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SEDA Year 10, 11 & 12 Programs


SEDA partners with major sporting brands and organisations that facilitate real life industry experiences and student opportunities. Years 10, 11 and 12 students are immersed in industry through unique inductions, community events and work placements. This combination enables our students to acquire the skills to support future educational and employment pathways.

Year 10:
SIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation

Year 11:
SIS30155 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation*

Year 12:
SIS40115 Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation
Opportunity for further study

*SEDA Group delivers and assesses, provides individual support, services and manages the admissions process for the SIS30155 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation on behalf of Charles Darwin University (RTO Provider: 0373)

SEDA Gtoup delivers NTCET on behalf of Casuarina Senior College

In 2020, the SIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation is
delivered under the 2020 Training Contract – VET Delivered to
Secondary School Students in accordance with the Northern
Territory Department of Education. Students who are 15 years of
age or above and enrolled with Casuarina Senior College in 2021
may attract government subsidised training for this qualification –
subject to approval.

This information is subject to change



The focus of the National Indigenous Education and Leadership program is to work closely with our industry, education and community partners to educate and empower our Indigenous students and assist them to realise their potential.

SEDA can offer Indigenous students:

  • Strengthening of their cultural identity
  • Regular Indigenous Leadership Program activities
  • Pathways and connections to higher education
  • Skills to gain meaningful employment
  • Inclusion in Clontarf and Stars academy programs

A key aspect of the program is to develop the next generation of young Indigenous leaders and role models and create a strong connection to the community. While identifying tailored pathways for our students into higher education and employment, we aim to mentor and support our Alumni to increase their chance of success.

The program is supported by a number of Indigenous organisations including Tiwi College and Tiwi Islands Training and Employment Board (TITEB).

For more information regarding the SEDA NT Indigenous Education and Leadership program, please email


SEDA students experience a unique education pathway because of our relationships with several of Australia’s leading sporting organisations. Students are involved in industry experiences they will not find anywhere else. We develop Areas of Study and curriculum with our industry partners so that students develop the knowledge, skills and attributes of current industry professionals.
Through a tailored, individual approach known as “MyPLAN”, teachers will support students to develop these skills to set them on a pathway to success. Students will use the latest technology and web-based applications to learn, whilst developing transferable skills that will provide a head start across a wide range of industries.

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Enrolment Process

Complete an online application form at The form will only take a few minutes to complete.
Watch our pre-recorded Information Session on the Hub.
Once you have applied and attended an Information Session our Admissions Team will contact you to book in for an interview.
Once you have been offered a place families must complete an enrolment form and pay a deposit to secure your position.
Our uniform supplier will be in touch with you to organise a uniform fitting at a suitable time.
We hold an Orientation Day in Term 4, where students meet their teacher and peers at their new classroom venue.

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To maximise student learning and deliver industry-based experiences, classrooms are located in local community sport, recreation and community 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.

Northern Territory students must successfully complete or have completed Year 9 or equivalent for entry into Year 10. For Year 10, students must also be born after 01/01/2006 for 2021 entry or born after 01/01/2007 for 2022 entry. Students who have a non-traditional or different schooling history should contact our admissions staff to determine eligibility for our programs.

Students who have already completed Year 10 or 11 may be able to enter directly into Year 11 or Year 12 level respectively. Eligibility for this will be determined at an interview.

Students who are completing or have completed Year 12 are not eligible to apply.

Note that selection into SEDA’s programs in based on an online application and interview process and students apply the year before they intend to commence the program for entry the following year (i.e. students intending to commence in Year 10 would begin their application while they are in Year 9 to start the following year).

Students attend SEDA five days a week, up to three days a week, students complete the classroom-based component of their qualifications. The other two days of the week focus on practical, and industry-based learning activities. This allows students to work towards completion of their senior secondary certificate, as well as vocational units of competency.

Please see page 12 and 13 of the Prospectus to find out more information.

Year 10, 11 & 12 Full Fee including essential resources
Sports Development Program $2,970.00*

*The above fee is the full tuition and resource fee per student enrolment for 2020. This may change for 2021.

What do the fees include:
• VET training services
• Uniform
• Use of a Notebook Computer (contains all coursework, no books required for purchase)
• Incursions/Excursions
• Insurance – Student

Additional fees apply for other services. Please refer to SEDA’s Fees and Charges Policy available on our website.

Students are also entitled to a ‘back to school’ voucher from the Northern Territory Government for $150 which they will receive at the beginning of each school year. This can be put towards program fees or any other expenses relating to school.

No, all students leave their current school and attend the SEDA program full-time.
Students are responsible for sourcing their own work placement; however, SEDA will prepare students with key information and skills, and support students through the process of securing a placement. Year 10 students must complete their placement in the sport and recreation industry and Year 11 students may seek placements in other industries (eg. trade, retail) if they choose.
No, instead the program offers students entrance into further education via direct application to TAFEs and universities, including our education partners. Students and parents will receive information and support from SEDA throughout this process.
Students travel to the program via public transport. The SEDA program aims to develop students’ independence, confidence and time management skills and independent travel is part of this self-development.
Our admissions team is here to help.
Call 1300 777 332 or email

Our admissions team is here to help. Call 1300 777 332 or email