CERTIFICATE II IN SPORT AND RECREATION

COURSE CODE: SIS20115

Issuance of this qualification is awarded by Binnacle Training RTO 31319

QUALIFICATION DESCRIPTION

Students will participate in the delivery of a range of sport activities and programs within the school. Graduates will be competent in a range of essential skills – including officiating games or competitions,

coaching beginner participants to develop fundamental skills, effective communication skills, providing quality service to participants, and assisting with activity programs. This program also includes the following:

  • First Aid qualification and CPR certificate
  • Officiating and coaching accreditations (general principles or, in certain cases, sport-specific)

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enrolled Djarragun College students may apply to enrol in a VET course from Year 10 onwards.

At enrolment, each student will be required to create (or simply supply if previously created) a Unique Student Identifier (USI). A USI creates an online record of all training and qualifications attained in Australia.

LANGUAGE, LITERACY AND NUMERACY SKILLS

A Language, Literacy & Numeracy (LLN) Screening process is undertaken at the time of initial enrolment (or earlier) to ensure students have the capacity to effectively engage with the content. Please refer to Binnacle Training’s Student Information document for a snapshot of reading, writing and numeracy skills that would be expected in order to satisfy competency requirements.

DURATION

This Certificate II course is delivered over 2 years on site at Djarragun College.

THIRD PARTY DISCLOSURE

SIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation is delivered as a senior subject by qualified school staff via a third party arrangement with external Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Binnacle Training. Students successfully achieving all qualification requirements will be provided with the qualification and record of results. Students who achieve at least one unit (but not the full qualification) will receive a Statement of Attainment.

Upon successful completion students will achieve a maximum 4 QCE credits.

Issuance of this qualification is awarded by Binnacle Training RTO 31319

DELIVERY MODES

Program delivery will combine both class-based tasks and practical components in a real sport environment at the school. This involves assisting in the delivery of a range of sport programs to real participants within the school community (high school and primary school students). A range of teaching/learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include:

  • Practical tasks
  • Hands-on activities involving participants/clients
  • Group work
  • Practical experience within the school sporting programs

Evidence contributing towards competency will be collected throughout the course.

FEES

This course is offered under Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS), funded by the Queensland Government. Eligibility applies.

If you are not eligible for this funding, then the Fee For Service (FFS) costs associated in enrolling in this third party VET course will be met by Djarragun College.

SUPPORT SERVICES AVAILABLE

The College has invested heavily in support services to support student learning. We have a substantial support staff made up of Teaching Assistants, Learning Enhancement teachers and Youth Support Officers.

We also partner with Ngak Min Health to access services that are typically not available in schools.

PROGRAM DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

This Subject Outline is to be read in conjunction with Binnacle Training’s Program Disclosure Statement (PDS). The PDS sets out the services and training products Binnacle Training provides and those services carried out by the ‘Partner School’ (i.e. the delivery of training and assessment services).

To access Binnacle’s PDS, visit: www.binnacletraining. com.au/rto and select ‘RTO Files’

PATHWAYS

The Certificate II in Sport and Recreation will predominantly be used by students seeking to enter the sport, fitness and recreation industry as a

community coach, sports coach, athlete, volunteer or activity assistant.

Students may also choose to continue their study by undertaking the Certificate III in Sport and Recreation (or Fitness) while at school; or Certificate IV (e.g. Sport Coaching or Fitness) at another RTO.

QCE Points

  • Certificate II level courses will attract 4 QCE

COURSE UNITS

 

 

 

CERTIFICATE III IN SPORT COACHING

COURSE CODE: SIS30519

Issuance of this qualification is awarded by College of Sports and Fitness RTO91345

QUALIFICATION DESCRIPTION

Sport Coaching Cert III is a practical-based course where students gain the necessary knowledge, skills and attitude to work in the Sporting Industry

The program is designed to create local entry-level employment opportunities for students in the local sport industry.

This program aims to:

  • Provide avenues for social interaction, develop self-worth, leadership skills and promote community involvement through sport as junior touch football officials and coaches
  • Develop skill sets to meet industry, workplace requirements and sporting accreditation
  • Build partnerships between touch football organisations, sporting bodies, local businesses, community and institutions
  • Link opportunities for students through local touch football organisations

Our programs are community engaged, project based, visual and hands-on learning with our sporting groups and partners.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enrolled Djarragun College students may apply to enrol in a VET course from Year 10 onwards.

Have a genuine interest to get involved in community sport as a player, official or coach and event management. Having played sport is beneficial but

not expected. Students must have a willingness to work in team environments as well as independently. Any exceptions must be endorsed by the Head of Department and approved by Administration.

It is a requirement of the course that students are involved in officiating at a local club or assist at local schools’ events

DURATION

This Certificate III course is delivered over 3 years on site at Djarragun College.

THIRD PARTY DISCLOSURE

Djarragun College staff will deliver the qualification in conjunction with College of Sports & Fitness staff .

Issuance of this qualification is awarded by College of Sports and Fitness RTO91345

DELIVERY MODES

The course will be delivered in the classroom, face-to- face, using a range of practical and theoretical teaching and assessment methods.

FEES

This course is offered under Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS), funded by the Queensland Government. Eligibility applies.

If you are not eligible for this funding, then the Fee For Service (FFS) costs associated in enrolling in this third party VET course will be met by Djarragun College.

SUPPORT SERVICES AVAILABLE

The College has invested heavily in support services to support student learning. We have a substantial support staff made up of Teaching Assistants, Learning Enhancement teachers and Youth Support Officers.

We also partner with Ngak Min Health to access services that are typically not available in schools.

PATHWAYS

  • Touch Football Coach, Referee and Development Officer
  • Study pathways enable students to obtain credit transfer to several On completion of Certificate IV, Diploma & Advanced Diplomas level qualifications student may be able to receive credit towards Bachelor level qualifications.

QCE Points

  • Certificate III level courses will attract 8 QCE

COURSE UNITS

 

 

 

CERTIFICATE III IN FITNESS

COURSE CODE: SIS30315

Issuance of this qualification is awarded by Binnacle Training RTO 31319

QUALIFICATION DESCRIPTION

Students will participate in the delivery of a range of fitness programs and services to clients within their school community. Graduates will be competent in a range of essential skills – such as undertaking client health assessments, planning and delivering fitness programs, and conducting group fitness sessions in indoor and outdoor fitness sessions, including with older adult clients. This program also includes the following:

  • First Aid qualification and CPR certificate

A range of career pathway options including direct pathway into Certificate IV in Fitness (Personal Trainer) at another RTO

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enrolled Djarragun College students may apply to enrol in a VET course from Year 10 onwards.

At enrolment, each student will be required to create (or simply supply if previously created) a Unique Student Identifier (USI). A USI creates an online record of all training and qualifications attained in Australia.

LANGUAGE, LITERACY AND NUMERACY SKILLS

A Language, Literacy & Numeracy (LLN) Screening process is undertaken at the time of initial enrolment (or earlier) to ensure students have the capacity to effectively engage with the content. Please refer to Binnacle Training’s Student Information document for a snapshot of reading, writing and numeracy skills that would be expected in order to satisfy competency requirements.

DURATION

This Certificate III course is delivered over 3 years on site at Djarragun College.

THIRD PARTY DISCLOSURE

SIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation is delivered as a senior subject by qualified school staff via a third party arrangement with external Registered Training Organisation (RTO) Binnacle Training. Students successfully achieving all qualification requirements will be provided with the qualification and record of results. Students who achieve at least one unit (but not the full qualification) will receive a Statement of Attainment.

Upon successful completion students will achieve a maximum 8 QCE credits.

Issuance of this qualification is awarded by Binnacle Training RTO 31319

DELIVERY MODES

Program delivery will combine both class-based tasks and practical components in a real sport environment at the school. This involves assisting in the delivery of a range of sport programs to real participants within the school community (high school and primary school students). A range of teaching/learning strategies will be used to deliver the competencies. These include:

  • Practical tasks
  • Hands-on activities involving participants/clients
  • Group work
  • Practical experience within the school sporting programs

Evidence contributing towards competency will be collected throughout the course.

FEES

This course is offered under Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS), funded by the Queensland Government. Eligibility applies.

If you are not eligible for this funding, then the Fee For Service (FFS) costs associated in enrolling in this third party VET course will be met by Djarragun College.

SUPPORT SERVICES AVAILABLE

The College has invested heavily in support services to support student learning. We have a substantial support staff made up of Teaching Assistants, Learning Enhancement teachers and Youth Support Officers.

We also partner with Ngak Min Health to access services that are typically not available in schools.

PROGRAM DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

This Subject Outline is to be read in conjunction with Binnacle Training’s Program Disclosure Statement (PDS). The PDS sets out the services and training products Binnacle Training provides and those services carried out by the ‘Partner School’ (i.e. the delivery of training and assessment services).

To access Binnacle’s PDS, visit: www.binnacletraining. com.au/rto and select ‘RTO Files’

PATHWAYS

The Certificate III in Fitness will predominantly be used by students seeking to enter the sport, fitness and recreation industry as a fitness instructor, community coach, sports coach, athlete, or activity assistant.

Students may also choose to continue their study by completing the Certificate IV in Fitness at another RTO.

QCE Points

  • Certificate III level courses will attract 8 QCE

COURSE UNITS

 

 

 

CERTIFICATE II IN OUTDOOR RECREATION

COURSE CODE: SIS20419

Issuance of this qualification is awarded by AGI Australian Global Institute RTO 31690

QUALIFICATION DESCRIPTION

Queensland’s nature-based outdoor activities community covers a diverse range of participants and organisations— young and old, public and private, for-profit and non-profit, community and business, voluntary and professional. All of these participants and organisations share a common interest in experiencing Queensland’s natural environments. However, the underpinning feature to conducting successful recreation activities and business operations is developing a skilled workforce.

The program has 11 units to be completed and as you would expect is heavily skilled (therefore fun) based with 7 of the units being electives. We break these electives into skilled streams such as SCUBA diving and snorkelling, kayaking and snorkelling or bushwalking (or a mix dependent on the schools’ requirements).

As you would expect with a recreation program to start you on a recreation pathway, this program is packed full of adventure, self-development and fun time with friends. You will gain the skills and knowledge to perform your activities competently and safely, learning to perform essential skills, important recreation outcomes such as minimising environmental impact and other job skills and experience.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Enrolled Djarragun College students may apply to enrol in a VET course from Year 10 onwards.

If snorkel or SCUBA skill sets required then swimming ability will be required (SCUBA requires completion of questionnaire and possible medical).

DURATION

This Certificate II course is delivered over 2 years on site at Djarragun College.

THIRD PARTY DISCLOSURE

This course is delivered on site at Djarragun College in association with AGI RTO.

Issuance of this qualification is awarded by AGI Australian Global Institute RTO 31690.

DELIVERY MODES

The course will be delivered in the classroom, face-to- face, using a range of practical and theoretical teaching and assessment methods.

FEES

This course is offered under Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS), funded by the Queensland Government. Eligibility applies.

If you are not eligible for this funding, then the Fee For Service (FFS) costs associated in enrolling in this third party VET course will be met by Djarragun College.

SUPPORT SERVICES AVAILABLE

The College has invested heavily in support services to support student learning. We have a substantial support staff made up of Teaching Assistants, Learning Enhancement teachers and Youth Support Officers.

We also partner with Ngak Min Health to access services that are typically not available in schools.

DELIVERY MODES

The course will be delivered in the classroom, face-to- face, using a range of practical and theoretical teaching and assessment methods.

FEES

This course is offered under Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS), funded by the Queensland Government. Eligibility applies.

If you are not eligible for this funding, then the Fee For Service (FFS) costs associated in enrolling in this third party VET course will be met by Djarragun College.

SUPPORT SERVICES AVAILABLE

The College has invested heavily in support services to support student learning. We have a substantial support staff made up of Teaching Assistants, Learning Enhancement teachers and Youth Support Officers.

We also partner with Ngak Min Health to access services that are typically not available in schools.

PATHWAYS

  • Recreational participant/assistant
  • Certificate III, IV, Dip Outdoor Leadership, University related programs

QCE Points

  • Certificate II level courses will attract 4 QCE

COURSE UNITS