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 classroom and other activities via public transport. SEDA College aims to develop students’ independence, confidence and time management skills and independent travel is part of this self-development.
SEDA College classes are structured to be delivered in an applied learning setting. Students complete their Senior Secondary Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL), alongside Vocational Education and Training (VET) qualifications in the areas of Sport and Recreation or Building and Construction, via a hands-on curriculum. Students’ curriculum includes activities based in the classroom, the workplace and the community.
SEDA College’s 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, community projects and outdoor activities, in a hands-on environment.
Yes, students can still be involved in sport and sporting teams outside of SEDA College.
Year 12 students undertaking the Sports Development Program complete an Australian School-Based Traineeship with the College and our partner Registered Training Organisation (RTO) SEDA Group (RTO Code 22503) . A traineeship combines paid employment to a student as a trainee whilst completing their vocational educational training certificate. The students ‘Community Work Day’ is scheduled into the timetable and is generally performed in a Primary School setting whereby students facilitate training and sporting clinics.
Students are responsible for sourcing their own work placement. In Term 1 through the MyPLAN Area of Study students are supported in identifying suitable SWL opportunities. 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 and will acquire the skills that prospective employers need and want in their employees.
SEDA College students who successfully graduate from the College are awarded with the Victorian Certificate Applied Learning (VCAL). The VCAL certificate recognises the successful completion of Senior Secondary education but it does not provide an ATAR score.
SEDA College graduates can continue further education at a variety of institutions. They also have the opportunity to articulate to University upon completion of a Diploma level course. SEDA College graduates who choose to complete the dual Diploma of Sport & Business with SEDA Group (RTO 22503) can gain direct entry into a range of Universities (subject to meeting eligibility requirements).
You can contact our Admissions team either via phone on 1300 11 7332 or email email@example.com
Students who wish to apply for the Sport Development Program can be at any skill level for their chosen sport. Our High Performance Programs are dependent on skill and students who want to attend these must be playing at the required level and may be asked to attend a trial prior to admission to the College. Please visit our Student Eligibility page for further information.
We hold SEDA College Open Days in metropolitan Melbourne where you can see the College in action. We also hold Information Sessions in metropolitan Melbourne and regional areas where you can hear about the College and meet our staff. Please click here to visit our Events Page for further details about upcoming events and Information Sessions. Please feel free to contact our Admissions Team for more information about SEDA College on 1300 11 7332 or firstname.lastname@example.org
No, SEDA College is a registered Independent Co-educational Senior Secondary School, therefore you cannot remain at your current school.
Both Year 11 and 12 are delivered on a full-time basis.
Unfortunately, SEDA College does not have any boarding or accommodation facilities. While some students at SEDA College have relocated to attend, this has been facilitated on an individual basis through family, friends and other organisations.
The school year is divided across 4 terms, commencing in the first week of February and ending in mid November.