Enrolment Process

All students wanting to attend SEDA College NT will be required to complete the enrolment process shown below.

Here's how to get started

Apply Online

Complete an online application form here and submit eligibility evidence.

Attend an Information Session

Hear from our Principal and learn about the College. Check the Information Session page for details.

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Book an Interview

Once you have applied and you have met our selection criteria and eligibility requirements, our Admissions Team will contact you to book an interview.

If Successful

Accept your Offer

If successful in your interview, you will be emailed a Letter of Offer. To secure a place at the College, we encourage you to accept the offer, provide enrolment information and pay your enrolment fee deposit.

Attend an Enrolment Evening

Caregivers and students attend an enrolment information evening where you will receive timetables, teacher contact details, key dates, and have an opportunity to ask questions prior to commencing at SEDA College.

Start at SEDA College 

Separate enrolment process applies to enrol into VET qualifications with SEDA Group (RTO Provider: 22503) and Surf Life Saving South Australia Inc (RTO Provider: 40110).

Student Eligibility

Educational Eligibility:

  • Successfully complete or have completed Year 9 or equivalent for entry into Year 10.
  • Students intending to commence in Year 10, would begin their application while they’re in Year 9 to start the following year with the College.
  • Students who have a non-traditional or different schooling history should contact our Admissions Team to determine eligibility.

Demographic:

  • Reside in the Northern Territory

  • Students must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australia Permanent Resident.

Educational Eligibility:

  • Successfully complete or have completed Year 10 or equivalent for entry into Year 11.
  • Students intending to commence in Year 11, would begin their application while they’re in Year 10 to start the following year with the College.
  • Students who have a non-traditional or different schooling history should contact our Admissions Team to determine eligibility.

 

Demographic:

  • Reside in the Northern Territory

  • Students must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australia Permanent Resident.

Educational Eligibility:

  • Successfully complete or have completed Year 11 or equivalent for entry into Year 12.
  • Students intending to commence in Year 12, would begin their application while they’re in Year 11 to start the following year with the College.
  • Students who have a non-traditional or different schooling history should contact our Admissions Team to determine eligibility.

 

Demographic:

  • Reside in the Northern Territory

  • Students must be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australia Permanent Resident.

  • Most recent school report.
  • Eligible for Working with Children’s Check (Once age criteria is met).
  • Identification documentation as detailed below.
  • Contact details for one current school contact (current teacher or coordinator) who can speak to your learning behaviours, attitude, skills, knowledge, and experiences.
  • Contact details for one workplace or personal contact who can speak about your attitude, effort, coachability/teachability, skills, knowledge and experiences.

At least one of the following is to be provided during the interview process for sighting: 

  • A birth certificate issued by the relevant Australian State government authority (extracts and commemorative certificates cannot be accepted) OR

  • A valid Australian or New Zealand passport (must be valid) OR

  • A naturalisation certificate OR

  • An Australian permanent residency visa OR

  • A green Medicare card PLUS a current driver’s license/learner’s permit

Selection into the College is based on the applicants ability to meet our Selection Criteria and successful completion of the following:

  • Online Application Form
  • Providing the most recent school report
  • Proving identification evidence
  • Reference checks
  • Interview with the College

 

Selection into our College is not dependent on sporting skills and students of all ability levels may apply.

The College may contact the applicant’s current school to assist with assessment of their application.

For more information, please refer to our Student Enrolment Policy

Selection into the College is based on a prospective student’s ability to meet the following:

  • Demonstrate the capability to be independent learners and study in a flexible learning model.

  • Demonstrate a level of maturity to manage unsupervised work, travel, and learning tasks.

  • Demonstrate suitability to an applied and real-life learning environment.

  • Demonstrate relevant and appropriate educational attainment, capabilities, aspirations, and interests.

  • Demonstrate the ability to complete the relevant qualification.

  • Meet one of the following as per relevant year level enrolment:

    • Successfully complete or have completed Year 9 or equivalent for entry into Year 10.

    • Successfully complete or have completed Year 10 or equivalent for entry into Year 11.

    • Successfully complete or have completed Year 11 or equivalent for entry into Year 12.

Applications for enrolment are assessed against a set selection criterion relevant to each year level. Successfully demonstrating capacity to meet all criteria does not guarantee entry into the College.

Returning students are defined as those who have been enrolled at the College for one or more academic years. Returning students are not required to participate in the Admissions Process.

Each year, student’s caregivers will be contacted to confirm their child’s intention to re-enrol for the following year at the College via the College’s Re-Enrolment Form.

Please note that a student’s enrolment is not guaranteed for the following years year level and that the student’s academic performance and behaviours will be reviewed by the College as part of the re-enrolment process.

Enrolment FAQs

No, all students leave their current school to attend SEDA College NT. SEDA College NT is a registered independent co-educational senior secondary school.

SEDA College NT graduates can continue further education by undertaking a course at a variety of external institutions. They also have the opportunity to apply for University upon completion of Year 12.

With the ongoing Support of Bridging the Gap and Vicinity Centre’s, SEDA College NT can offer Year 12 students the opportunity to apply for an Indigenous Leaders Scholarship. More information can be found here.

Our Admissions Team is here to help.

Call 1300 337 332 or email info@sedacollege.nt.edu.au.

Refer to our Enrolment Process and Student Eligibility sections on this webpage for information. 

Students travel to the classrooms and other venues via public transport. The College aims to develop students’ independence, confidence and time management skills and independent travel is part of this self-development.

Students are responsible for sourcing their own work placement with the assistance of their teacher and support staff. SEDA College NT 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.

The SEDA model places student interest at the forefront of their senior secondary education, alongside a practical connection to industry. Students are enrolled fulltime in senior secondary school where they undertake their NTCET (Northern Territory Certificate of Education and Training) with the College. More information can be found here

In 2023, 158 students commenced in educational programs at SEDA College NT. The College aims to have 198 students commence in 2024.

Student fees and details on what they cover can be found here.

SEDA College NT is commonly referred to as a private school however we’re an Independent Senior Secondary School. The College is a member of the Association of Independent Schools of the Northern Territory.

SEDA College NT places student interest at the forefront of their senior secondary education, alongside a practical connection to the sporting industry. 

Students engage in curriculum that enhance learning through their interest in sport and recreation. We design our curriculum in collaboration with our sporting partners so that students develop the knowledge, skills and attributes of current industry professionals.

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.

Prior to the SEDA College NT being established, SEDA originally stood for Sports Education and Development Australia.

Classrooms are located in local community settings at sport and recreation facilities, to maximise student learning and deliver industry-based experiences.

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.

Download a copy of our College Guide to learn more

Information Session

Learn how we empower minds & embrace each student's passion

Monday 27th May 2024

Michael Long Learning and Leadership Centre at TIO Stadium