Certificate III in Sport and Recreation (13)
Northern College of the Arts and Technology
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No minimum education
This qualification is part of the Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package. It reflects the role of individuals who apply the skills and knowledge to work in the sport and recreation industry in areas such as maintaining grounds and playing surfaces, providing customer service, housekeeping and or administrative assistance. This qualification also provides for multi skilled roles which combine a range of activities required to support the operation of facilities such as fitness centres, outdoor sporting grounds or complexes, aquatic centres and community recreation centres. All job roles are performed under supervision with some degree of autonomy.
Subjects you can Study
Core: Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills; Organise personal work priorities and development; Provide first aid; Use social media tools for collaboration and engagement; Plan and conduct sport and recreation sessions; Provide customer service; Respond to emergency situations; Undertake risk analysis of activities; Follow work health and safety policies; Manage conflict. Electives: Work with key stakeholders; Organise participant travel; Develop and update knowledge of coaching practices; Coach beginner or novice participants to develop fundamental motor skills; Conduct basic warm-up and cool-down programs; plus more.
About Northern College of the Arts and TechnologyNorthern College of the Arts and Technology is a Registered Training Organisation. It caters for students seeking education in the arts, trades or technologies. The College provides a mature study environment which fosters individuality and personal growth, with courses that meet current tertiary, TAFE and industry requirements.
Provider CRICOS: 00861K RTO code: 6736
Certificate IIICourse code: SIS30513
- Full-time internal = 10 months
15 units: 10 core; 5 elective
No minimum education
Life after Study
Recreation officers develop, support and coordinate sport and recreation programmes and services for the benefit of the community.
Sports administrators manage sports clubs, associations and peak bodies, undertaking activities such as promoting their sport, obtaining corporate sponsorship and refining the rules and structure. Sports administrators usually work with a voluntary board or committee to develop strategies and programmes to achieve the aims and policies of the club, association or peak body.