This course is designed to train students for the sport and recreation industries. Students complete core units that cover a broad range of vocational subjects orientated towards sport and recreation. A stream is selected from Coaching and Instruction OR Hospitality and Retail.
On-going throughout year
Contract of Training Agreement with employer
Evidence of current traineeship
Apply directly to Chisholm Institute.
Communication – 40 hours
BSBFLM303A Contribute to Effective Workplace Relationships
Investigates all methods of communication within the Sport and Recreation industry and how best to convey them.
Client Services – 40 hours
SRXGCSO04A Meet Client Needs and Expectations
SRXGCST03A Process Client Complaints
Presents the importance of excellent client services and introduces specific techniques.
First Aid – 30 hours
SRXFAD001A Provide First Aid
SRXFAD002A Provide Advanced First Aid Response
Students will undergo training and accreditation in Level 2 First Aid.
Organisation – 40 hours
BSBCMN302A Organise Personal Work Priorities and Development
This area introduces many organisational processes within the Sport and Recreation industry and how to operate efficiently and effectively.
Occupational Health and Safety/Risk Assessment – 20 hours
SRXOHS001B Follow Defined OH&S Policies and Procedures
SRXRIK001A Undertake Risk Analysis of Activities
Looks at recognised policies and procedures of OH&S and Risk Assessment in the Sport and Recreation industry.
Technology – 60 hours
ICAITU012C Design Organisational Documents using Computing Packages
ICAITU126A Use Advanced Features of Computer Applications
Understanding the role of technology in the Sport and Recreation industry and performing associated projects.
Industry – 10 hours
SRXINU002A Apply Sport and Recreation Law
Introduces the infrastructure of the Sport and Recreation industry, associated laws, policies and guidelines.
Facility Maintenance – 7 hours
SRXFAC003B Implement Facility Maintenance Programs
This area of study covers specific facility management practices used within the sport and recreation industry.
Resources and Environment – 22 hours
SRXRES001B Educate the Public on the Safe Use of a Sport and Recreational Resource
SRXRES002B Improve Client Awareness and Implementation of Environmental Management Practices
Investigates the issues confronting the Sport and Recreation industry, effectively utilising resources and protecting the environment.
Events – 37 hours
SRXEVT001B Coordinate Guest/Delegate Registrations at Venue
THTFME03A Develop and Update Events Industry Knowledge
This area of study covers specific facility and event management practices used within the sport and recreation industry.
Five units of study, which may fall across or within the areas listed below. It is possible to add a second area from the specialisations to fulfil the elective unit requirements.
Hospitality and Retail – 169 hours
WRR15A Maintain and Order Stock
WRRM3B Co-ordinate Merchandise Presentation
WRRS3B Co-ordinate Sales Performance
WRRSS10B Recommend Sporting Products and Services
THHBFB09B Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol
THHGHS01B Follow Workplace Hygiene Procedures
These modules provide the theoretical knowledge and practical qualifications and requirements to work within a hospitality and retail environment associated with the Sport and Recreation industry.
Coaching and Instruction – 79 hours
SRXCAI001B Assist in Preparing Sport and Recreation Sessions
SRXCAI002B Assist in Conducting Sport and Recreation Sessions
SRXCAI003B Provide Equipment for Activities
SRXCAI004B Plan a Session or Program for Participants
SRXCAI005B Conduct a Sport and Recreation Session for Participants
SRXCAI006B Organise a Sport and Recreation Program
SRXCAI007B Conduct a Sport and Recreation Program
SRXGRO001A Facilitate a Group
SRXGRO002A Deal with Conflict
A practical component of study aligned to running, successful sporting and recreation sessions and programs.
Traditional methods of assessment, such written reports, exams, and presentations. Practical and group projects form a large part of assessment requirements. Also workplace assignments.
Workplace delivery forms a large component of this course.
Coaching and Instruction, Facility Administration, Facility Supervision, Physical Education Assistant, Sporting Event Coordinator, Sports Administration.
Certificate IV and Diploma courses in Sport and Recreation, Sport Development, Outdoor Recreation and Fitness.
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)/RCC
There is an opportunity to apply for recognition to be given for:
• Previous study
• And/or skills resulting from work or life experience relevant to the course
Contact the department for further details