Faqs - SEDA College

FAQs

Sports FAQs

Classes are located at community hubs and sport and recreation facilities. These venues are fully equipped with all the infrastructure required for a classroom setting, allowing students to complete theory-based learning as well as practical activities. You can find a list of our classroom venues here
Students travel to the program via public transport. The SEDA College program aims to develop students’ independence, confidence and time management skills and independent travel is part of this self-development.
Unfortunately, SEDA College does not have any boarding or accommodation facilities. While some students at SEDA College have relocated to undertake the program, this has been facilitated on an individual basis through family, friends and other organisations.
SEDA College classes are structured to be delivered in an applied learning setting. Students complete their senior secondary certificate, alongside VET qualifications in the areas of sport and recreation, via a hands-on curriculum. Students’ curriculum includes activities based in the classroom, the workplace and the community.
No, all students leave their current school to attend SEDA College programs. SEDA College is a registered independent co-educational senior secondary school.
No, the Program is delivered on a full-time basis only.
The program curriculum has a large focus on student learning and development in an applied setting. Students are involved in a number of components, such as coaching, fitness, first aid, work placement, wellbeing, event management and community projects and outdoor activities, in a hands-on environment.
Entrance at Year 11 – 12

Entrance at Year 11 – 2 years

Entrance at Year 12 – 1 year

Yes, students can still be involved in sport and sporting teams outside of SEDA College.
An Australian School-Based Traineeship is undertaken while the student is at school and employed. Program two (Year 12) students are enrolled in an Australian School-Based Traineeship with SEDA College. A traineeship arrangement combines paid employment as a trainee, vocational training and senior secondary school studies. This arrangement provides SEDA College students with hands-on industry experience and the ability to work towards or complete a nationally recognised qualification while they complete their senior school certificate.
Students are responsible for sourcing their own work placement. However, SEDA College has a dedicated team of Pathways Advisors who will provide students with key information regarding workplace skills and securing a placement as well as assist students with the process as required. Students may complete their placement in sport and recreation industries or in other industries if they choose.
No, instead the program offers students entrance into further education via the completion of a Diploma with SEDA Group. Following their Diploma Program, students apply to education institutions as non-Year 12 applicants. Institutions look at a student’s grades in the Diploma program, work experience, volunteer work and other achievements when assessing their application. Students also receive guaranteed entry into a number of courses with SEDA Group’s university partners, subject to meeting eligibility criteria.  Further information about our university partners and guaranteed pathways can be found here
SEDA College and SEDA Group have partnership agreements with a number of universities and RTOs which guarantee our graduates entry into a range of courses, subject to meeting eligibility criteria. For more information, visit Pathways.
Students apply online via our online application form here. Applications open on the 1st of May each year and students apply to begin the program in February the following year.
Selection into SEDA College’s Sport Development Programs are not dependent on skill and students of all skill levels may apply and participate in the program. Selection into Talented Player Programs is dependent on skill. Students must be playing at the required level and must attend trials prior to selection.
Program numbers are limited. Applications are assessed on a ‘first come, best dressed’ basis. We encourage applicants to apply early. You can find out more about our application process here.
We hold SEDA College Open Days in metropolitan Melbourne twice a year where you can see the SEDA College program in action. We also hold information sessions in regional areas where you can hear about the program and meet our regional staff. Please see our Events Page for further details about upcoming events and sessions. Please feel free to contact our admissions team for more information about the SEDA College program on 1300 117 332 or info@seda.vic.edu.au
Please fill out an Enquiry Form here and we will be in touch with some further information soon. Alternatively, you can call 1300 117 332 or email info@seda.vic.edu.au

Building and Trade FAQs

The Building and Trade Program currently has classes based in Deer Park and Dandenong.
Students travel to the program via public transport. The SEDA College program aims to develop students’ independence, confidence and time management skills and independent travel is part of this self-development.
Unfortunately, SEDA College does not have any boarding or accommodation facilities. While some students at SEDA College have relocated to undertake the program, this has been facilitated on an individual basis through family, friends and other organisations.
SEDA College classes are structured to be delivered in an applied learning setting. Students complete their senior secondary certificate, alongside VET qualifications in the building and trade industry, via a hands-on curriculum. Students’ curriculum includes activities based in the classroom, the workplace and the community.
No, all students leave their current school to attend SEDA College programs. SEDA College is a registered independent co-educational senior secondary school.
No, all programs are delivered on a full-time basis only.
Entrance at program one – 2 years

Entrance at program two – 1 year

Students are responsible for sourcing their own Structured Workplace Training (Work Placement). However, SEDA College has a dedicated team of Pathways Advisors who will provide students with key information regarding workplace skills and securing a placement as well as assist students with the process as required. Students may complete their placement in sport and recreation industries or in other industries if they choose.
No, however, the program offers students entrance into an apprenticeship pathway upon successful completion of the program. Alternatively, students can articulate into further study via a TAFE pathway upon completion of the program.
Students apply online via our online application form here. Applications open on the 1st of May each year and students apply to begin the program in February the following year.
Program numbers are limited. Applications are assessed on a first come, best dressed basis. We encourage applicants to apply early. You can find out more about our application process here.
We hold regular Information Evenings during our application period – you will find up to date information about upcoming events here. You are also welcome to fill out an Enquiry Form here and we will be in touch with some further information soon or you can call 1300 117 332 or email info@seda.vic.edu.au