Visitor Information

Entry to the Expo is FREE for ALL visitors!!

The SA Work & Skills Expo is a must for anyone interested in starting, changing or upgrading their career including - High school students and their parents, mature age and post graduate students, career seekers of ALL ages, employers looking for staff training and others.

The event offers a wealth of information for visitors including -

  • Access the latest careers, course study and employment options.
  • Advice on enrolment procedures.
  • Talk to local and national employers.
  • Opportunity to talk to admissions staff.
  • Meet with SA and interstate exhibitors.
  • Try a range of hands on activities at the foyer section.
  • Info on bursaries, scholarship and application procedures.
  • Compare courses from different providers
  • Students services, GAP and exchange programs
  • And a whole lot more!

For Schools, Students and Career Advisors:

Booking your school to attend is easy, just click button below and complete the form.

An information pack with promotional materials will be sent to schools in the region in Term 2, 2018. If you would like additional posters, bookmarks or electronic materials, please request a Promotional Material Request Form.

Plan your visit

Confused about your career pathway or study options? Don't know where to start? We can not make the decision for you, but we have developed some tools that could assist you with making those big decisions.

  • Student Worksheet - This document will give you an idea of the type of questions to ask exhibitors.
  • Check exhibitor listing and circle the exhibitors you definitely want to have a chat to. This listing contains a merge of exhibitors from both TSCEA and SA Work & Skills Expos.
  • Visit the Activity Area in the foyer - there will be a number of interactive displays to access.
  • In the foyer, you will find activities from the University of South Australia, The University of Adelaide, Flinders University and TAFE SA. Other exhibitors will have hands on activities on their stand.
  • Attend the event, go around and check out the different exhibitors and get all the information you need to make those important decisions! Good Luck!!