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  • Objectives
    This course, with key study areas in Coaching, Instruction, Officiating and Sports Sciences, is designed to provide students with the theoretical and practical skills to undertake coaching roles at a supervisory level. Students develop skills in leadership and development, project organisation and management, working with industry to plan and implement sporting events. People already working in the field who want to gain a qualification, and those who want to move into this exciting area of employment for the first time, are encouraged to apply.
  • Entry requirements
    Year 12 (VCE or VCAL) and / or mature age
  • Academic Title
    Certificate IV in Sport (Development)
  • Course description
    Course Outline
    This course, with key study areas in Coaching, Instruction, Officiating and Sports Sciences, is designed to provide students with the theoretical and practical skills to undertake coaching roles at a supervisory level. Students develop skills in leadership and development, project organisation and management, working with industry to plan and implement sporting events. People already working in the field who want to gain a qualification, and those who want to move into this exciting area of employment for the first time, are encouraged to apply.

    Campus
    Berwick

    Study Mode
    Full-time

    Duration
    One year

    Commencement Date
    February

    Application Process
    Apply through VTAC.
    Applicants should attend an information session and may be required to attend an interview. Applicants should also complete an application form.

    Prerequisites
    Year 12 (VCE or VCAL) and / or mature age.

    Study Areas

    CORE MODULES

    Business Communication (65 hours)
    BSBCMN301A Exercise Initiative in a Business Environment
    BSBCMN402A Develop Work Priorities
    SRXOGN001A Conduct Projects
    Examines the business and administration aspects of the Sport and Recreation industry, particularly organisation of time and resources, working with a team and individuals, communication skills, leadership and developing ideas.

    Client Services (50 hours)
    SRXGCS001A Create Client Relationship
    SRXGCS002A Deal with Client Feedback
    SRXGCS006A Address Client Needs
    SRXGCST05A Co-ordinate Client Service Activities
    Dealing with client services with in the Sport and Recreation industry, exceptional customer service, dealing with complaints and difficult clients and assessing the client’s needs.

    Industry Knowledge (42 hours)
    SRXINU002A Apply Sport and Recreation Law
    SRXINU003A Analyse Participation Patterns in Sport and Recreation
    SRXINU004A Promote Compliance with Laws
    Introduces the infrastructure of the Sport and Recreation industry and investigates the associated laws, policies and guidelines to ensure quality and professionalism.

    OH&S/Risk (30 hours)
    SRXOHS001B Follow Defined OH&S Policies and Procedures
    SRXOHS002B Implement and Monitor the Organisation’s OH&S Policies and Procedures
    SRXRIK001A Undertake Risk Analysis of Activities
    Looks at recognised policies and procedures of Occupational Health & Safety in a Sport and Recreation environment, identification of potential risks and elimination of risks.

    Technology (60 hours)
    ICAITU006C Operate computing packages
    Understanding the role of technology in the Sport and Recreation industry and undertaking projects using computers and information technology.

    STREAM MODULES
    Coaching (75 hours)

    SRSCGP001A Operate in Accord with Accepted Coaching Practices
    SRSCGP002A Include Special Interest Groups
    SRSCGP003A Implement Fund Principles of Sports Psychology
    SRSCGP004A Eating for Peak Performance
    An overview of coaching practices and techniques, which can be adapted to a wide range of sporting pursuits and participants.

    Officiating (90 hours)
    SRSOGP001A Operate in Accord with Accepted Officiating Practices
    SRSOGP002A Apply Rules and Regulations to Conduct Games
    SRSOGP004A Apply Self Reflection Techniques to Evaluate Performance
    SRSOGP005A Resolve Conflict Related to Officiating
    SRSOGP006A Develop a Fitness and Recovery Program for Officials
    An overview of techniques involved in officiating sports which can be adapted to a wide range of sporting pursuits.

    Events (204 hours)
    SRXEVT001B Co-ordinate Guest Registrations
    SRXEVT002B Organise Meeting/Event
    SRXGCS004A Meet Client Needs and Expectations
    THHGCS05B Organise In-House Functions
    THTFME09A Develop and Update Knowledge of Protocol
    THTFME02B Provide on site meeting/event management services
    THTFME05A Select event venues and sites
    Focuses on the issues relating to the operation and management of Sport and Recreation facilities and events and all associated programs.

    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 with an emphasis placed upon treating patients in a sport and recreation environment.

    Coaching & Instruction
    SRXCAI001B Assist in Preparing Sport and Recreation Session
    SRXCAI002B Assist oin Conducting Sport and Recreation Session
    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
    Developing the skills to plan, prepare and conduct a range of sport and recreation sessions and programs.

    Groups (40 hours)
    SRXGRO001A Facilitate a group
    SRXGRO002A Deal with conflict
    SRXGRO003A Provide leadership to groups
    Understanding and management of group dynamics and leadership techniques

    ELECTIVE MODULES
    Facilities and resources (65 hours)

    SRXFAC001B Maintain equipment for activities
    SRXFAC002B Maintain Sport and recreation facilities
    SRXFAC003B Implement facility maintenance programs
    SRXFAC004B Plan and Provide Sport and Recreation Services
    SRXFAC005B Coordinate facility and equipment acquisition and maintenance
    SRXRES003A Contribute to Planning, Monitoring and Control of Resources
    SRXRES004A Minimise Waste and Pollution
    This area of study covers specific facility management and resource management practices used within the sport and recreation industry.

    Soccer (35 hours)
    SRSSOC001B Interpret and Apply Fund Laws of Soccer
    SRSSOC002B Use Basic Communication Strategies to Referee Soccer
    SRSSOC003B Provide Reports Relevant to Refereeing Soccer
    SRSSOC004B Demonstrate Fund Positioning Skills to Officiate Soccer
    Focuses on the skills, rules and tactics involved in the game of Soccer enabling an insight into coaching and officiating the game.

    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.

    Netball (50 hours)
    SRSNTB004A Teach and Develop Fundamental Skills of Netball
    SRSNTB005A Interpret and Apply Fundamental Rules of Netball
    SRSNTB006A Use Basic Communication Strategies to Umpire Netball
    SRSNTB007A Demonstrate Fundamental Positioning Skills to Umpire Netball
    Focuses on the skills, rules and tactics involved ion the game of Netball enabling an insight into coaching and umpiring the game.

    AFL (90 hours)
    SRSAFL001A Perform the Skills of AFL Football
    SRSAFL002A Perform the Tactics of AFL Football
    SRSAFL003A Participate in Conditioning for AFL Football
    SRSAFL010A Interpret and Apply Rules of AFL Football
    SRSAFL011A Use Communication Strategies to Umpire AFL Football
    SRSAFL012A Demonstrate Positioning Skills to Umpire AFL Football
    Focuses on the skills, rules and tactics involved in the game of Australian Rules Football enabling an insight into coaching and umpiring the game.

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

    Features
    This course also allows for the obtaining of other qualifications such as first aid, and coaching and officiating certifications within a variety of sports.

    Career Opportunities
    Sports coaching and officiating, program development and activity leadership, Sports Trainer and consultant.

    Further Study
    Diploma of Sport (Development) and university degree courses in Exercise Science, Physical Education and Human Movement.

    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
    Contact the department for further details

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