School Sport Victoria is looking to increase participants at the three major Multi Class events this year; Swimming, Cross Country and Track and Field.
Please ensure you promote your Region dates for all schools including Multi Class events. All the latest information can be found on this page of our website.
You can get a list ofSpecial Schools Local Placement 2019.pdf
School Sport Victoria (SSV) Multi Class Athlete program addresses the needs of students with a disability in Victorian schools. Through this program SSV will:
Classification groups athletes who have similar impairments together into classes for competition in their particular sport. The classification assessment process is managed by the national federation for the sport, in conjunction with other system partners. General information about classification and its role in sport can be accessed by following the mind map. Download the mind map and click on the relevant links in the document.
Download or view the
SSV General Classification Guide for 2019
Sport Inclusion for Intellectual Disability
South-East Special Schools Sports Association (SSSSA) Information is here.
SSV Multi Class Athlete Opportunities
ATHLETICS VICTORIA: Athletics Victoria: Swimming, Track and Field and Cross Country pathway for Multiclass Athletes
Multi Class Classification Process for Athletes, Teachers and Parents
Multi Class Classification Process for physios, GP Specialists
Multi Class PI Provissional Classification Form
The MDS tables have been designed over a number of years to try and assist competition management to determine places in events where athletes with a variety of disabilities compete in the same event. Read more...
Download Multi Class Athletics MDS
Every year our WheelTalk Disability Awareness Program visits thousands of students to raise disability awareness and promote the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. Visit
Wheeltalk's Disability Awareness' Website for more information.
What is WheelTalk?An interactive program teaching students about diversity, acceptance and disability.Presenters are Victorians with disability who are actively involved in sport and recreation.At the end of the presentation, participants play up to an hour of wheelchair basketball, which gives them a physical understanding of what it is like to live with a disability.
WheelTalk meets the Victorian Curriculum for Primary, Secondary, VCE, VCAL
To compete at any community sport across Victoria click on the access all abilities website link below!http://aaavic.org.au/
Leesa LangleySenior Project Officer – Sport DevelopmentTuesday's and Wednesday'sPhone (03) 9084 9189Fax (03) 9488 9499Email email@example.com