Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation - SIS40115

SEDA Group Pty Ltd

Type of institution: Registered Training Organisation
Level: Pre-degree

This course provides you with a broad base of administrative, management and practical skills relevant and immediately usable across the sport and recreation industries. It offers the opportunity to develop a strong foundation of theoretical knowledge and to apply this in real-life situations and to develop specialised skills in areas of particular interest.


9 core units plus 7 electives.


  • Facilitate community recreation initiatives
  • Operate application software packages
  • Instruct water familiarisation, buoyancy and mobility skills
  • Manage a small team
  • Engage respectfully with young people
  • Respond effectively to behaviours of concern
  • Review human resource functions
  • Educate user groups
  • Work with diverse people
  • Manage human resource services
  • Implement facility maintenance programs
  • Develop work priorities
  • Develop and implement aquatic facility maintenance procedures
  • Support the recruitment, selection and induction of staff
  • Develop and lead community engagement strategies to enhance participation
  • Instruct swimming strokes
  • Develop and implement pool water maintenance procedures
  • Coordinate work teams or groups
  • Instruct water safety and survival skills
  • Perform basic water rescues
  • Coordinate lifeguard service at an aquatic facility
  • Process payroll
  • Perform advanced water rescues
  • Instruct approved community fitness programs
  • Coordinate facility and equipment acquisition and maintenance
  • Use communication to build relationships
  • Develop and review budgets for activities or projects
  • Identify risk and apply risk management processes
  • Contribute to leisure and health programming
  • Provide advanced first aid
  • Coordinate client service activities
  • Maintain work health and safety
  • Develop and provide community projects
  • Develop and maintain stakeholder relationships
  • Maintain legal knowledge for organisation governance
  • Implement board member responsibilities
  • Develop volunteer management policies
  • Undertake project work
  • Support youth programs
  • Maintain financial records
  • Provide first aid
  • Implement participation and engagement strategies
  • Maintain a general ledger
  • Facilitate inclusion for people with a disability
  • Analyse participation patterns
  • Manage contracts
  • Promote development of infants and toddlers in an aquatic environment
  • Address client needs
  • Develop and support relevant community resources
  • Recruit and manage volunteers
  • Test pool water quality
  • Assist participants with a disability during aquatic activities
  • Plan and conduct disability programs
  • Conduct sustainable work practices in open spaces
  • Operate self-contained breathing apparatus in an aquatic facility
  • Maintain aquatic facility plant and equipment
  • Plan and conduct programs
  • Conduct sport, fitness or recreation events
  • Develop and maintain networks and collaborative partnerships

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Hawthorn East Domestic: $2,270
No information available No
  • Part-time : 11 months
Darwin Domestic: $2,270
  • Part-time : 1 year

Further information

Students wishing to access WorkReady funding will be required to demonstrate satisfactory reading, writing and numeracy skills as part of course counselling before enrolling.

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