Graduates

Rachel Napolitano
After graduating from SEDA, Rachel and her family started up their own business, Cutting Edge Cricket, which involves the management of an indoor cricket training and coaching facility. Rachel is currently the Managing Director of Cutting Edge Cricket and she is also part of their coaching panel. This year Rachel enrolled in a Bachelor of Coaching at Victoria University to further her skills.

Chris McKay
In his Diploma year, Chris was offered a work placement opportunity at St Kilda Football Club. This work placement led to him being offered a full-time job with the club as a Football Technology Assistant. He has been in the role for two years now and hopes to move into a development coaching role in the future.

Emily Barnard-Cutris
Emily chose to complete the course because of the opportunity to enter into university and achieve her dream of one day becoming a paramedic. Emily completed a practical placement with Yachting Victoria and was involved in variety of medic roles in the local community. Emily is currently in her third year of Paramedicine, also working as a first aid medic in a part-time role. After graduating, Emily is hoping to secure a Paramedic role with Ambulance Victoria.

Chelsea Edwards
Through her work placement, Chelsea gained part-time employment with Yachting Victoria teaching sailing courses all across Victoria. Upon graduating Chelsea gained employment with Royal Brighton Yacht Club as the Discover Sailing Coordinator. At the beginning of 2016, Chelsea seized the opportunity to apply for Victoria Police. After a nine month application process, Chelsea began her dream career as a Constable with Victoria Police.

Ben Abbatangalo
After graduating from SEDA in 2012, Ben had a series of jobs within the sporting industry including Community Programs Assistant at Cricket Australia and Communications Co-Ordinator at AIME. AIME is an educational program that supports Indigenous students through high school and into university or employment. Ben has risen to the rank of co-CEO with AIME at just twenty-three years old. He is passionate about advocating for the aboriginal people and wants to continue changing the face of the country.

SEDA Graduates listed above have graduated from SEDA Group or with one of our partner providers