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Online video tutorials to help you learn software, creative and business skills


1. Log into your staff portal using your TAFE username and password.

2. Click on the My Learning Tools tab, and scroll down to Online Training - Illawarra.

Optional step: Click on + Add to My Essentials - this pins the icon to your Essentials list.

3. Click on Online Training - Illawarra. You will now have two options:

3. If you have never used before, click the No, I've never had an account button and an account will automatically be created for you. 


3. If you have previously used a account, click on I've had an account. This will transfer the history of your previous usage to your new account. 


Enter your previous lynda user name and password, then click on Transfer my History


You will be asked to confirm your profile.


You can now access at anytime, via your staff portal account. 

To log back into always use the staff portal access. You will be asked once to complete your profile. Enter your email address and click on the Save button.

Tip: Each time you log in, your history is retained, so you can pick up where you left off.

For further help, watch the How to use video.

Linking to videos in Moodle

Do you want to share content with your students via Moodle?

You can share individual videos, a whole course or your own playlist. Click on the link below and enter your TAFE username and password to open the procedure.

Linking to videos in Moodle

For more help, please contact TAFE Illawarra Digital Learning Services:

4229 0316 (VOIP 64316) or email -

MOBILE Apps for

Access anywhere anytime. Download the free app and get started today!  

Apps available for iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows and Apple TV

Getting started with

This online video training resource is available to all TAFE Illawarra students and staff.

Lynda has a vast quantity of high quality, professional video tutorials, readily available to use wherever and whenever you like.

These resources cover a vast range of topics and enable staff and students to develop skills in many areas. Here’s just a small taste of some of the topics and software covered:

  • IT – from day-to-day tasks using Office 2016 to coding in a variety of programming languages
  • Education – advice for classroom management, writing research papers and using Moodle
  • Design – get the best from Adobe Creative Suite or CAD, developing websites and 3D animation
  • Business – customer service, management, marketing, financial analysis or project management
  • Video & photography – shooting, production and editing
  • Audio & music – recording, mastering, mixing and production using a range of software

Lynda stays right up-to-date with the latest developments and offers self-paced learning.

If you need any assistance with your account, please contact your library.