TAFE South Australia failed in quality audits in 16 random courses

TAFE South Australia failed in quality audits in 16 random courses
TAFE South Australia failed in quality audits in 16 random courses

TAFE South Australia, a leading aircraft maintenance training centre in Australia has failed in quality audits performed by Australian Skills Quality Authority.

The audits were done by selecting 16 random courses from TAFE SA, shockingly it failed in all these course audits.

It was confirmed that this institution has not provided importance to safety standard practices in their courses. This will affect its 2500 students as well.

According to Mr Vickie Chapman, South Australian deputy opposition leader said that this quality failure is not acceptable as it’s not like maintaining a bicycle, they supposed to fix aircrafts fly in the sky.

Now, all the aircraft maintenance engineers from TAFE SA has to redo their key course modules, until their licenses will be suspended.

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