SIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (CRICOS course 0100394)

This exciting program will allow you to develop sport and recreation industry related knowledge and skills topped with adventure or sporting activity practice. What a great way to prepare for work opportunities or activity development while having great fun with fellow participants. You will learn a range of important functions within a team and individual performances while using your gained practical skills and knowledge. With certificate in hand, typical job outcomes may include activity assistant, customer service and retail assistants. Awesome right!

There are no entry requirements for this program so you can start your adventure by applying Now! (medical questionnaire may be required pending activity chosen)

The normal duration of this program is 6 months; however, program lengths may vary for Australian students based on self-study commitment and training plan arrangements including practical component.

The programs consists of training clusters incorporating delivery methods: self-study (online and workbooks), 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.

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.

For costs and fees of program please refer to fee’s and cost’s schedule (click to open/download) and funding opportunities page

Units of Competency

To get your totally awesome Certificate II in Sport and Recreation you need to complete 13 exciting units consisting of 8 core and 5 electives:

8 Core units
1)         BSBWOR202Organise and complete daily work activities
2)         HLTAID003Provide first aid
3)         HLTWHS001Participate in workplace health and safety
4)         SISXCAI002Assist with activity sessions
5)         SISXCCS001Provide quality service
6)         SISXEMR001Respond to emergency situations
7)         SISXIND001Work effectively in sport, fitness and recreation environments
8)         SISXIND002Maintain sport, fitness and recreation industry knowledge
5 Electives3 electives below plus 2 activity electives (imported)
3 General 
1)         SISOOPS201AMinimise environmental impact (imported)
2)         SISXCAI001Provide equipment for activities
3)         SISXFAC001Maintain equipment for activities
2 Imported activity units (activities may include Snorkel, SCUBA, Surfing, Golf, Martial arts, others on request)
4)         SISOSCB301ASCUBA dive in open water to a maximum depth of 18 metres (imported)
5)         SISOSCB304ANavigate prescribed routes underwater (imported)

SIS30115 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation (CRICOS course 0100395)

If you are the type of person who loves the outdoors and want to start or improve your outdoor skills with activities such as SCUBA diving, surfing and more, than this program was designed with you in mind.

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.

The normal duration of this program is 9 months; however, program lengths may vary for Australian students based on self-study commitment and training plan arrangements.

The programs consists of training clusters incorporating delivery methods: self-study (online and workbooks), 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 may commence and run along with the practical component.

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.

For costs and fees of program please refer to fee’s and cost’s schedule (click to open/download) and funding opportunities page

Units of Competency

This qualification consists of 15 units, 9 core and 3 mandatory elective units that build the fundamental knowledge plus 3 activity (e.g. diving) elective units that make your classroom the underwater world and teach you exciting diving skills in great diving locations from Cairns to the Gold Coast.

8 Core units
1)         BSBWHS303Participate in WHS hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control
2)         BSBWOR301Organise personal work priorities and development
3)         HLTAID003Provide first aid
4)         HLTWHS001Participate in workplace health and safety
5)         ICTWEB201Use social media tools for collaboration and engagement
6)         SISXCAI003Conduct non-instructional sport, fitness or recreation sessions
7)         SISXCAI004Plan and conduct programs
8)         SISXCCS001Provide quality service
9)         SISXEMR001Respond to emergency situations
Plus our 3 mandatory electives
1)         SISXCAI006Facilitate groups
2)         SISXFAC002Maintain sport, fitness and recreation facilities
3)         SISXRES001Conduct sustainable work practices in open spaces
SCUBA Electives(Select 1 of the following streams with 3 electives)
Stream 1: Openwater diver
  • SISOSCB301A SCUBA dive in open water to a max of 18 m
  • SISOSCB304A Navigate prescribed routes underwater
  • SISOOPS201A Minimise environmental impact
Stream 2: Advanced Openwater (prerequisite Openwater diver)
  • SISOSCB301A SCUBA dive in open water to a max of 18 m
  • SISOSCB303A Complete deep dives to between 18 and 40 m
  • SISOSCB313A Complete computer aided dives
Stream 3: Rescue Diver (prerequisite Openwater diver)
  • SISOSCB301A SCUBA dive in open water to a max of 18 m
  • HLTAID007 Provide advanced resuscitation (oxygen)
  • SISOSCB306A Perform diver rescues

Pictures may include: title ‘Your New Office’ with pictures of underwater fish etc

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