Course Details - SIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (Hamilton Secondary College)

 This course will not be offered in 2020, bit it is anticipated that it will be offered in the following year

ISCA TitleSport and Recreation
QualificationSIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation
RTOHamilton Secondary College (National Code 0561)
Host OrganisationHamilton Secondary College
Course Length2 semesters (1 year)
Course DescriptionThis qualification is designed to develop core skills and knowledge in the Sport and Recreation industry. It is ideal for those who wish to work in the industry in the future and is a good starting point for training at a higher level and who wish to work in locations such as fitness centres, outdoor sporting grounds and sporting complexes. By undertaking the Aquatics stream participants gain qualifications as a Pool Lifeguard with strong industry links to the SA Aquatics and Leisure Centre. Electives and course days may be subject to change.
PathwaysFurther Education Pathways - Certificate III in Sport and Recreation, Certificate III in Fitness, Certificate III Aquatics. Career Pathway - Traineeships, Personal Trainer, Sports Coach, Sports Marketing and Aquatics Instructor/Pool Lifeguard.
Entry RequirementsStudents should have a genuine interest in developing skills and knowledge related to working in the Sport and Recreation/Personal Training industry. A uniform/polo top will be issued to be worn to the course.
Other RequirementsAs a part of the application students will need to attend an interview. This is their chance to ask questions and demonstrate their interest, enthusiasm and potential to successfully complete the course. There may be some out of hours activities and events students are required to attend.
Delivery Location(s)Hamilton Secondary College, 815 Marion Road, MITCHELL PARK, SA, 5043
Dates and Times36 weekly sessions at Hamilton Secondary College on Thursdays from 09:00 until 15:15.
Commencement date 06/02/20.
Work Placement10 days
SACE DetailsSACE Stage 1, 40 SACE credits
Up to 40 in Stage 1
Units Of Competency
CoreBSBWOR202Organise and complete daily work activities20 nominal hours
 HLTAID003Provide first aid18 nominal hours
 HLTWHS001Participate in workplace health and safety20 nominal hours
 SISXCAI002Assist with activity sessions15 nominal hours
 SISXCCS001Provide quality service25 nominal hours
 SISXEMR001Respond to emergency situations18 nominal hours
 SISXIND001Work effectively in sport, fitness and recreation environments25 nominal hours
 SISXIND002Maintain sport, fitness and recreation industry knowledge30 nominal hours
 SISSSCO202Coach beginner or novice participants to develop fundamental perceptual motor skills28 nominal hours
ElectiveSISXCAI001Provide equipment for activities10 nominal hours
 SISXFAC001Maintain equipment for activities5 nominal hours
 SISSSCO101Develop and update knowledge of coaching practices30 nominal hours
 SISSSDE201Communicate effectively with others in a sport environment25 nominal hours
 SISXFAC002Maintain sport, fitness and recreational facilities14 nominal hours
Nominal hours are used for SACE purposes and are not reflective of actual delivery hours
Total Training Cost$565.00 GST exempt
Note: the above total training cost includes the Aquatics Stream costs, see below for costs without Aquatics Stream.

Course Fees: $190 for Aquatics stream. Students may be required (depending on choice of Work Placement Provider) to obtain a Police Clearance Check approximate cost: $55

Additional Costs: $375 (includes uniform and First Aid) or $565 (includes Pool Lifeguard Qualification)

Total: $375 (includes uniform and First Aid) or $565 (includes Pool Lifeguard Qualification)
Cost NotesIn addition to the course cost, an administration fee will apply as follows: Non-ISCA DECD school - $50 per enrolment Non-DECD school - $250 per enrolment (refer to member school tab for list of ISCA schools)
Number Of StudentsMinimum    10
Maximum   20
Selection ProcessStudents are required to sit a Language literacy and numeracy (LLN) assessment before commencing the course.
Orientation DetailsStudents will be taken through an orientation on day 1 of the course (Thursday 7th February).
Public TransportM44 Bus: Stop 22 West Side, Stop 21 East Side; Train: Marion or Ascot Park Stations
Contact PersonMs Desanka Arezina, Email
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