Basketball NT and SEDA join forces for the Basketball NT Sports Development Program in 2015

Launching in NT in 2013, SEDA has been at the forefront in providing a hands-on education program embedded in industry. Students have the opportunity to complete their Year 10, 11 and 12, undertaking their NTCET and nationally recognised VET qualifications in sport and recreation. 

Students have the opportunity to work alongside Basketball NT as a part of the program. Over the course of 2015, students will provide assistance at basketball tournaments, run basketball inclusion clinics for community groups including: all ability, multicultural and primary school children and provide association match day assistance. Students will also undertake coaching and officiating qualifications. 

The Basketball NT Sports Development Program empowers students to pursue meaningful pathways upon completion of their Year 12. With a strong connection to industry, students develop real-world skills providing graduates with the opportunity to gain employment across numerous industries. Students also have the opportunity to articulate into a range of courses at one of SEDA’s university and RTO partners.  

An information night will be held for prospective students and their parents wishing to find out more about the Basketball NT Sport Development Program:

Dates: Wednesday 10th June

Time: 7.00pm

Where: Casuarina Senior College

     General Learning Area – Located above C Block Science Building

     Parking via Moil Crescent in the student carpark at the rear of the College

To register your interest in attending one of the above sessions,

or to find out more information

contact info@sedagroup.com.au, call 1300 11 7332 or visit www.sedagroup.com.au




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