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Access all of your South Regional TAFE online study tools in the links below.

Please also take the time to explore the helpful instructions for getting yourself set up as a new student logging in for the first time, some handy guides to the key portals you will use as a student, and some guidance about how to make the most out of being an online student.

 

OneDrive for students being introduced in Term 2 (read more(opens in a new tab) ).

Getting started

Setting up your TAFE account(opens in a new tab)

How to login and have access to online tools.

Password help

Guide to setting your password(opens in a new tab) .

How to change or reset a password, including if it's expired.

How to study well online

  • Online study tips Getting started, staying motivated and engaging with your course.
  • Learning Resource Centre Access to the latest digital and print resources. Professional staff can help with research support.

Office 365

Login to Office 365(opens in a new tab)

Access your student email, Microsoft Home Office suite of applications including OneDrive.

More information about Office 365(opens in a new tab)

Student Portal

Login to Student Portal(opens in a new tab)

Once your Office 365 is set up you will be able to login to the Student Portal to access everything you need to manage your studies. 

Guide to setting up your portal.(opens in a new tab)

Blackboard

Login to Blackboard(opens in a new tab)

South Regional TAFE uses Blackboard as its online learning platform.

More information about Blackboard(opens in a new tab)

How to connect to Wi-Fi on campus

Free wireless internet is available at all SRTAFE campuses in accordance with the Conditions of Use. The connection details are:

  • Wireless network (SSID): SRTAFE
  • Username: Student ID or Staff ID
  • Password: Your TAFE Account password.

Follow the steps below to connect your device to the SRTAFE Wi-Fi:

  1. Navigate to Apps
  2. Locate and tap Settings
  3. Tap Wi-Fi
  4. Tap SRTAFE
  5. Ensure that EAP method is set to PEAP
  6. Ensure that Phase 2 authentication is None
  7. Ensure that the CA certificate is Don't Validate
  8. Enter your username in the Identity field
  9. Enter your password in the Password field
  10. Tap Connect
  1. Tap Settings
  2. Tap Wi-Fi
  3. Tap SRTAFE
  4. Enter your username and password
  5. Tap Join
  6. Tap Trust
  1. Click the Wireless Network icon in the system tray
  2. Click SRTAFE
  3. Enter your username and password and click OK
  4. Click Connect

View the written instructions for manually configurating for Windows 10 connections. (597 KB) (PDF document) (597 KB) (PDF document) These instructions will be required for some versions of Windows 10, which need to be manually configured.

  1. Click on Wi-Fi icon on top right side on the menu bar and turn on Wi-Fi
  2. Click on SRTAFE
  3. Enter your username and password
  4. Press Join
  5. Click on Continue to accept the Wi-Fi certificate
  6. Enter your device's password and click Update Settings to save the Wi-Fi certificate