Hands on learning with SEDA

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Opening career pathways… SEDA College information night is Wednesday July 30. SEDA student, Amy Nunn is studying the Netball Victoria Sports Development Program. Photo: Supplied.
Opening career pathways… SEDA College information night is Wednesday July 30. SEDA student, Amy Nunn is studying the Netball Victoria Sports Development Program. Photo: Supplied.

IF you are looking for innovative senior secondary education look no further then SEDA College. The co-educational year 11 and 12 college delivers a VCAL curriculum with a focus on hands on learning and provides students with fantastic opportunities to connect with the sports industry and learn a wide range of skills that will prepare them for a successful future.

Principal of SEDA College (Victoria), Heath McMillin said, “Our ‘one teacher, one classroom’ model allows our teachers to walk alongside and support each students individual journey.

“We’re extremely excited to showcase what sets us apart from other schools, and all the career pathways that our programs can lead to. Teaching, sports administration, paramedics and nursing are just some of the careers SEDA graduates have moved into. Just like a Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE), completing the VCAL at SEDA College is a ticket to a great future.”

For more information, visit their Shepparton Information night. Wednesday, July 30 at Shepparton Football Netball Club, Deakin Reserve, Nixon St, Shepparton from 7pm to 8pm. Register to attend at seda.vic.edu.au/shepparton