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SISSS00111 Pool Lifeguard Skill Set

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SISSS00111 Pool Lifeguard Skill set can be combined with PUA20119 Certificate II in Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue).

SISSS00111 Pool Lifeguard Skill set is a nationally recognised course that meets the requirements for a Pool Lifeguard. This skill set is for individuals wishing to work as a Pool Lifeguard.

Achievement of these units provides credit towards SIS31015 Certificate III in Aquatics and Community Recreation.

Learning Outcomes

  • HLTAID003 Provide first aid
  • PUAEME001 Provide emergency care
  • PUAEME003 Administer oxygen in an emergency situation
  • SISCAQU002 Perform basic water rescues
  • SISCAQU006 Supervise clients in aquatic locations
  • SISCAQU007 Perform advanced water rescues
Water and sustainability

Provide First Aid

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This course can be delivered at various sites in SE Queensland and is delivered via a 1 day course.

Provide First Aid – HLTAID003 is the National Standard in First Aid and includes HLTAID001 Provide CPR along with extensive first aid management training and practice.

The course can be provided at your school or workplace or alternatively, at our Tallebudgera Training Centre.

Upcoming Courses


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FSK20113 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways

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This course, from the Foundation Skills Training Package, is being delivered at various sites across Queensland.

It can be delivered in:

  • high schools
  • in schools with components delivered at an Outdoor or Environmental Education Centre, or,
  • at an Outdoor or Environmental Education Centre.

FSK20113 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways

FSK20113 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways:
  • contributes four QCE credits and satisfies QCE literacy and numeracy and completed core requirements
  • includes transferable workplace skills and knowledge e.g. Work health and safety, Indigenous cultural knowledge
  • builds students’ capability for workforce entry or vocational training pathways

This course is designed for high school students in the Senior Phase. It is targeted at, but not limited to, Indigenous students. The course can be completed in the school or at an alternative delivery site. Outdoor and Environmental Education Centres are utilised where possible to provide students with learning opportunities outside the traditional school setting, enable students to engage in hands-on learning in the natural environment and provide different scenarios for work-related tasks.

Learning Outcomes:

  • FSKRDG10 Read and respond to routine workplace information
  • FSKWTG09 Write routine workplace texts
  • FSKNUM14 Calculate with whole numbers, familiar fractions, decimals, percentages
  • FSKNUM15 Estimate, measure and calculate routine metric measurements for work
  • FSKOCM07 Interact effectively with others at work
  • FSKLRG09 Use strategies to respond to routine workplace problems
  • FSKLRG11 Use routine strategies for work-related learning
  • FSKDIG03 Use digital technology for routine workplace tasks
  • AHCILM302 Provide appropriate information on cultural knowledge
  • FSKNUM12 Identify and interpret information in familiar tables, graphs and charts for work
  • FSKNUM19 Interpret routine tables, graphs and charts for work
  • AHCWHS201 Participate in workplace health and safety processes
  • PUACOM001C Communicate in the workplace
  • FSKLRG10 Use routine strategies for career planning

This nationally recognised course can be completed in 6 months to 1 year and covers:

  • Language, literacy and numeracy skills in the workplace
  • Work Health and Safety
  • Australian Indigenous cultural knowledge
  • Employability skills and learning pathways

Suitable for students in Years 10 -12, this course contributes 4 points towards a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) and satisfies QCE literacy and numeracy, and completed core requirements.

For all enquiries, please contact Roslyn Cridland at Email: rcrid2@eq.edu.au; Mobile: 0477 345 184

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AHC21016 Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management

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This course is delivered at various locations utilising Environmental Education Centres. Contact us to for information on a venue near you.

AHC21016 Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management

AHC21016 Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management is a hands on course that provides students with the practical knowledge and skills required when maintaining natural places or working in the areas of conservation, parks and gardens or Indigenous land management.

The course is designed for high school students in the Senior Phase of learning. Some theory components may be completed at the school and practical skills are taught in the field or at an Outdoor or Environmental Education Centre. Students are then required to apply their skills by completing projects back in their community.

Learning Outcomes:

  • AHCWHS201 Participate in work health and safety processes
  • AHCWRK209 Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices
  • AHCFAU201 Recognise fauna
  • AHCILM201 Maintain cultural places
  • AHCILM202 Observe and report plants and/or animals
  • AHCNAR202 Maintain wildlife habitat refuges
  • AHCPGD201 Plant trees and shrubs
  • AHCPMG201 Treat weeds
  • AHCPCM201 Recognise plants
  • AHCNAR201 Carry out natural area restoration
  • AHCLSC205 Install tree protection devices
  • TLID1001 Shift materials safely using manual handling methods
  • AHCMOM203 Operate basic machinery and equipment
  • AHCILM302 Provide appropriate information on cultural knowledge
  • FSKLRG07 Use strategies to identify job opportunities

The course can be completed in 6 months to 1 year and covers:

  • Work Health and Safety
  • Australian Indigenous knowledge of country
  • Recognising and recording animals and plants
  • Restoring and maintaining natural and cultural places

Suitable for students in Years 10 -12, this course contributes 4 points towards their Queensland Certificate of Education.

For all enquiries, please contact Roslyn Cridland at Email: rcrid2@eq.edu.au; Mobile: 0477 345 184

AHC31516 Certificate III in Indigenous Land Management

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This course may be delivered by Environmental Education Centres across Queensland. It can be delivered one day per week or in blocks of learning over 1 – 2 years.

AHC31516 Certificate III in Indigenous Land Management provides a vocational outcome required for an Indigenous land worker operating within Aboriginal Communities, following Community protocols and using a mix of traditional and contemporary land management strategies.

The course covers:

  • Restoring and maintaining natural and cultural sites
  • Australian Indigenous knowledge of Country
  • Identifying plants and animals
  • Work Health and Safety
  • Environmentally sustainable work practices

For all enquiries, please contact Roslyn Cridland at Email: rcrid2@eq.edu.au; Mobile: 0477 345 184

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Cert 4 in Outdoor Recreation

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If you are currently working in the Education or Outdoor Recreation Industry and want to update your skills, we can work with you to help you gain your Cert 4 in Outdoor Leadership. The course is provided through a mix of face-to-face and online learning.  We specialise in helping teachers, outdoor leaders and youth workers upgrade existing Outdoor Recreation qualifications to a Certificate 4 or help them convert existing experience and skills into formal qualifications.

RPL

If you are a Teacher or Outdoor Recreation Leader with extensive experience in the outdoors, feel free to contact us about undertaking an RPL process to obtain your Certificate 4 in Outdoor Leadership. You will need to be currently working in an outdoor recreation environment and have access to either; experienced outdoor leaders with qualifications in Outdoor Recreation that are willing to vouch for your skills, or be able to come to one of our Adult Short Courses to allow us to validate your skills.

Our Certificate 4 in Outdoor Leadership is written specifically for teachers and outdoor recreation leaders currently working with young people using outdoor activities to help them achieve educational and personal developmental outcomes.

If you are interested in discussing with us how we can help you gain a Certificate 4 in Outdoor Leadership complete the following form and we will contact you.  If after talking to you we feel that we can help we will provide you with a personal training plan that outlines training options and associated costs.

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SIS30619 Certificate III in Outdoor Leadership

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SIS30619 Certificate III in Outdoor Leadership is the entry level qualification needed to lead groups of participants in outdoor recreation activities.

If you are interested in gaining qualifications to work in the Outdoor Recreation/Education industry this may be the course for you.

The course consists of 9 core units and 13 elective units completed by attending at least 2 Activity Specialisation areas.  Our current training courses are in Bushwalking, Canoeing and Artificial Climbing.

RPL

If you already have extensive experience in the guiding people in the outdoors and are currently working in an outdoor recreation environment, you may be eligible to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to obtain all or part of SIS30619 Certificate III in Outdoor Leadership. Contact us for more information.

SIS30619 Certificate III in Outdoor Leadership will provide you with the skills you need to lead groups in the outdoors.  The volume of learning for a Certificate III is typically one to two years according to the Australian Qualifications Framework.

This course is made up of self paced online training, and face-to-face training and assessment weekends.

We are limiting our student numbers to only 10 students per training weekend so if you think this could be the sort of opportunity you have been looking for, simply complete the following form and we will contact you or contact Will Hanrahan at – Email: whanr3@eq.edu.au; Mobile: 0436 837 851; Phone: 07 5520 9332 to discuss your options.

Our first intake for the Cert. 3 in Outdoor Leadership is 14th February 2020 but your actual start date will depend upon your chosen specialisation areas – Bushwalking, Canoeing or Artificial Climbing.

To discuss this course further prior to enrolling please complete the following form:

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Canoe Leader – Open, Flat and Grade 1 Water

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This course is delivered on the Gold Coast and is delivered over 3 practical weekends.

RPL

It may be possible to obtain these units via RPL if you are currently working in an outdoor recreation environment, have extensive experiences and have access to experienced outdoor leaders with Climbing qualifications who would be willing to vouch for your skills.

Canoe Leader - Open, Flat and Grade 1 Water

Canoe Leader - Open, Flat and Grade 1 Water

Flat water canoeing is an excellent tool for outdoor leaders to help students learn teamwork, communication and problem solving skills. This course will provide (or give you a chance to refresh) the skills and knowledge  to lead and supervise participants during canoeing activities on waterways that feature slow moving water conditions.  It covers the skills required to adjust activities according to prevailing conditions and participant capabilities.

As with all of our courses we pay special attention to how this activity can be used educationally by paying specific attention to teaching strategies, active reflection methods and how to help your group members transfer their learning to everyday life.

The course is run over 7 days and covers:

  • basic skills of canoeing
  • leading a canoe group
  • navigation
  • weather and environmental conditions
  • teaching and reflection strategies

This course will consist of:
  • precourse work,
  • attendance at a 3 day training course (Friday - Sunday),
  • a project and practice to be undertaken in your own time and,
  • 2 x 2 day overnight assessment weekends.

Those wishing to guide canoeing trips on flat and undemanding water.

Learning Outcomes:

  • SISOCNE002 Paddle a canoe on inland flatwater
  • SISOCNE003 Paddle a canoe on moving water up to grade 1 rivers
  • SISOCNE005 Lead canoeing activities on inland flatwater
  • SISOCNE006 Lead canoeing activities on moving water up to grade 1 rivers
  • SISOFLD006 Navigate in tracked environments
  • PUAOPE013 Operate communications systems and equipment
  • SISOFLD002 Minimise environmental impact
  • SISOPLN001 Finalise operation of outdoor recreation activities
  • SISOPLN004 Identify hazards, assess and control risks for outdoor recreation activities
  • SISOPLN005 Interpret weather and environmental conditions for outdoor recreation activities
  • SISXEMR001 Respond to emergency situations

Upcoming Courses

All Training Days are based at Tallebudgera OEEC and delivered around the southern end of the Gold Coast.

Assessments take place not more than about 1.5 hours from Tallebudgera OEEC at various locations throughout Northern NSW and Southeast QLD.

Participants on Canoe and Bushwalking courses need to attend an Assessment at Location 1 and an Assessment at Location 2 – please take this into consideration when enrolling in the courses.  If you are unsure please contact us for assistance.

Cost – $1,200 for all training and assessment.

Canoe Leader – Open, Flat and Grade 1 Water – TRAINING WEEKEND: 24/07/2020 – 26/07/2020

Canoe Leader – Open, Flat and Grade 1 Water – ASSESSMENT WEEKEND (Overnight): Location 1: 15/08/2020 – 16/08/2020

Canoe Leader – Open, Flat and Grade 1 Water – ASSESSMENT WEEKEND (Overnight): Location 2: 12/09/2020 – 13/09/2020

For all enquiries please contact Will Hanrahan – Email: whan3@eq.edu.au; Mobile: 0436 837 851

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Ocean and Pool Lifeguard Course – Students

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This course provides you with ability to receive your Certificate II in Public Safety (Aquatic Rescue) and your Pool Lifeguard Skillset all in one course.

This course is available to high school class groups through flexible delivery to accomodate each individual school’s needs. This course also contributes 4 points towards a student’s QCE.

The Certificate II in Public Safety is the nationally recognised equivalent of the Life Saving Bronze Medallion. It equips participants with the skills necessary to provide rescue and first aid services in an aquatic emergency. The Pool Lifeguard skill set is the nationally recognised award required to work as a Pool Lifeguard.

The course can be completed in 6 months to 1 year and covers:

  • Language, literacy and numeracy skills in the workplace
  • Occupational Health and Safety
  • Australian Indigenous cultural knowledge
  • Employability skills and learning pathways

If the course is facilitated by an Outdoor Education Centre, three Outdoor Recreation competencies can be included to give students experience in working in the outdoors.

Upcoming Pool Lifeguard Courses


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Upcoming Cert 2 in Public Safety Courses (Bronze Medallion)


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