Fitness Experiences 1

Level: 1
Hours: 50
TCE CP: 5
Recommended Prior Study: No entry requirements
May Lead To: Further study
Campus: Mt Heights

This course aims to support students develop and undertake a fitness program that is structured around students setting and recording progress towards their personal fitness goals.

Outdoor Experiences 1

Level: 1
Hours: 50
TCE Credit Points: 5 pts
Recommended Prior Study: No entry requirements
May Lead To: Further study
Campus: Hellyer - CCB, Rosebery, Smithton, Mt Heights

Students acquire skills to allow for safe and responsible outdoor recreation practice, including basic navigation techniques, weather forecasting basics, sustainable practice and responsibly managing the environment.

Sport and Recreation Experiences 1

Level: 1
Hours: 100
TCE Credit Points: 10 pts
Recommended Prior Study: No entry requirements
May Lead To: Further study 
Campus: Smithton

This course helps students improve skills and build knowledge in an inclusive and fun way. Students learn at least four different sport and recreation activities through practical experience.

Athlete Development 2

Level: 2
Hours: 150
TCE Credit Points: 15 pts
Recommended Prior Study: Currently training under the supervision of a qualified coach
May Lead To: Further study 
Campus: Hellyer

Athlete Development focuses on sports specific learning. The course prepares students with the necessary critical elements leading to an improvement in their chosen sport, emphasising technical development, physical preparation and sports specific knowledge.

Students must be undertaking a recognised sporting competition and be connected to a qualified coach. 

Community Sport and Recreation 2

Level: 2
Hours: 150
TCE Credit Points: 15
Recommended Prior Study: No entry requirements
May Lead To: Athlete Development 2, Sport Science 2
Campus: Hellyer

Students studying this course will develop sport and recreation skills, knowledge and understanding of health and fitness concepts, and the capacity to work constructively with others. This subject has both practical and theoretical components.

Outdoor Education 2

Level: 2
Hours: 150
TCE Credit Points: 15 pts
Recommended Prior Study: No entry requirements
May Lead To: Outdoor Leadership 3 
Campus: Hellyer

Outdoor Education is designed to foster the development of independence and self-sufficiency within the context of outdoor recreational activities.

Skills and knowledge will be developed through theoretical learning and experiences in a range of outdoor activities. These include overnight camps. 

Sport Science Foundation 2

Level: 2
Hours: 150
TCE Credit Points: 15 pts
Recommended Prior Study: No entry requirements
May Lead To: Employment, Sport Science 3
Campus: Hellyer

In Sport Science Foundation students develop an understanding of the importance of physical activity, sport, recreation and fitness in their lives as well as an understanding of how the body functions and the factors that influence sporting performance. This course provides opportunities to apply theory in a practical context through participating in sports and practical laboratory activities.

Health Studies 3

Level: 3
Hours: 150
TCE Credit Points: 15 pts
TCE Skills: Literacy
Recommended Prior Study: Abv-L to Wabv standard (Std-H with consultation) in English or CA in English Foundation or Personal Health and Wellbeing.
May Lead To: Study and careers in education and a wide range of health-related areas.
Campus: Hellyer

In Health Studies, students will learn about and investigate health in the context of personal health, Australian health and global health.

This approach is a continuum of learning where students will develop the knowledge, skills and understanding enabling a global perspective of health.

Outdoor Leadership 3

Level: 3
Hours: 150
TCE Credit Points: 15 pts
TCE Skills: Literacy
Recommended Prior Study: Experience in Outdoor Education. Abv-L to Wabv standard (Std-H with consultation) in English.
May Lead To: Further study
Campus: Hellyer

Outdoor Leadership encourages students to develop effective leadership techniques, a positive relationship with others and the natural environment, including awareness and responsibility for its care and conservation.

There is an overnight camp, as part of the course. 

Sport Science 3

Level: 3
Hours: 150
TCE Credit Points: 15 pts
Recommended Prior Study: Abv-L to Wabv standard in English or CA in English Foundation or Sports Science Foundation.
May Lead To: Further study
Campus: Hellyer

Sport Science encompasses the physiological, psychological and skill acquisition components when planning and analysing human performance. This theoretical course has been designed to allow students to develop their skills, knowledge and understanding of issues related to high-level athletes' training and performance.

SIR201162TA - Certificate II in Community Pharmacy

Level: 2
Hours: 300
TCE Credit Points: 30 pts (TBC)
Recommended Prior Study: No entry requirements
May Lead To: Certificate III or IV in Community Pharmacy
Campus: Burnie

Delivered by the Pharmacy Guild - Burnie High Campus: The Pharmacy Guild of Australia is a nationally Registered Training Organisation (RTO 0452)

This course provides students with the skills required to work as a pharmacy assistant. A big part of a pharmacy assistant's role is to interact with customers and find out how the pharmacy can best meet their needs.

Pharmacy assistants are responsible for a wide range of duties which can include accepting prescriptions, providing information on infant care, pharmacy only medicines, wound care, vitamin supplements and giving beauty advice.

Once working as a pharmacy assistant, there are opportunities to specialise in areas that interest you. You can further your career by completing additional training through Certificate III in Community Pharmacy and Certificate IV in Community Pharmacy.

These areas can include dispensary assistant, vitamin consultant, hair and beauty consultant, stock control manager or retail pharmacy manager. Please contact Burnie High School for further information.

SHB20121 - Certificate II In Retail Cosmetics

Level: 2
Hours: 300
TCE Credit Points: 30+ pts
Recommended Prior Study: No entry requirements
May Lead To: Employment, Further study in the area
Campus: Hellyer
Delivered by: Department for Education, Children and Young People Registered Training Organisation
RTO Code: 60100

This will suit you, if:
You have an interest in cosmetics and working in retail.

Overview:
This qualification provides the skills and knowledge to sell and demonstrate beauty and cosmetic products and services. Upon successful completion, you may be able to work as a retail sales consultant in a beauty and hairdressing salon or a retail outlet.

You will learn:

  • how to operate a point-of-sale system
  • how to manage stock and minimise theft 
  • about customer service and effective communication in the workplace
  • how to stay healthy and safe in the workplace
  • the skills employers value in young workers.

In a typical lesson you might:

  • create a product display
  • collect information on products
  • roleplay selling goods and services
  • undertake a practical work placement.

SHB20216 - Certificate II in Salon Assistant

Level: 2
Hours: 300
TCE Credit Points: 30+ pts
Recommended Prior Study: No entry requirements
May Lead To: Employment, Apprenticeship
Campus: Hellyer
Delivered by: Department for Education, Children and Young People Registered Training Organisation
RTO Code: 60100

This will suit you, if:
You have an interest in hairdressing and working in a hair salon.

Overview:
This qualification provides a range of basic skills and knowledge for assisting with client services in a hairdressing salon. It provides a pathway to further training for becoming a qualified hairdresser.

You will learn:

  • about the hairdressing industry
  • about providing shampoo and basin services
  • how to prepare clients for salon services
  • how to conduct financial transactions
  • how to stay safe and healthy in the workplace, including First Aid
  • the skills employers value in young workers.

In typical lessons you might:

  • watch practical demonstrations
  • wash, dry, colour or braid hair
  • undertake a practical work placement.

CHC22015 - Cert II in Community Services (Health Focus)

Level: 2
Hours: 300
Recommended Prior Study: No entry requirements
Campus: Parklands
Delivered by: Department for Education, Children and Young People Registered Training Organisation
RTO Code: 60100

This will suit you, if:
You have an interest in supporting individuals and families within the health sector.

Overview:
This qualification would suit someone wishing to work in, and progress to, a career in the health services industry. This qualification provides skills and knowledge for work in a variety of health settings. You will learn how to support a diverse range of individuals as a first point of contact. At this level, work takes place under direct, regular supervision within clearly defined guidelines.

You will learn:

  • about the role nurses play in health care
  • how the body works
  • how to stay safe and healthy in the workplace
  • how to communicate and work in health services.

In typical lessons you might:

  • learn from people who work in health industry
  • participate in simulations and excursions directly related to the health industry
  • participate role play or group activities
  • visit workplaces and participate in a practical work placement.

Contact Parklands High for more information.

SIS20122 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation

Level: 2
Hours: 300
TCE Credit Points: 30 pts
Recommended Prior Study: No entry requirements
May Lead To: Community Coach, Further study in the area
Campus: Penguin
Delivered by: Department for Education, Children and Young People Registered Training Organisation
RTO Code: 60100

This will suit you, if:
You have an interest in sport, recreation, or fitness.

Overview:
This qualification provides the skills and knowledge to assist with the delivery of sport and recreation activities and customer service duties. It may lead to further study, or work in sport, aquatic and recreation centres or facilities.

You will learn:

  • about the sport and recreation industry
  • about sports coaching, administration and managing sporting events
  • how to stay safe and healthy in the workplace, including First Aid
  • how to organise events and work as a team.‚Äč

In a typical lesson, you might:

  • be part of a coaching or umpiring course
  • manage an event
  • visit sporting or recreational facilities
  • undertake a practical work placement.

Please contact Penguin High School for more information. 

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