Along with the Adelaide Crows and Netball SA, SACA will provide students with the opportunity to be immersed in the sport and recreation industry, helping them to develop practical skills for their future.

“We’re thrilled to be involved with SEDA College and to offer students a real insight into how a world-class sporting organisation works,” SACA Chief Executive, Keith Bradshaw said.

“SACA is giving young people with a passion for sport the opportunity to develop valuable, practical skills in a professional environment.”

SEDA College will arrive in Adelaide in 2019, expanding on the success of the SEDA models in Western Australia, Northern Territory, Victoria and New South Wales.

The SEDA College education model places importance on students developing strong personal attributes and transferable skills such as leadership, communication, teamwork and critical thinking, as well as experiencing academic success.

Enrolments for SEDA college are now open for 2019, with further information available at

An information evening will be held at Karen Rolton Oval (Gladys Elphick Park/Narnunnga/Park 25) on Wednesday 17 October from 7pm. Click here to register your attendance.