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You have

  • An interest in the outdoor environment
  • A desire to improve my practical outdoor skills.

May lead to

  • Further study
  • Work in sport, recreation or fitness, retail, sports administration or customer service or other areas of interest.

You have

  •  An interest in health or medicines including vitamins 

May lead to

  • Employment in pharmacy or similar environment 
  • Further study or specialisation 

You have

  • An interest in the outdoor environment
  • A desire to improve my practical outdoor skills.

May lead to

  • Further study
  • Work in eco-tourism, outdoor recreation or other areas of interest

You have

  • An interest in working in retail.

May lead to

  • Further study
  • Work in retail or other areas of interest.

You have

  • Effective communication and literacy skills.

May lead to

  • Further study
  • Work in hairdressing or other areas of interest.

You have

  • An interest in sport, recreation or fitness
  • A willingness to participate in both theory and practical sessions.

May lead to

  • Further study
  • Work in sport, recreation or fitness, retail, sports administration or customer service or other areas of interest.

You have

  • To have completed Certificate 1 in Sport and Recreation
  • Basic ICT, literacy and numeracy skills.

May lead to

  • Further study
  • Work in fitness or other areas of interest.

You have

No previous experience necessary

May lead to

  • Further study

You have

  • No previous experience
  • Fitness Experiences is designed to assist learners from all starting points to develop their personal skillset and knowledge of various fitness activities and training techniques

May lead to

  • A wide range of personal, vocational and further education and training options
  • A pathway to HPE courses such as: Athlete Development 2; Sport Science - Foundation 2; and Community Sport and Recreation 2; and VET Certificates I or II in Sport and Recreation
  • Vocational pathways which may include any role where physical literacy, a balanced healthy lifestyle, and positive communication skills are valued.

You have

  • No previous experience
  • An appropriate level of physical capacity and willingness to undertake outdoor activities.

May lead to

  • Outdoor Education 2
  • Community Sport and Recreation 2 
  • VET Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation

You have

  • No previous experience.

TASC course

Personal Care 1

May lead to

 
  • Be better prepared to approach a range of future roles including education, and/or employment
  • A healthy, balanced and happy life
  • Personal Health and Wellbeing 2 or Community Sport and Recreation 2.

You have

  • No previous experience.
  • Sport and Recreation Experiences is designed to assist learners from all starting points to develop their personal skillset, motivation and enjoyment of recreation activities, and a range of techniques and tactics appropriate to selected sport activities.

May lead to

  • A wide range of personal, vocational and further education and training options.
  • A pathway to HPE course such as: Community Sport and Recreation Level 2; Athlete Development Level 2; Sport Science - Foundation Level 2; and Personal
    • Health and Wellbeing Level 2; and VET Certificates I or II in Sport and Recreation.
    • After completing Sport and Recreation Experiences, vocational pathways may include any role where physical literacy, healthy lifestyle, communication and positive team skills are valued.

You have

  • ‘C’ in Year 10 Australian Curriculum HPE.
  • To play in a recognised sporting competition in the year of undertaking the course.

May lead to

  • Ongoing study in the areas of physical education, sport science, health studies, human movement, exercise science and personal training
  • A range of roles in the fitness, sport and recreation industry and involvement as a volunteer in sport.

You have

  • No previous experience

May lead to

  • Further education and employment in the fields of fitness, outdoor recreation and education, sports administration, community health and recreation and sport.

You have

  • No previous experience
  • ‘C’ in Year 10 Australian Curriculum HPE or an SA in Outdoor Experiences 1.

May lead to

  • Guiding, adventure tourism, natural science, training academies and Registered Training Organisations. The Defence Forces, State Police, Fire and Forestry Departments are also examples of employment areas in the public sector that rely on people with the skills and knowledge developed through studying this course.
  • A range of options in the adventure tourism industry and also may lead to further study such as Outdoor Leadership 3, Certificate III – Outdoor Recreation or tertiary studies.

You have

  • No previous experience
  • ‘C’ in Year 10 Australian Curriculum HPE or an SA in Personal Care 1.

May lead to

  • Other 11/12 HPE courses such as Community Sport and Recreation 2, Sports Science Foundation 2, and Outdoor Education 2, as well as providing background to support the transition to studying Level 3 courses in the HPE area.
  • Undertake VET qualifications such as: Certificate II/III in Sport and Recreation; Certificate III in Fitness, and Certificate III in Aquatics and Community Recreation.

You have

  • No previous experience
  • C’ in Year 10 Australian Curriculum HPE or an SA in Athlete Development 2 or Physical Recreation 2.

May lead to

  • Sport Science 3
  • Undertake VET qualifications such as: Certificate II in Community Activities; Certificate II in Aquatics and Community Recreation; and Certificate III in Fitness.
  • A career or further study in the sport industry.

You have

  • ‘B’ (or ‘C’ in consultation with teachers) in Year 10 Australian Curriculum English.

TASC course

Health Studies 3

May lead to

  • Further tertiary studies in faculties of Education (Health and Physical Education), Health Science and the Arts, and vocational study in areas such as community services and health, including aged care and health support, children’s services, community and disability services, and enrolled nursing.

You have

  • ‘B’ (or ‘C’ in consultation with teachers) in Year 10 Australian Curriculum English
  • Some background in outdoor activities or an SA in Outdoor Education 2 is desirable but not essential.

May lead to

  • A wide range of personal, vocational and further education and training options, this course provides a transferable skillset for learners wishing to move into areas of employment where there is a requirement for people managers and team workers, particularly those working outdoors and/or where leadership, responsibility, decision making and resourcefulness are crucial, such as The Defence Forces, Police, Ambulance and Fire Departments, the Antarctic Division, and Adventure Tourism and Education.
  • Further study in related VET courses or tertiary qualifications in Outdoor Education.

You have

  • ‘B’ (or ‘C’ in consultation with teachers) in Year 10 Australian Curriculum English
  • SA in Sport Science Foundation 2.

TASC course

Sport Science 3

May lead to

  • Further vocational and/or tertiary study including: health & allied health careers; human movement; exercise science; education; health science; physiotherapy; personal training; coaching and other sport related careers.

You have

  • To meet the requirements of my school or College
  • To have completed Year10, Australian Curriculum – Health and Physical Education.

May lead to

  • Access achievable pathways to further education and training, a range of employment outcomes, or inclusion in appropriate community option settings.

You have

  • To meet the requirements of my school or College
  • To have completed Year10, Australian Curriculum – Health and Physical Education.

May lead to

  • Access achievable pathways to further education and training, a range of employment outcomes, or inclusion in appropriate community option settings.

You have

  • To meet the requirements of my school or College
  • To have completed Year10, Australian Curriculum – Health and Physical Education.

May lead to

  • Access achievable pathways to further education and training, a range of employment outcomes, or inclusion in appropriate community option settings.

You have

  • To meet the requirements of my school or College
  • To have completed Year10, Australian Curriculum – Health and Physical Education.

May lead to

  • Access achievable pathways to further education and training, a range of employment outcomes, or inclusion in appropriate community option settings.