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Objectives:
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills for employment within the sport and recreation industry at a supervisory level and develops competencies related to administration and management of facilities, events and programs. Students will also develop skills in leadership, coaching and instruction. Chisholm diploma graduates are well prepared for future university study.
Entry Requirements:
Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation
Award:
Diploma of Sport and Recreation
Course Description:
Course Outline
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills for employment within the sport and recreation industry at a supervisory level and develops competencies related to administration and management of facilities, events and programs. Students will also develop skills in leadership, coaching and instruction. Chisholm diploma graduates are well prepared for future university study.

Campus
Berwick

Study Mode
Full-time

Duration
One year

Commencement Date
February

Entrance Requirements
Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation

Application Procedure
Apply directly to Chisholm Institute.
Applicants should also complete an application form.

Study Areas
CORE MODULES


Business Management (130 hours)
BSBADM502A Manage Meetings
BSBFLM404A Lead work teams
SRXGCSS07A Determine Needs of Client Populations
SRXOGN002A Manage Projects
Examines further business and management aspects of the sport and recreation industry, particularly resource management, leadership and people management.

Industry Knowledge (60 hours)
SRXINU005A Manage Culture and Education
SRXINU006A Foster the Values and Ethos of Play
An expanded look at the infrastructure of the Sport and Recreation industry and investigates further methods relevant to the instruction and provision of Sport and Recreation in a professional environment.

OH&S / Risk (55 hours)
SRXOHS003B Establish, Maintain and Evaluate OH&S
SRXRIK002A Manage an Organisation’s Risk
Looks at recognized policies and procedures of occupational health and safety in a sport and recreation environment, identification of potential risks and elimination.

Technology (40 hours)
ICAITU126B Use advanced features of computer applications
Understanding more advanced technology in the Sport and Recreation industry and undertaking projects using computers and information technology.

SPECIALISATION MODULES

Recreation (65 hours)

SRXINU008A Develop and Implement Recreation Tourism Strategy
SRXINU009A Apply Psychology to Expand Recreation Service
SRXINU010A Apply Sociology to Expand Recreation Service
SRXINU011A Develop and Maintain Competitive Pricing Strategy
The recreation industry and participant types are explored and investigated, with workplace innovations and management strategies researched in an attempt to provide high quality services and strategies.

ELECTIVE MODULES

Coaching and Instruction (70 hours)
SRXCAI008B Plan and Prepare Long Term Program
SRXCAI009B Conduct, Monitor and Adjust Long Term Program
SRXCAI010B Evaluate, Analyse and Modify Long Term Program
SRXGRO002A Deal with Conflict
Developing further skills to plan, prepare and conduct long term sport and recreation programs.

Disability (140 hours)
CHCDIS1B Orientation to disability work
ChCDIS7A Design and adapt surroundings to group requirements
These units are designed to raise awareness of people with disabilities, their needs, creating and providing sport and recreation opportunities and establishing suitable environments for participation and competition.

Surf Lifesaving (60 hours)
SROOPS001B Implement minimal environmental practices
SROODR001A Apply basic outdoor recreation logistics
SROODR002A Plan outdoor recreation activities
SROSRF001B Apply surf survival and self rescue skills
SROSRF002B Perform basic surfing manoeuvres in controlled conditions
SROSRF004B Perform a simple rescue in moderate surf conditions

Pool Lifeguard (50 hours)
SRCAQU001A Monitor Pool Water Quality
SRCAQU004A Maintain Pool Water Quality
SRCAQU006A Supervise Clients at an Aquatic Facility
SRCAQU007A Respond to Aquatic Emergency
Focuses on the operational and safety aspects of the aquatics industry. Students will undergo the Pool Lifeguard Award which is a requirement for working in the aquatics industry.

Finance (60 hours)
BSBMGT503A Prepare Budgets and Financial Plans
Preparation of budgets and financial management strategies applicable to the sport and recreation industry.

Human Resources (60 hours)
BSBHR506A Manage Recruitment, Selection and Induction
Examines the policies and procedures appropriate to affective management of personnel.

Events (54 hours)
SRXEVT010A Manage Event Across Number of Facilities
SRXEVT012A Liaise with State/Local Government Agencies
Focuses on the intricacies of event management across a number of facilities and government agencies.

Aquatics (65 hours)
SRCAQU003A Respond to an Aquatic Emergency
SRCAQU008A Principles of Movement to Water
SRCAQU009A Water Familiarisation, Buoyancy and Mobility
SRCAQU010A Instruct Water Safety and Survival
SRCAQU011A Instruct the Strokes of Swimming
SRCAQU013A Philosophy and Structure of Aquatics Industry
Focuses on the instruction of water safety and swimming techniques. Students will undergo the AUSTSWIM certification which is a requirement for anyone working in the aquatics industry.

Assessment
Traditional methods of assessment, such as written reports, exams, and presentations. Practical and group projects form a large part of assessment requirements.

Career Opportunities
Sport and recreation programming, administration, coaching and instruction, events coordination and management.

Further study
University degree courses in Sport and Recreation

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)/RCC
There is an opportunity to apply for recognition to be given for:
• Previous Study
• Knowledge
• And/or skills resulting from work or life experience relevant to the course
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