SEDA College WA students develop transferrable skills, which lead to a variety of exciting career options. Graduates find themselves studying and working in a broad range of industries including:
Students who successfully complete their studies at SEDA College have a range of further education pathways available to them.
SEDA College graduates can continue further education by undertaking a dual diploma program with SEDA Group (RTO 22503).
In 2021, the Dual Diploma program comprises the SIS50319 Diploma of Sport, and the BSB50215 Diploma of Business. By undertaking the Diploma Program you will have the opportunity to study a curriculum matched to your interests, complete a practical placement, run projects interstate or abroad, and undertake a customised sport-specific high-performance program designed for you.
The pathway opportunities* available to Diploma graduates include courses with partner Universities in the next tab.
* subject to meeting eligibility requirements. Pathways information relates to the 2021 Diploma Program, accurate as at March,2021.The VET Student Loan program is available for these qualifications with SEDA Group. A VET Student Loan will not be approved for students who do not meet eligibility requirements. In 2021, the maximum tuition fees are: SIS50319 Diploma of Sport – $10,688.95 & BSB50215 Diploma of Business – $7,392.00. A VET StudentLoan gives rise to a VETSL debt that continues to be debt due to theCommonwealth. Qualifications are subject to change.
“The pathways and networking opportunities that SEDA College provided me during my time gave me the skills and knowledge to be able to start my journey in the AFL industry with the Fremantle Dockers.”
During her time at SEDA, Lauren completed her work placement at Cooinda Primary School and the Fremantle Dockers in the Membership Department, which was an experience she felt was highly valuable and an advantage for her when entering the work force. After graduating in 2019, Lauren began working full time for SEDA WA as an Administration Assistant/Receptionist while completing her Certificate IV in Business with AFL Sports Ready. She loved her time at SEDA in this role and is staying on in 2021 as Admissions Officer. Lauren is looking forward to utilising her experience in the program to provide better outcomes for SEDA students.
Graduating from SEDA in 2015, Jaxon went on to complete a traineeship with AFL Sports Ready at the West Australian Football Commission. Having developed all the life ready skills at SEDA, he naturally transitioned into the Development Officer role. Jaxon now manages the little league competitions, diversity and inclusion programs, and works hard to grow the sport of AFL in the East Fremantle District. In the coming months, Jaxon will be moving to Albany to take on the role of Great Southern Regional Development Specialist. Jaxon felt that without SEDA, this opportunity would not have been possible.
Graduating from SEDA in 2011, Nikki went on to study a Bachelor of Health and Physical Education at Deakin University from 2012 - 2015. She received her first teaching appointment at Wesley College Melbourne, where she was given some fantastic opportunities to excel in a variety of environments. Upon making the decision to move to Perth, Nikki commenced her role as a SEDA teacher in the Netball WA in 2019. Nikki is passionate about the hands-on nature of the SEDA Program and the experiences provided to her students in order to help develop an individual pathway strongly suited to each person’s strengths and ambitions.
Through SEDA’s applied learning model, Kyle felt that SEDA program made him future ready and taught him the necessary skills to become a successful personal trainer. Upon graduating from the SEDA program, Kyle was employed by the West Australian Football Commission before realising his passion for the health and fitness industry. He went on to complete a Certificate III and IV in Fitness and is now a successful Personal Trainer at Snap Fitness. Kyle is looking forward to further developing his business, Premier Personal Training, and aspires to open a gym of his own.
“The independence I gained at SEDA really prepared me for university life, I never thought I'd be able to excel at the level I am today.”