SIS20419 Certificate II in outdoor Recreation

About your adventure

This program is packed full of adventure, self-development and a fun time with friends. Its designed to provide you with exciting skills and interesting knowledge so you can be competent, happy and safe while performing essential skills in outdoor recreation environments and assist with the conduct of recreation activities. So, with the snorkel and SCUBA stream you learn core concepts about the recreation industry, the skills to SCUBA dive safely in environments consisting of the best facilities and ocean dive sites with fish life all part of the class room and adventure.

What you get with this awesome program:

    • SIS20419 Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation
    • International diving license program

 

You are eligible for JobTrainer funding if:

To be eligible to enrol in our SIS20419 Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation qualification funded under JobTrainer you must:

    • permanently reside in Queensland, and
    • be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident (includes humanitarian entrant), temporary resident with the necessary visa and work permits on the pathway to permanent residency, or a New Zealand citizen, and
    • have finished school or no longer be at school (including home schooled), and
    • not already be enrolled in training (includes VET and higher education courses), and
    • not have previously completed a qualification funded under the JobTrainer Fund, and
    • either be a job seeker or a school leaver or young person.

What is the definition of a job seeker?

A job seeker means an individual aged 15 years or older who is:

    • out of work, or
    • receiving income support payments

Evidence of the participant being a job seeker can be satisfied through:

    • Evidence of income support payments from Centrelink
    • Evidence the participant is in receipt of support from a JobActive, Disability Employment Services or Community Development provider
    • Declaration by the student that they are unemployed. Acceptable evidence includes a signed enrolment form or other pre-enrolment documentation allowing students to declare employment status and make an informed decision on eligibility.

What is the definition of a school leaver or young person?

A school leaver or young person means an individual who is aged 17 to 24 years, regardless of their employment status.

Evidence of school leaver or young person status:

    • Documented evidence of the prospective student’s age (e.g. drivers license, birth certificate)
    • Declaration specifying they are no longer at school

The normal duration of this program is 6 months; however, program lengths will vary to student’s own self-study commitment, local training arrangements and industry requirements.

The programs consists of training delivery methods: self-study online interactive learning, face to face and practical training (skills demonstration). Our course learning content and assessments have been written to facilitate and maximise an activity outcome therefore a number of our units commence and run along with the practical component. We have our own e-learning and interactive engineers to build our own unit specific content to really give you the best opportunity to not only complete but enjoy your learning experience.

Note: the SCUBA course license and program is not embedded in the Certificate course and is separate coursework.

There are no entry requirements for this qualification, however Scuba stream applicants must complete a dive questionnaire and pending responses, may need to undertake a Scuba dive medical at own expense. During the program students will need to demonstrate the ability to swim a set distance and tread water.

AGI will ask students to complete an Language, literacy and Numeracy (LLN) questionnaire before commencement to assist our staff to propose reasonable adjustments if required to the training delivery taking into account the learner’s LLN.

You must satisfactorily complete both your knowledge development including face to face and self-paced learning (online and distance) and skill development (activity performance with observations) components of each unit to be deemed competent for the qualification.

Units of Competency

11 units must be completed:

1.       HLTWHS001Participate in workplace health and safety
2.       SISOFLD001Assist in conducting recreation sessions
3.       SISOFLD002Minimise environmental impact
4.       SISXIND002Maintain sport, fitness and recreation industry knowledge
1.       SISOSNK001Snorkel
2.       SISCAQU002Perform basic water rescues
3.       SISOSCB001SCUBA dive in open water to a maximum depth of 18 metres
4.       SISOSCB004Navigate prescribed routes underwater
5.       PUAOPE013Operate communications systems and equipment
6.       SISXCAI001Provide equipment for activities
7.       SITXCOM002Show social and cultural sensitivity

Australian Global Institute RTO #31690, CRICOS Code #03784E