SIS30513 - Certificate III in Sport and Recreation
Certificate III in Sport and Recreation
This qualification reflects the role of individuals who apply the skills and knowledge to work in the sport and recreation industry in areas such as maintaining grounds and playing surfaces, providing customer service, housekeeping and or administrative assistance. This qualification also provides for multi skilled roles which combine a range of activities required to support the operation of facilities such as fitness centres, outdoor sporting grounds or complexes, aquatic centres and community recreation centres. All job roles are performed under supervision with some degree of autonomy.
The following are indicative job roles for this qualification:
15 units must be completed:
10 core units
5 elective units, which may be selected from the electives in this qualification or from units first packaged at AQF levels 2, 3 and 4 within SIS10; up to 2 of these elective units may be selected from any current accredited course or other Training Package, and must be units which are first packaged at AQF level 3.
In all cases selection of electives must be guided by the job outcome sought, local industry requirements and the characteristics of this qualification (as per the AQF descriptors).
Support implementation of environmental management practices
Provide responsible service of alcohol
Operate and monitor cellar systems
Provide table service of food and beverage
Provide responsible gambling services
Analyse and report on gaming machine data
Process and monitor event registrations
Coordinate on-site event registrations
Provide event staging support
Use hygienic practices for food safety
This qualification is suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship pathway.
There are no entry requirements for this qualification.
No licensing, legislation, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification of the endorsement.
The following table contains a summary of the employability skills required by the sport industry for this qualification. The employability skills facets described here are broad industry requirements that may vary depending on qualification packaging options.
Industry/enterprise requirements for this qualification include:
Communicating with clients and colleagues to determine and interpret their specific requirements; understanding verbal and written information on sport and recreation products and services; preparing accurate records of client details; completing maintenance records; empathising and negotiating acceptable solutions to client requests and complaints.
Initiative and enterprise
Adjusting work procedures to differences in equipment and facilities and changes in work environment; implementing correct action and following established procedures on discovery of an actual or potential emergency, security or safety hazard; identifying and discussing a range of ideas to improve own and colleagues work practices.
Knowing the sources of new information on the sport and recreation industry; accessing professional development opportunities to regularly update own knowledge and skills; sharing information with colleagues; updating knowledge and skills to accommodate changes in equipment and operating procedures.
Planning and organisation
Collecting, analysing and recording information to provide efficient support for sport and recreation programs and facilities; setting work priorities and scheduling own daily work activities to meet deadlines; following organisation policies and procedures to guide own work; Interpreting program schedules and timetables to determine priority and sequence of own tasks.
Identifying hazards and risks related to sport and recreation activities and facilities; clarifying the extent of, and resolving problems through negotiating with clients in a sensitive and culturally appropriate manner; taking responsibility for seeking assistance from colleagues to resolve issues; addressing equipment breakdowns that may occur in the course of use and adhering to organisation policies and procedures to guide solutions to problems.
Understanding and complying with the legal and ethical responsibilities that apply to own role in the sport and recreation industry; seeking and reflecting on feedback on own performance; acting on feedback from colleagues and supervisors on areas for improvement.
Working as a skilled team member; understanding own role in supporting the operation of sport and recreation facilities and servicing client needs; acknowledging accountability to other team members and working collaboratively with other sport and recreation personnel.
Understanding the operating capability of computer systems and software that assist in selling, planning and delivering sport and recreation products and services; safely using and maintaining sport and recreation equipment according to manufacturer specifications and organisational policies and procedures.