Zero Waste SA - Inactive

    Zero Waste SA is a South Australian state government organisation which enables people to improve their recycling and waste avoidance practices, whether at home, at work or in industry. Note: Green Industries SA has replaced ZeroWaste SA.

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