Complete your Years 11 and 12 in the SEDA College Tennis Victoria Sports Development Program. The program provides a direct link to industry opportunities in a hands-on learning environment all connected to your interest in tennis.
The connection between education and industry facilitates authentic learning experiences and student opportunities. This combination enables our students to acquire the skills to support future educational and employment pathways.
Our curriculum is designed to connect students to ideas, skills and knowledge that can be applied far beyond the boundaries of a classroom.
Our VCAL is organised around areas of study. The flexibility in the delivery of the VCAL strands allows us to design an integrated curriculum aligned to student interests.
Through a range of practical experiences, students learn about athlete training and development, data analysis, anatomy/physiology, energy systems, training principles, nutrition, and sport specific training. Through the VCE VM Literacy Skills units students will work in groups, developing their collaborative, problem solving and teamwork skills as they put their ideas into action.
SEDA College aims to develop a student’s physical and mental wellbeing to cope with the things that life throws at them. With a strong literacy focus, Healthy Living involves students investigating respectful relationships, drugs and alcohol, safe partying and social inclusion all of which aim to better equip students within our current society.
Through MyPLAN meetings, the work that students do within the Areas of Study and on Structured Workplace Learning (SWL) placements, students will explore career pathways in real work settings and acquire transferrable skills that employers value. Students explore the value of volunteering, while building their resume and connecting with key professionals in their chosen industry. SWL provides students with a hands-on learning experience one day a week starting from Term 2. Students gain an in-depth understanding of the duties they might be expected to perform in the workplace.
The VCE VM Personal Development Skills units provides the framework for projects in this Study Area. Students develop an understanding of the influence of sport in the community and how it can shape culture, behaviour and bring people together as they link with community groups to organise and run community projects and activities.
Sporting clubs have a considerable influence on community life and culture. With a strong VCE VM Work Related Skills and Numeracy focus, students will have the opportunity to consult with sporting bodies and associations to plan, organise, design, and manage their own club.
The students’ work placements and the structured workplace learning (SWL) that ensues, informs this integrated Study Area. Students explore their career pathways in real work settings and acquire transferrable skills that employers value. Students explore the value of volunteering, while building their resume and connecting with key professionals in their chosen industry. SWL provides students with a hands-on learning experience one day a week from Term 2 onwards. Students record their experiences on placement; develop workplace documents such as emails, resumes and cover letters; and participate in mock interviews to gain an in-depth understanding of workplace expectations.
Develop the skills and attributes needed to teach sport skills to a wide variety of people. Access SEDA’s industry experts and sporting partners to gain a greater understanding of coaching principles and the development of coaching sessions. In Year 11 and Year 12 students undertake VET qualifications in sport and recreation, providing the opportunity to gain experience in a variety of areas within the industry.
This unique learning experience is like no other and will enable you to learn from experts in the tennis industry. You will also develop your knowledge by getting involved in real projects, events and activities with staff from Tennis Victoria.
You get to experience a number of unique opportunities including:
The Tennis Victoria Sports Development Program (SDP) Team are industry experienced sports education professionals. With a strong passion for tennis, the team delivers a hands-on industry based curriculum to ensure students are empowered with the right skills, knowledge and attitude for a successful future. We connect with staff from Tennis Victoria so that students develop the knowledge, skills and attributes of current industry professionals.
Not only do you get first-hand experience of the tennis industry but you also have the opportunity to work on your own game. You will be involved in performance training, skill development and fitness training sessions all specific to tennis as well as participating in a range of other sports.
Selection into SEDA College’s programs is based on an online application and interview process.
To be eligible to attend SEDA College, applicants must display the following traits and qualities:
Entry – 2024
Individuals must be born between 01/01/06 – 30/04/08 and must have successfully completed Year 10 or equivalent.
Entry – 2025
Individuals must be born between 01/01/07 – 30/04/09 and must have successfully completed Year 10 or equivalent.
SEDA College fees for Year 11 and 12 students are inclusive of the following:
*Charges for optional camps, excursions and programs are payable in addition to the Student Fees
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SEDA College Head Office, HAWTHORN EAST
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SEDA College VIC Head Office, HAWTHORN EAST
*Online attendance also available