Course Details - Sport and Recreation Certificate 2 (Henley High School)

Course TitleSport and Recreation Certificate 2
RegionWestern Adelaide Secondary Schools Network
Host OrganisationHenley High School
Course Length2 semesters (1 year)
DescriptionThis program is for students who wish to experience working within a specialist area of coaching, officiating and event management in the sport and recreation industry. Students engage in both individual and collaborative projects at school in a simulated industry environment and/or the community, involving coordination of an event for a particular cohort and/or occasion. Students gain theoretical and logistical skills and knowledge in the areas of organising games or competitions, or participating in some form of outdoor recreation. Skills and knowledge developed include general administration, maintaining sport and recreation equipment and facilities; and promoting products and services to clients.
PathwaysCompletion of this qualification provides a pathway to: • Entry level employment • Articulation with other VET qualifications in areas such as sport coaching and sport officiating and administration • Sport and recreation traineeships Related areas of further education and training are: • Bachelor of Applied Science (Recreation Planning and Management) • Bachelor of Business (Recreation Management) • Bachelor of Human Movement http://www.aapathways.com.au/Career-Resources/Job-Pathway-Charts-Link/Job-Pathways-Charts-PDF
Special RequirementsStudents will need a USI number - please register at https://www.usi.gov.au/students/create-your-usi.
Delivery Location(s)Henley High School, Cudmore Terrace, Henley Beach, SA, 5022
See http://www.henleyhs.sa.edu.au/about-us/location-1
Dates and Times36 weekly sessions at Henley High School on Wednesdays from 09:00 until 10:40
Commencement date 06/02/19
36 weekly sessions at Henley High School on Fridays from 13:20 until 15:00
Commencement date 08/02/19
Work Placement0 days
SACE DetailsSACE Stage 1, 50 SACE credits
QualificationCertificate II in Sport and Recreation (National code SIS20313)
RTOFoundation Education (National Code 22557)
Competencies
CompulsorySISXEMR201Respond to emergency situations   (18 nominal hours)
 HLTWHS001Participate in workplace health and safety   (20 nominal hours)
 SISXIND002Maintain sport, fitness and recreation industry knowledge   (30 nominal hours)
 SISXIND001Work effectively in sport, fitness and recreation environments   (25 nominal hours)
 SISXCCS001Provide quality service   (25 nominal hours)
 SISXCAI001Provide equipment for activities   (10 nominal hours)
 SISXCAI002Assist with activity sessions   (15 nominal hours)
 BSBWOR202Organise and complete daily work activities   (20 nominal hours)
 HLTAID003Provide first aid   (18 nominal hours)
ElectiveBSBIND201Work effectively in a business environment   (30 nominal hours)
 SITXMPR001Coordinate production of brochures and marketing materials   (60 nominal hours)
 ICTICT203Operate applications software packages   (60 nominal hours)
 SISSSCO202 Coach beginner or novice participants to develop fundamental motor skills   (28 nominal hours)
Student Cost$100.00
This consists of $100 (GST free) Regional VET fee payable to your Home School. Henley High School students will need to refer to the HHS Curriculum Handbook for costs.
Home School Cost$550.00
This consists of $300 (GST free) course cost, $100 (GST free) for First Aid training, $100 (GST free) RTO fees and $50 (including GST) for resources. This will be invoiced to the Home School from Henley High School.
Cost NotesSome costings will be subject to change.
Number Of StudentsMinimum    10
Maximum   20
Selection ProcessInterview
Public Transporthttp://www.henleyhs.sa.edu.au/section/student-services/bus-timetable City to Henley Beach (132, 137, 138 & 139) City to Henley Beach/West Lakes via Ashley Street (287, 288) City to Henley Beach South via Garden Terrace (130, 131) www.adelaidemetro.com.au.
Contact PersonMr Jarrod Gillings, Email jarrod.gillings@henleyhs.sa.edu.au
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