UniSA Calendars: CAEs (1973-1981)

Colleges of Advanced Education (1973-1981)

History

In 1973, five Colleges of Advanced Education (CAEs) were established in South Australia, and a sixth in 1974.

These colleges were the successors of various South Australian art schools and teachers colleges which existed during the period 1856-1972.

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Salisbury College of Advanced Education (1973-1981)

History

The Salisbury CAE logo.

Salisbury CAE, located in Salisbury East, was formerly known as Salisbury Teachers College, which was founded in 1968.

In 1982, Salisbury CAE merged with Adelaide College of the Arts and Education, Hartley CAE and Sturt CAE to form the South Australian CAE.

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Sturt College of Advanced Education (1973-1981)

History

Part of the cover of the 1980 Sturt CAE Handbook.

Sturt CAE, located in Bedford Park, was formerly known as Bedford Park Teachers College, which was founded in 1966.

In 1982, Sturt CAE merged with Adelaide College of the Arts and Education, Hartley CAE and Salisbury CAE to form the South Australian CAE.

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Adelaide College of Advanced Education (1973-1978)

History

The Adelaide CAE logo.

Adelaide CAE, located in Adelaide (Kintore Avenue), was formerly known as Adelaide Teachers College, which was founded (as the Training School) in 1876.

In 1979, Adelaide CAE merged with Torrens CAE to form Adelaide College of the Arts and Education.

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Torrens College of Advanced Education (1973-1978)

History

The Torrens CAE logo.

Torrens CAE, initially located in Adelaide, Hindmarsh, Keswick, North Adelaide, Thebarton and Torrensville, was created by the merger of the South Australian School of Art (established in 1856) and Western Teachers College (established in 1962 to meet demand at Adelaide Teachers College).

In 1976, additional locations were added at Flinders Park and Underdale.

In 1979, Torrens CAE merged with Adelaide CAE to form Adelaide College of the Arts and Education.

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Adelaide College of the Arts and Education (1979-1981)

History

The Adelaide College of the Arts and Education logo.

Adelaide College of the Arts and Education, located in Adelaide (Kintore Avenue) and Underdale, was created by the merger of Adelaide CAE and Torrens CAE.

In 1982, Adelaide College of the Arts and Education merged with Hartley CAE, Salisbury CAE and Sturt CAE to form the South Australian CAE.

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Murray Park College of Advanced Education (1973-1978)

History

Artwork from the Murray Park CAE Courses guide.

Murray Park CAE, located in Magill, was formerly known as Wattle Park Teachers College, which was established in 1957 to meet demand at Adelaide Teachers College.

In 1979, Murray Park CAE merged with Kingston CAE to form Hartley CAE.

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Kingston College of Advanced Education (1974-1978)

History

The Kingston CAE logo.

Kingston CAE, located in North Adelaide, was formerly known as Adelaide Kindergarten Teachers College, which was founded (as the Kindergarten Training College) in 1907.

In 1979, Kingston CAE merged with Murray Park CAE to form Hartley CAE.

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Hartley College of Advanced Education (1979-1981)