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SIS10 SPORT, FITNESS AND RECREATION TRAINING PACKAGE Version 2.

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19 October 2012 Case for Endorsement

SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package Version 2.0 Case For Endorsement

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About Service Skills Australia


Service Skills Australia (SSA) is the Industry Skills Council (ISC) for the service industries. Skills councils are the recognised national bodies providing advice on industry training and skills development needs to government and industry. Service Skills Australia represents the interests of businesses across sectors including retail and wholesale, sport, fitness, community recreation, outdoor recreation, tourism, meetings and events, hospitality, restaurants and catering, caravans, hairdressing, beauty, floristry, community pharmacy and funeral services. Service Skills Australia supports skills development for our industries by: 1. providing industry intelligence and advice to Skills Australia, government and enterprises on workforce development and skills needs; 2. actively supporting the development, implementation and continuous improvement of high quality training and workforce development products and services, including training packages. SSA currently manages a total of 10 industry training packages; 3. providing independent skills and training advice to enterprises, including matching identified training needs with appropriate training solutions; and 4. working with enterprises, employment service providers, training providers and government to allocate training places.

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Table of contents
About Service Skills Australia ......................................................................................................... 3 Table of contents ............................................................................................................................. 4 Overview ........................................................................................................................................... 6 The Context .................................................................................................................................. 6 The Process ................................................................................................................................. 7 Key Areas of Change ................................................................................................................... 9 Section 1 Responsiveness and Recognition Quality Principles.................................................. 14 Reflects contemporary work organisation and job profiles .................................................... 14 Driven by industry needs .......................................................................................................... 14 Responds to government broad policy initiatives ................................................................... 17 Recognises convergence and connectivity of skills ................................................................ 17 Supports movement of skills within and across organisations and sectors ......................... 17 Promotes national and international portability ...................................................................... 18 Reflects licensing and regulatory requirements...................................................................... 18 Report by Exception .................................................................................................................. 18 Section 2 Flexibility and Functionality Quality Principles ............................................................ 21 Meets the diversity of individual and enterprise needs .......................................................... 21 Supports equitable access and progression of learners ........................................................ 21 Supports learner transition between education sectors ........................................................ 21 Supports implementation across a range of settings ............................................................. 22 Supports sound assessment practice...................................................................................... 22 Does not impose structural barriers to implementation......................................................... 23 Section 3 Impact of Changes........................................................................................................ 24 Implications ............................................................................................................................... 24 Industry imperatives .................................................................................................................. 24 Impact of changes for stakeholders ........................................................................................ 24

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Systemic issues ......................................................................................................................... 25 Appendix A - Components for Endorsement ................................................................................ 27 Qualifications ............................................................................................................................. 28 Qualification Packaging Rules .................................................................................................. 29 Units of Competency List .......................................................................................................... 30 Occupational and licensing requirements ............................................................................... 31 Mapping information ................................................................................................................. 32 Training Package modification history ..................................................................................... 54 Appendix B - Quality Assurance Reports ...................................................................................... 59 Quality Review ........................................................................................................................... 60 Editorial Report .......................................................................................................................... 61 Equity Report ............................................................................................................................. 62 Appendix C - Letters of Support .................................................................................................... 63 Appendix D - State training authority feedback ........................................................................... 64 Appendix E ..................................................................................................................................... 65 Enrolment and other data related to qualifications ................................................................ 65

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Overview
The SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package (SIS10) was endorsed on 21 December 2010, and first released on NTIS on 6 June 2011. The SIS10 Version 1.3 was released on Training.gov.au (TGA) 28 November 2011. The current Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications were revised at the beginning of a lengthy review process in 2008 that saw four separate training packages rolled into one. This being some years ago, these Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications no longer reflect contemporary industry practices. The redevelopment of the Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications was seen as a high priority and resulted in the SIS10 Sports Continuous Improvement (CI) Project. Additionally, the Cross Sector units were reviewed and updated where necessary to ensure application across all industry sectors in SIS10.

The Context
Sporting organisations are dealing with significant policy reform as a result of the Independent Sport Panels review of Sport and the subsequent release of the Australian Governments response to the report. The response, contained in the Governments direction for sport, Australian Sport: The Pathway to Success, includes a commitment to the development of the National Sport and Active Recreation Policy Framework, the development of the National Preventative Health Strategy, and ongoing reform of the national education and training sector. Alongside the changing landscape of the industry there is a need to support increased professionalism and improved management skills, including business planning, budgeting, human resources, leadership and governance. The need for more leaders in sports governance positions was also raised by the Australian Governments Independent Sports Panel in 2009. Service Skills Australias (SSAs) work indicates that the culture of managing volunteers needs to change significantly and reflect more of the practices and behaviours that are commonplace in the commercial working environment. On some level, sport and recreation organisations that utilise volunteers need to make greater use of contemporary human resource practices. Governance skills remain a training priority for volunteers, as the consequences of not having these skills can be severe. Other training need areas identified through SSAs Environmental Scans include soft skills like conflict management, technical skills and customer service skills. In Australias sport industry the seventy plus National Sporting Organisations (NSOs) vary in size and capacity, but deliver the majority of training for coaches and officials, generally with State Sporting Organisations (SSOs). These NSOs and SSOs use a competency-based assessment model designed by the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) for coaches (National Coaching Accreditation Scheme or NCAS) and for officials (National Officiating Accreditation Scheme or NOAS). Once a coach or official is deemed competent, the NSO issues the coach or official with accreditation and registration. However, this industry-based training is not directly aligned with the National Training System competencies or standards, meaning that qualifications issued under one system may not be recognised by the other. This has been an ongoing area of concern and has limited sports engagement with the National Training System.
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Subsequently, the SIS10 Version 2.0 submission comprises: Two new qualifications Thirteen revised Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications Forty-one new and revised sport units Ten new sport skill sets One revised sport skill set Thirteen new and revised Cross Sector units.

A list of these can be found at Appendix A Components for Endorsement. ISC Upgrade Continuous improvement updates which have been made to the majority of the Cross Sector units are in the category of Industry Skills Council (ISC) upgrade. This means minor amendments have been made such as fine tuning the repetition of language and updating the units to ensure their applicability across all sectors in SIS10. This submission also includes an ISC upgrade of minor changes in the outdoor recreation skill sets and elective offerings in qualifications.

The Process
The continuous improvement process of SIS10 commenced over 12 months ago in 2011. This was overseen by SSAs Sport, Fitness and Recreation Industry Advisory Committee (IAC) who observe that the process is performed in a transparent and ethical manner. Service Skills Australias Sport, Fitness and Recreation IAC membership comprises representatives from the following organisations: Above and Below Adventure Company Pty Ltd Australian Rugby League Development Australian Services Union Australian Sports Commission, Director District Council of Mount Barker Fitness Australia NSW Sports Federation Incorporated Queensland Fitness Sport and Recreation Skills Alliance Royal Life Saving Society of Australia South Yarra Sports Centre Sport SA YMCA Australia

The following diagram provides an overview of the Training Package Quality Management System (TPQMS) which underpins SSAs cycle of continuous improvement process.

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Discussions around rectifying the unresolved concerns in the Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications, commenced soon after endorsement of the new SIS10. Transition workshops to assist stakeholders in implementing the new SIS10 were held across most states and territories during April and May 2011, in which a significant number of issues impacting on the continuous improvement of SIS10 were highlighted. A high level timeline summary of consultations and feedback that have occurred over the past year is included in Table 1.
Table 1. High level timeline summary

Month and Year


April to June 2011

High Level Timeline - Summary SIS10 Version 2.0 Process


Transition workshops to the new SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package provided preliminary issues and feedback which led into the SIS10 continuous improvement process. The well-known issues were also highlighted in the issue register at that time. Meeting of the SSA Sport, Fitness and Recreation IAC on 27 July 2011. Discussion around the SIS10 transition and continuous improvement model. Preliminary drafting and discussions with key industry stakeholders. Meeting of the SSA Sport, Fitness and Recreation IAC on 28 September 2011. Continuing discussions on continuous improvement process of SIS10. Industry Think Tanks held to view preliminary drafts of proposed changes to the Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications and units. Consultation and discussions with key industry stakeholders and NSOs. Draft One of the SIS Sport and SIS Cross Sector continuous improvement projects open on the SSA online feedback register for a six week period from 3 April and closed on 15 May 2012. Meeting of the SSA Sport, Fitness and Recreation IAC on 16 February 2012. Continuing discussions on continuous improvement of SIS10 and issues raised. Analysis of feedback and preparation for the Draft Two.

End July 2011

June to October 2011 End September 2011

October and November 2011

December to February 2012 Early April to mid May 2012

Late May 2012

Late May to mid July 2012 Early August 2012

Meeting of the SSA Sport, Fitness and Recreation IAC on 3 August 2012. Continuing discussions on continuous improvement of SIS10 and issues raised. Draft Two of the SIS Sport and SIS Cross Sector continuous

Late July to mid August

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Month and Year


2012

High Level Timeline - Summary SIS10 Version 2.0 Process


improvement projects open and available for feedback and consultation for three weeks from 24 July and closed on 15 August 2012.

Key Areas of Change


Sport, and Sport and Recreation Qualifications The depth of feedback received from the national transition workshops highlighted particular areas of alarm around the many gaps in the Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications. The issues were extensive and ranged from, but not limited to: improving the Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualification structures to reflect better industry needs and coverage on Sport, and Sport and Recreation working environments re-including sport officiating units including more sport content in the core of the generic qualifications including introductory knowledge on sports law including units on governance and how to work with a board and committee updating sport specific units to reflect current practice and changing industry standards aligning closer the Training Package units and the industry accepted accreditation schemes.

Considerable changes have been made to the Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications to address these issues, and therefore this submission proposes: One new sport officiating certificate One new sport and recreation diploma Thirteen revised qualifications Forty-one new and revised sport units o Basketball, Golf, Tennis, Sport Coaching, Sport Officiating and Sport Development Ten new sport skill sets: o Officiating Basketball Referee o Organisation Governance - Board o Organisation Governance Committee o Community Coach o Intermediate Coach o Advanced Coach o Officiating - Dynamic o Officiating - Static o Officiating - Advanced o Community Coach - Tennis

Cross-Sector Units The continuous improvement of the cross-sector units was integrated into the Sport Continuous Improvement project.

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New cross-sector units have been developed to cover gaps such as working with groups of volunteers, organising sporting and recreation competitions and small to medium events to using new technology to enhance performance skills. It was also identified that a gap existed primarily at AQF level 4, related to the skills associated with coordinating work teams or groups. The existing retail unit focuses on dealing with a work team of paid employees and is centred on increasing sales performance, which is not relevant in all sport and recreation contexts. The small business unit has some suitable elements, but essentially is designed for dealing with one team of paid employees. Neither unit covers working with groups of volunteers, or multiple groups. Existing events units appear to have a gap between providing event support functions (registration, staging) and managing multi venue events that address conducting medium size sporting competitions or recreation events such as fun runs and open days. Additionally, this submission includes: Fourteen new and revised cross-sector units.

Furthermore, ISC upgrade changes to all cross-sector units have been made, including: addition within units of fitness to relevant references to sport and recreation, now referred to as sport, fitness and recreation to reflect the title of the training package modifications to language to reflect all sectors where appropriate elimination of repetitive language such as references to according to organisation policies and procedures. The requirement to follow organisation policies and procedures is now included in Critical Aspects of Assessment and/or Required Knowledge and Skills statements. In some units the range statement for organisation policies and procedures has been deleted and the information included in Required Knowledge language has been updated and simplified where possible in lower level units references to responsible person, supervisor, appropriate personnel, relevant person and relevant other have been replaced with supervisor for consistency in higher level units references to responsible person, appropriate personnel, relevant person and relevant other have been replaced with manager for consistency.

All cross-sector units have been updated for their applicability across all the areas of the Training Package, and their language simplified. Draft One To address the identified shortcomings and commence development of a Draft One, over seventy industry representatives were invited to two Think Tanks, one in Sydney in October 2011 focusing on the Sport specific qualifications and one in Melbourne in November 2011 focusing on the generic Sport and Recreation qualifications. Participants were provided with a preliminary draft of proposed changes, to which they indicated in principle agreement or suggested further amendments. These Think Tanks were not an end point, but rather helped to inform the Draft One revised qualifications for wider stakeholder consultation. Twenty-six organisations participated in the Thinks Tanks, including: Aquatics and Recreation Victoria

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Australian Canoeing Association Australian Sports Commission AUSTSWIM Basketball Australia Charttes Industry Training Advisory Council, NT Dangerous Minds Department of Education, Newcastle Equestrian Australia Gordon TAFE (The Gordon) Gymnastics Australia Gymnastics NSW North Melbourne Institute of Technology NSW Sports Federation NSW TAFE Professional Golfers Association of Australia Royal Life Saving Australia Seams, Sports and Education Management Specialist Skillshub Victoria Smart Connections Training Company Surf Life Saving Australia Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association TAFE SA Tennis Australia VicSport Victorian Fitness Academy

Based on the feedback from the SIS10 Transition workshops and the Think Tanks, the required changes were broadly grouped into five key themes: 1. Given increased compliance obligations, occupational health and safety/work health and safety, legal obligations and risk need better coverage 2. Generic Sport and Recreation qualifications do not have enough industry specific content in the core and also need to include event management competencies in electives 3. Higher-level qualifications do not have sufficient depth and are missing core management and business skills 4. Sport qualifications do not align with the NCAS or NOAS, do not reflect the real scope of practice at each AQF level and need more industry specific units, while the removal of officiating units is seen as a loss 5. Conflict resolution, client service and people management skills need enhancing. Following the outcomes of the Think Tanks, SSA and the ASC commenced the process to refine the coaching general principles and officiating units to more directly align to the NCAS and NOAS, which are currently being reviewed and updated by the ASC. As this work had a direct impact on the structure and content of the Sport qualifications, these were also revised based on the discussions with the ASC. In-depth consultations before and during the Draft One and Draft Two periods were also conducted with Tennis Australia, Basketball Australia, Surfing Australia and the Professional Golfers Association.
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Draft One of the SIS Sport and SIS Cross Sector continuous improvement projects were open on the SSA online feedback register for a six week period from 3 April and closed on 15 May 2012. During the month of April 2012, e-newsletters, and email notices were sent out to a broad range of stakeholders advising that Draft One was open and available for comment through the SSA online feedback register including: State Networks, Industry Training Advisory Bodies State Training Authority contacts Over four hundred sport, fitness and recreation RTO contacts Sydney and Melbourne Think Tank participants Over three hundred SIS10 Transition RTO workshop attendees Sixty Industry Associations and Peak Bodies contacts National Sporting Organisations (NSOs) and State Sport Organisations (SSOs) via the ASC.

During the Draft One feedback stage, some concerns were raised by two RTO groups across Victoria and Queensland about the proposed merging of the three SIS10 Version 1.3 qualifications SIS50110 Diploma of Facility Management, SIS50410 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Administration and SIS50510 Diploma of Sport Development into a new qualification - the Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management. After the feedback for the Draft One was closed, two other RTOs across South Australia and New South Wales also indicated similar concern. At this stage, SSA considered separating out the Diploma of Sport Development, however it still remained that the core units across the qualifications were very much the same with considerable duplication. Based on the information at hand, SSA in liaison with the ASC decided to keep the merged qualification in the Draft Two. Draft Two Feedback on Draft Two closed on 15 August 2012, after being open for a feedback period of three weeks. Service Skills Australia communicated project updates and reminders to provide feedback to stakeholders on a regular basis via email and the monthly SSA e-newsletter. Stakeholder feedback was collated, analysed and changes were incorporated where relevant. Service Skills Australias responses to recommendations and feedback which arose from Draft One were provided to all stakeholders in the document Draft Two: Sport Continuous Improvement (CI) Project Guide dated 20 July 2012. Stakeholders were also given questions to consider and comment on for the Draft Two. During the Draft Two feedback period there was an escalation of resistance from various stakeholders in strong opposition to: merging the Diploma of Sport Development into the proposed Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management (but supported the merging of the Diploma of Facility Management and Diploma of Sport and Recreation Administration components into one qualification) merging the three units 1) Provide drugs in sport information, 2) Develop nutritional strategies, and 3) Support athletes to adopt principles of sports psychology, into one very large unit, the proposed Prepare athletes for competition.

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Service Skills Australia considered the range of issues in liaison with the Sport, Fitness and Recreation IAC and the following agreement was reached: to keep the Diploma of Sport Development as a separate qualification, instead of merging into the one qualification to maintain the merging of the Diploma of Facility Management with the Diploma of Sport and Recreation Administration into the new SIS50712 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management to keep as separate the three units in question.

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Section 1 Responsiveness and Recognition Quality Principles


Service Skills Australia is confident that SIS10 Version 2.0 meets the requirements of the quality principles: Reflects contemporary work organisation and job profiles Driven by industry needs Responds to government broad policy initiatives Recognises convergence and connectivity of skills Supports movement of skills within and across organisations and sectors Promotes national and international portability Reflects licensing and regulatory requirements.

Reflects contemporary work organisation and job profiles


The revised qualifications in SIS10 Version 2.0 reflect contemporary work organisation and job profiles. For example: The SIS30912 Certificate III in Officiating, reflects the professionalism of officiating at a regional, state or territory level. This qualification reflects the role of the official within the constraints of the NSOs structures and requirements, and is most likely for someone who is looking to make a career out of officiating. The Sport Coaching qualifications now accurately reflect the job profiles (paid or unpaid) of community coach, intermediate coach and advance level coach The SIS50712 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management provides for the depth of business and management skills required to meet the skills gaps in facility and event management within the industry.

Sport industry job roles not exclusive to one AQF level It should be noted that some roles of those working in the sport and recreation sector require individuals to perform functions that are not exclusive to one AQF level. The inclusion of one or two higher level units has been offset by some lower level units (for example SIS50712 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management which includes two AQF level 6 units to cover critical skills highlighted by employers, but also some AQF level 4 units that are also required for success in the role). Other roles are very narrow in terms of skills performed in a controlled environment, for example in officiating.

Driven by industry needs


The SIS10 Version 2.0 is driven by industry needs as indentified in SSAs Environmental Scan 2012. The ageing Australian population, coupled with the low birth rate, has had an impact on the talent pool for elite sport. As a result, this is driving higher skill requirements for coaches charged with developing high performers. Consequently, skills such as performance analysis and skill acquisition are gaining importance. Skill acquisition involves conducting research to design training programs that give athletes a competitive edge, while performance analysis

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focuses on coaches use of information and communications technology to develop athlete performance in training and competition environments 1. The ASCs online entry level training in coaching and officiating is also highly used in the sport sector. Over 100,000 learners undertook the online entry level training in coaching and 20,000 learners undertook the training in officiating from June 2010 to June 2011. 2 Coaching The NCAS, managed by the ASC is Australias system of training and accrediting coaches, and has been in existence for over thirty years. NCAS training programs include the following components: coaching general principles generic principles of coaching and athletic performance that apply to all sports. Coaching general principles may be included in specific training programs, or they can be completed separately. sport-specific skills, techniques, strategies and approaches to the particular sport.

There are three levels of coaching general principles; community, intermediate and advanced. For NCAS registration, NSOs must include the community coaching general principles in their entry level accreditation. The other levels of general principles are optional for inclusion in NCAS training programs by NSOs. NSOs determine their own accreditation framework, including the name and number of levels within their coaching framework. For example, one NSO may have three entry levels within their coaching framework and no progression to other levels, while another NSO may have only one entry level and multiple levels of progression within their coaching framework. Therefore the only consistency between NSOs is at the entry level of accreditation. For any other levels, they are at the discretion of the NSO. The coaching units in SIS10 Version 2.0 have been revised, and the three skill sets which have been developed meet the coaching levels which can be attained in the industry. The competencies in these skill sets meet the skill requirements for the respective level of sport coach when combined with their individual sports NCAS technical requirements. Community Coach Intermediate Coach Advanced Coach.

The ASC will map all general principles against the new units of competence in the immediate future with a view to providing NSOs with clear guidance on how the two systems align. This will allow NSOs to better integrate their sport specific component with the general principles component covered by the revised competency standards, reducing overlap and facilitating skill recognition processes. The ASC is also currently reviewing the Beginning Coaching General Principles (BCGP) and the Active After-School Communities Community Coach Training Program (CCTP) with the objective of developing a single aligned curriculum and community coaching general principles that will be mapped to the new proposed Community Coach Skill Set.

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Officiating The NOAS managed by the ASC is Australias system of training and accrediting officials. There are over forty NSOs participating in the NOAS and it has been operating for over ten years. NOAS training programs include the following components:

officiating general principles generic principles of officiating that apply to most sports sport-specific rules, skills, and techniques of officiating in the particular sport.

There are two levels of officiating general principles: introductory and advanced. For NOAS registration, NSOs must include the introductory level general principles in their entry level accreditation. NSOs determine their own accreditation framework, including the name and number of levels within their officiating framework. For example, one NSO may have three entry levels within their officiating framework and no progression in the levels, while another NSO may have only one entry level and multiple levels of progression within their officiating framework. Therefore the only consistency between NSOs is at the entry level of accreditation For any other levels, they are at the discretion of the NSO. The contents of three sport officiating skill sets in SIS10 Version 2.0 meet the requirements of the ASC and provide for the two respective levels. The officiating competencies meet the skill requirements for entry level officials when combined with their individual sports NOAS technical requirements. Officiating Dynamic, or Officiating Static Advanced Officiating.

The ASC will map the officiating general principles (introductory and advanced) to the new officiating units and skill sets in SIS10 Version 2.0 and this information will be provided to NSOs. The new SIS30912 Certificate III in Sport Officiating ensures parity between coaching and officiating, and provides officials with a qualifications option. The ABS statistics from 2007 indicate the total involvements in the role of officiating (referee or umpire and score or timekeeper) total 997,000 and coaching a total of 658,500. Basketball The basketball suite of units was missing a unit around officiating and rules. From technical discussions with Basketball Australia, the unit SISSBSB205 Interpret and apply the rules of basketball was developed to fill this gap. Golf Service Skills Australia has worked with the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) to update the golf units, as these have undergone minimal change since being written over ten years ago. In summary the key changes are that duplication has been removed and units are more clearly delineated. All golf units have been updated to be reflective of practices of contemporary golf professionals.

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The PGA advocate a strong link between playing ability and coaching proficiency so the new unit SISSGLF517 Apply advanced skills, tactics and strategies of golf in high performance competition was developed. Tennis Tennis Australia is making significant changes to their junior development courses which required the Tennis units, and Tennis skill set in SIS10 Version 1.3 to be reviewed and updated. Tennis Australia considered how the revised coaching units would best fit with their tennis specific units. The suite of units drafted by Tennis Australia in consultation with SSA, are now based on the Tennis Australia sport development program. Cross Sector Units While there is limited data available, industry feedback suggests that an increasing number of sporting clubs and associations, fitness enterprises and recreation organisations are moving towards having an online presence. However, there is also feedback that many organisations are struggling to make this transition. 3 A challenge for sports organisations is to recruit quality volunteers with the skills required to fill the roles, particularly in the area of governance. A suite of cross-sector units has been developed and revised to meet these industry identified gaps.

Responds to government broad policy initiatives


The SIS10 Version 2.0 responds to government broad policy initiatives detailed in the Governments direction for sport, Australian Sport: The Pathway to Success, as previously outlined in the Overview section of this document.

Recognises convergence and connectivity of skills


The inclusion of the proposed units of competency in the qualifications and in skill sets enables movement between job roles where appropriate, without the need to complete entire new qualifications. Cross industry and imported units have also been utilised to ensure mobility of skills across the sectors.

Supports movement of skills within and across organisations and sectors


National endorsement of the proposed units of competency and reviewed qualifications will provide the capacity for movement of skilled workers across states, territories, organisations and sectors, thereby ensuring a highly skilled and mobile workforce, both paid and unpaid, with portable skills. The inclusion of coaching units into the Sport and Recreation qualifications provides for increased vocational outcomes By updating the cross-sector units to reflect all sectors, it allows greater recognition of a commonality and therefore transferability of skills and knowledge

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Alignment of the coaching and officiating units to the NCAS and NOAS will allow greater recognition of skills and also pathways will be provided across the sports with utilisation of the skill sets The Sport and Recreation qualifications are reflective of job roles in multi-skilled working environments, where analytical thinking is becoming increasingly important.

A key focus of the SIS10 Version 2.0 is better alignment to the sport industry accreditation schemes, and the qualifications have been designed to address the diversity both within and across roles in the sport sector and in particular dealing with volunteers. Volunteering provides a direct pathway to employment so it is important their needs are considered.

Promotes national and international portability


Officials have defined career pathways in some sports, with significant vocational opportunities at various levels within sport at local to international level. The updated coaching and officiating units reflect international best practice. The SIS10 Version 2.0 Training Package contains nationally recognised qualifications that meet the training needs of industry in each state/territory. The inclusion of employability skills and resourcing requirements into the Training Package increases national consistency in the job readiness of graduates.

Reflects licensing and regulatory requirements


SIS10 Version 2.0 reflects the regulatory requirements set out by the Training Package Development Handbook. SIS10 Version 2.0 contains skill sets and qualifications that meet industry registration and accreditation schemes. The ASC has the following registration schemes (via the NSOs) Sports Coach NCAS Sports Official NOAS

The revisions to the officiating and coaching units and the sport qualifications have been undertaken to better meet the needs of sport and the sport accreditation schemes. The ASC provided details of the proposed changes to the NCAS and NOAS and highlighted their preference for alignment with the VET system through direct relationships with units of competence.

Report by Exception
Throughout the process of the SIS10 Version 2 continuous improvement project SSA made every effort to engage with a range of stakeholders. This section outlines concerns that were initially raised by the WA STA (WA Department of Training & Workforce Development) and later also the NSW STA (NSW Education and Communities, Office of Education). The concerns were around entry requirements in three qualifications as indicated in Table 2. SSA worked with the STAs to address these issues in a responsive way, and in further consultation with the ASC.

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Table 2. Addressing STA concerns - Outcomes

Issue raised

Service Skills Australias Response

Outcome Entry requirements revised to: Entry to SIS30912 Certificate III in Sport Officiating is open to those who hold entry level National Officiating Accreditation Scheme (NOAS) registration in a chosen sport OR Officiating Dynamic Skill Set OR Officiating Static Skill Set Through the process of continuous improvement the entry requirements will be reviewed in 12 months time. Agreement received from both the WA and NSW STAs.

The entry requirements in the SIS30912 Certificate III in Sport Officiating impose a barrier into the qualification.

The link to the NOAS is a critical factor and the entry requirements are considered necessary. The additional units required for the entry level have been deleted as the NOAS will effectively cover the same content as the skill set.

The entry requirements in the SIS40512 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching impose a barrier into the qualification. Each qualification should stand alone and reflect the skills and knowledge required for the relevant job/s.

Now that the ASC is revising the entry level general principles curriculum it will effectively cover the SISSSCO101 and SISSSCO202 units previously listed, so they can be deleted. The critical factor is the link to the NSO. Reference to playing or coaching experience has been removed

Entry requirements revised to: Entry to SIS40512 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching is open to those who hold current First Aid and CPR certification and entry level National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) registration in a chosen sport. Through the process of continuous improvement the entry requirements will be reviewed in 12 months time. Agreement received from both the WA and NSW STAs.

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The entry requirements in the SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Coaching impose a barrier into the qualification.

The critical factor is the link to the NSO, however the reference to intermediate NCAS has been removed to lessen the requirements and reflect that not all NSOs use the label intermediate. Also removed was the reference to experience in chosen sport and made the NCAS component non negotiable to ensure links to NSOs. Two additional units were deleted, bringing down the additional units total to 5 units.

Entry to SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Coaching is open to those who hold a current First Aid and CPR certification, AND National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) registration in a chosen sport AND the following units: SISSSCO306 Provide drugs in sport information SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes SISSSCO308 Support athletes to adopt principles for sport psychology SISSSCO409 Work collaboratively with support personnel SISSSCO411 Apply selfmanagement to intermediate level coaching Through the process of continuous improvement the entry requirements will be reviewed in 12 months time. Agreement received from both the WA and NSW STAs.

The WA STA has agreed to endorse the package granted that the entry requirements are reviewed in line with the Australian Sports Commission review of the National Coaching and Officiating Accreditation Scheme.

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Section 2 Flexibility and Functionality Quality Principles


This section provides evidence that the SIS10 Version 2.0 Training Package submission meets flexibility and functionality quality principles.

Meets the diversity of individual and enterprise needs


SIS10 Version 2.0 complies with the NQC policy update to increase the flexibility within packaging rules. SSA has ensured that within the new and revised qualifications one third of the total units are electives and up to one sixth of the total units are able to be selected from any endorsed Training Package or accredited course. This allows for each qualification to have the flexibility to support a broad range of job roles to suit individual needs and enterprises. The coaching and officiating skill sets meets the needs for those who do not require a full qualification in order to gain employment.

Supports equitable access and progression of learners


Multiple entry and exit points for learners, flexible enough to meet a wide range of job outcomes and support a diverse range of career paths and business models, support equitable access and progression. Minimising prerequisite units of competency and removing corequisite units of competency according to current Training Package Development Handbook policy also supports equitable access and progression. It should be noted however the entry requirements in the: SIS40512 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching and SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Coaching are to ensure that the relevant competencies at the minimum sports coaching level are congruent to the NCAS, in order to operate at that level and between sports SIS30912 Certificate III in Officiating is to ensure the minimum sport officiating level is congruent to the NOAS.

The sport coaching skill sets also provides the competency requirements to progress up the levels from Community Coach to Intermediate Coach to Advanced Coach. The Sport, and Sport and Recreation skill sets provide entry pathways, particularly for those undertaking volunteer work roles. Furthermore, the qualifications and units of competency that comprise this submission have been proofread and edited against Training Package Development Handbook policy by Service Skills Australia prior to the editorial and equity review by SSAs internal Quality Assurance section. Refer to the quality report in Appendix A for specific information on the equity aspects of this submission.

Supports learner transition between education sectors


The qualifications in SIS10 Version 2.0 Training Package are all aligned to the appropriate level within the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). Advice is given within the qualification descriptors indicating the education sectors in which delivery is appropriate.

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SIS10 Version 2.0 qualifications have been developed to provide work outcomes and the skills for learners to be work ready upon completion of their qualification. Qualifications have also been developed to allow learners to complete traineeships. Qualifications provide the background for a transition between education sectors, however, this is not the sole purpose of the qualifications. SIS10 Version 2.0 qualifications support the transition between education sectors by providing the skills required to work, obtain a qualification in further education, or upgrade skills between education sectors.

Supports implementation across a range of settings


The components of the SIS10 Version 2.0 Training Package have been written to allow implementation across a range of settings, where appropriate. The Assessment Guidelines contain specific advice for delivery of training within the industry. As reflected in SIS10 Version 2.0 industry supports delivery of training in a variety of contexts, including in a workplace environment, simulated environment and institutional environment. Having the sports units aligned to the industry accreditation schemes provides for the fostering of partnerships between NSOs and RTOs to increase training, skill recognition and employment opportunities.

Supports sound assessment practice


The SIS10 Version 2.0 Training Package contains detailed guidelines for RTOs on appropriate assessment practice for qualifications within the industry. The Assessment Guidelines contain detailed advice on industry requirements for the quality assessment, including: what it means to be a current and experienced assessor a definition of a simulated environment, and appropriate assessment environment.

The Evidence Guides of individual units of competency have been strengthened to identify the industry expectations for the depth and breadth of skills and knowledge required to be assessed and recommend appropriate methods of assessment. The inclusion of employability skills, both embedded in units of competency and as summaries for each qualification, provides the framework and parameters to encourage consistency in the training delivery outcomes for job ready graduates. Concern over the role of the NSO in training and assessment delivery is an ongoing issue for sport. To address this, the following statement has been added to the descriptors of the relevant officiating and coaching units: Each NSO has specific training and assessment requirements for industry accreditation of coaches and officials. These requirements will vary between different sports and those developing training and assessment for these units should undertake consultation with the relevant NSO or SSO to determine any specific arrangements for courses, trainers and assessors to facilitate RPL for candidates to achieve the required registration status to operate as a coach or an official in that sport.

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Does not impose structural barriers to implementation


The SIS10 Version 2.0 Training Package has been developed to address industry needs in a flexible and accessible way. A wide range of stakeholders, including RTOs were involved in the consultation processes to ensure that the final product is developed in a manner that provides work ready graduates for the industry. Entry requirements to the following qualifications are essential, so as to ensure minimum requirements and the generic basics relating to officiating or coaching are met. Entry to SIS30912 Certificate III in Sport Officiating is open to those who hold entry level National Officiating Accreditation Scheme (NOAS) registration in a chosen sport OR Officiating Dynamic Skill Set OR Officiating Static Skill Set Entry to SIS40512 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching is open to those who hold current First Aid and CPR certification entry level National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) registration in a chosen sport. Entry to SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Coaching is open to those who hold a current First Aid and CPR certification, AND National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS) registration in a chosen sport AND the following units: o SISSSCO306 Provide drugs in sport information o SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes o SISSSCO308 Support athletes to adopt principles for sport psychology o SISSSCO409 Work collaboratively with support personnel o SISSSCO411 Apply self-management to intermediate level coaching

Entry requirements will be reviewed in line with the Australian Sports Commissions current review of the National Coaching and Officiating Accreditation Schemes.

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Section 3 Impact of Changes


Implications
The implications of the SIS10 Version 2.0 Training Package are described below in the section on impacts and also in the mapping documents in the appendices.

Industry imperatives
The continuous improvement of the SIS10 Version 2.0 has been driven by industry stakeholders and reflects current industry job roles and practices. Speed to market is important as it contains a range of updated and new units of competency that reflect current technologies and trends.

Impact of changes for stakeholders


The SIS10 Version 2.0 will have a range of impacts depending on the particular stakeholder group. Qualification codes Qualification and unit codes have been updated to reflect current policy, and to reflect changes to the Training Package. All qualifications are coded SIS (as the qualification identifier) followed by their qualification identifier, sequence identifier and version identifier. The SIS10 Version 2.0 has been submitted and endorsed in 2012, therefore new and revised qualifications only have been coded as 12. Unit Codes The non-reviewed units in SIS10 Version 2.0 retain the same code as in Version 1.3. The explicit Content Version identifier, which is visible on www.training.gov.au, will identify the specific version of the text of those Units of Competency. Also, the revised and new units do not include the A suffix and still include the AQF identifier, according to Training Package Development Handbook Guidelines. Where changes have been made that alter the unit outcome, a new code has been assigned. Amended units have been allocated the next available code in the competency field sequence. Registered Training Organisations public and private Registered Training Organisations will be required to update their teaching strategies, due to the significant change in content and format of the Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications and coaching and officiating units of competency. It is critical that RTOs understand the structure and function of the revised qualifications according to their scope. Changes to the coding of units of competency will impact on RTOs, and they will need to update their administration and enrolment systems, as well as inform learners enrolling in courses.

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Registered Training Organisations must also ensure that they have trainers and assessors who are able to train and assess against the new and revised qualifications and units. Industry has advised in the Assessor Requirements that it is essential for assessors to have significant experience and comprehensive current knowledge of current industry practices to be competent to assess qualifications in SIS10 Version 2.0. Industry recommends that RTOs wishing to deliver qualifications from SIS10 Version 2.0 contact their peak industry association or NSO prior to delivery of the qualification or qualifications to ensure they are delivered and assessed to industry standards. Enterprises and Industry The industry has been involved in the development of SIS10 Version 2.0 and has provided significant feedback to ensure that the components of the revised Training Package reflect current industry practice. The implications for industry are positive as SIS10 Version 2.0 reflects current industry practices and provides a national training framework for emerging trends. Licensing and regulatory environments The NQC VET Products for the 21st Century Report included a number of recommendations related to the simplification and streamlining of training packages. For the SIS10 Version 2.0 Continuous Improvement, the existing Training Package model was used. However, incorporating some of the recommendations, particularly around streamlining the Training Package content was included: 17. Restructure and streamline Training Package content by: Simplifying the endorsed components by reducing the level of detail included in the endorsed Training Packages, particularly the level of specification in the competency standards. Eliminating unnecessary information and consolidating repetitive material; Continuing to consolidate the units of competence that cover the same or similar areas of knowledge and skill

Policy Environment The sport and recreation industries have experienced a renewed level of interest from policy makers in recognition of the significant contribution these industries make to society and the economy.

Systemic issues
Industry continues to hold concerns about the inconsistent levels of quality in training provision, in which graduates are consequently not work ready. As a result, industry representatives are keen to become more involved in the implementation of training to support the national training system and build the nations productivity. A range of services and products, underpinned by a set of policies and procedures, have been developed that will underpin the work that SSA undertakes in implementing its training packages on a sustainable basis. This quality implementation framework consists of two parts:

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Training Package User Guides The Right Way Program (an industry recognition system for quality training providers delivering in the Service Skills Training Package areas).

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Appendix A - Components for Endorsement


This section includes: Qualifications list Units of Competency list Occupational and licensing requirements Mapping information Training Package Modification History

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Qualifications
Sport, and Sport and Recreation Qualifications The SIS10 Version 2.0 contains 15 Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications: Two new qualifications SIS30912 Certificate III in Sport Officiating SIS50712 Diploma of Sports & Recreation Management SIS10112 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation SIS20312 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation SIS20412 Certificate II in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS20512 Certificate II in Sport Coaching SIS30512 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation SIS30612 Certificate III in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS30712 Certificate III in Sport Coaching SIS30812 Certificate III in Sports Trainer SIS40412 Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation SIS40512 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching SIS40612 Certificate IV in Sport Development SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Coaching SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development

Thirteen revised Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications

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Qualification Packaging Rules


Sport, and Sport and Recreation Qualifications SIS10 Version 2.0 Qualification code and title SIS10112 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation SIS20312 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation SIS20412 Certificate II in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS20512 Certificate II in Sport Coaching SIS30512 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation SIS30612 Certificate III in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS30712 Certificate III in Sport Coaching SIS30812 Certificate III in Sports Trainer SIS30912 Certificate III in Sport Officiating SIS40412 Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation SIS40512 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching SIS40612 Certificate IV in Sport Development SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Coaching SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development SIS50712 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management Number of core units required 5 5 7 8 10 10 9 9 10 9 14 14 15 11 16 Number of elective units required 3 6 4 5 5 5 6 5 5 7 7 7 8 9 8 Total number of units required 8 11 11 13 15 15 15 14 15 16 21 21 23 20 24

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Units of Competency List


The SIS10 Version 2.0 contains a total of 54 new or revised sport, sport and recreation and cross-sector units: Cross-Sector Units of Competency SISXCCS202 Process entry transactions SISXFAC207 Maintain sport, fitness and recreation equipment for activities SISXFAC208 Main sport, fitness and recreation facilities SISXFAC409 Plan and provide sport, fitness and recreation services SISXIND211 Develop and update sport, fitness and recreation industry knowledge SISXIND402 Analyse legal knowledge for organisation governance SISXIND408 Select and use technology for sport, fitness and recreation SISXIND409 Organise a sport, fitness or recreation event SISXIND410 Coordinate sport, fitness and recreation work teams or groups SISXWHS101 Follow work health and safety policies SISXWHS402 Implement and monitor work health and safety policies SISXWHS503 Establish and maintain work health and safety systems

Sport Units of Competency SISSBSB205 Interpret and apply the rules of basketball SISSGLF314 Perform the advanced skills of golf SISSGLF315 Apply the advanced tactics and strategies of golf SISSGLF316 Interpret and apply the rules of golf SISSGLF517 Apply advanced skills, tactics and strategies of golf in high performance competition SISSGLF518 Teach the advanced skills of golf SISSGLF519 Teach the advanced tactics and strategies of golf SISSGLF520 Design and implement strategies to increase junior participation in golf SISSGLF521 Manage on course golf operations SISSSCO101 Develop and update knowledge of coaching practices SISSSCO202 Coach beginner or novice participants to develop fundamental motor skills SISSSCO303 Plan and deliver coaching programs SISSSCO304 Customise coaching for athletes with specific needs SISSSCO305 Implement selection policies SISSSCO306 Provide drugs in sport information SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes SISSSCO308 Support athletes to adopt principles of sports psychology
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SISSSCO409 Work collaboratively with support personnel SISSSCO410 Implement a talent identification program SISSSCO411 Apply self-management to intermediate level coaching SISSSCO512 Assist athletes to prevent and manage injury and illness SISSSCO513 Plan and implement high-performance training and recovery programs SISSSDE201 Communicate effectively with others in a sport environment SISSSDE502 Design and implement strategies to increase participation SISSSDE503 Develop volunteer management policies SISSSOF101 Develop and update officiating knowledge SISSSOF202 Officiate games or competitions SISSSOF203 Judge competitive situations SISSSOF304 Roster officials SISSSOF305 Officiate in a high performance environment SISSSOF306 Apply self-management to enhance high performance officiating SISSSOF307 Coach Officials SISSTNS205 Interpret and apply the rules and regulations of tennis SISSTNS206 Develop and update knowledge of tennis development programs SISSTNS307 Coach red stage tennis players SISSTNS308 Coach orange stage tennis players SISSTNS309 Coach green stage tennis players SISSTNS410 Coach stroke production for intermediate tennis players SISSTNS411Coach tactics for intermediate tennis players SISSTNS512 Coach stroke production for high performance tennis players SISSTNS513 Coach tactics for high performance tennis players

Occupational and licensing requirements


SIS10 Version 2.0 reflects the regulatory requirements set out by the Training Package Development Handbook. SIS10 Version 2.0 contains skill sets and qualifications that meet industry registration and accreditation schemes. The ASC has the following registration schemes (via the NSOs): Sports Coach NCAS Sports Official NOAS

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Mapping information
Qualifications Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0. SIS10112 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation

Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SIS10110 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation

Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent E

Qualification notes changed to better reflect scope of practice, Qualification packaging rules changed to 8 units in total, 5 core plus 3 electives. Total number of units for completion the same, however 2 units added to the core: o SISCAI101A Provide equipment for activities o SISCAI102A Assist in preparing and conducting sport and recreation session Numerous units added to electives and some units deleted from electives. New and updated unit codes and titles in core and electives. Imported units updated. Community activities assistant has been added to the list of job roles. No changes to qualification packaging rules. Core units changed. Imported units updated. Numerous units added to electives. Qualification packaging rules remain the same. Numerous units added to electives. New and updated unit codes and titles in core and electives. Imported units updated.

SIS20312 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation SIS20310 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation E SIS20410 Certificate II in Sport Career Oriented Participation E

SIS20412 Certificate II in Sport Career Oriented Participation

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Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0. SIS20512 Certificate II in Sport Coaching

Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport Coaching

Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent E Qualification notes changed to better reflect scope of practice. Job roles changed to community coach. Qualification packaging rules changed. Total number of units for completion the same, however: o 2 units added to the core o 2 units deleted from the electives. New and updated unit codes and titles in core and electives. Imported units updated. Number of electives increased by one to ensure qualification meets packaging rules this changes the qualification packaging to 15 units in total, 10 core plus 5 electives. New and updated unit codes and titles in core and electives. Imported units updated. Units added to the core: o BSBCRT301A Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills o ICAWEB201A use social media tools for collaboration and engagement o SISXCAI303A Plan and conduct sport and recreation sessions o SITXCOM401 Manage conflict. Units deleted from core and added to electives: o ICAU2006B Operate computing packages. Numerous units added to electives. No changes to qualification rules. New and updated unit codes and titles in core and electives. Imported units updated.

SIS30512 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation SIS30510 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation E

SIS30612 Certificate III in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS30610 Certificate III in Sport Career Oriented Participation E

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Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0. SIS30712 Certificate III in Sport Coaching

Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SIS30710 Certificate III in Sport Coaching

Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent E Qualification notes changed to better reflect scope of practice. Total number of units for completion the same, however: o 2 units added to the core o 2 units deleted from electives. New and updated unit codes and titles in core and electives. Imported units updated. Moved Group E and F (1 unit in each) to General electives and renamed remaining groups. New elective group added Group I Surfing. OHS unit replaced with new WHS unit in the core. Numerous units added to electives. New qualification.

SIS30812 Certificate III in Sports Trainer SIS30912 Certificate III in Sport Officiating SIS40412 Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation SIS30810 Certificate III in Sports Trainer Nil E

SIS40410 Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation

New and updated unit codes and titles in core and electives. Imported units updated. The job role of grounds coordinator has been deleted and replaced with recreation coordinator. Qualification packaging rules the same, however 2 units have been added to the core: o SISXFAC407 Plan and provide sport and recreation services o SISXIND410 Coordinate sport, fitness and recreation work teams or groups. 2 units have been deleted from the core and added to electives: o ICAU2006B Operate computing packages o SISXCCS402 Coordinate client services Numerous units added to electives.

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Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0. SIS40512 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching

Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SIS40510 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching

Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent E Qualification notes changed to better reflect scope of practice. Qualification packaging rules the same. Entry requirements added. Imported units updated. Unit added to the core: o BSBRSK401A Identify risk and apply risk management processes. Unit deleted from the core: o SISXRSK301A Undertake risk analysis of activities. New group added Group H Surfing: New and updated unit codes and titles in core and electives. Elective groups from H to L renamed. Numerous units added to the electives. Job roles added. Qualification packaging rules changed. Total number of units increased by 3 units: o 2 units added to the core o 1 unit added to the electives. New and updated unit codes and titles in core and electives. Imported units updated. Deleted

SIS40612 Certificate IV in Sport Development SIS40610 Certificate IV in Sport Development E

SIS50110 Diploma of Facility Management SIS50410 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Administration

Deleted

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Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0. SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Coaching

Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SIS50510 Diploma of Sport Coaching

Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent N Job role revised to high performance coach. Entry requirements added. Qualification packaging rules changed. Total number of units increased by 3 units: o 2 units added to the core o 1 unit added to the electives. New and updated unit codes and titles in core and electives. Imported units added. E New unit SISXWHS402 Implement and monitor work health and safety policies has been added to the core, and the unit SISXOHS402A Implement and monitor occupational health and safety policies has been deleted. The following units have been re-coded in the core due to renaming of Coaching General Principles (CGP) to Sport Coaching (SCO): o SISSSCO306 Provide drugs in sport information o SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes. o SISSSCO308 Support athletes to adopt principles of sports psychology New and updated units added to General electives. Imported units updated.

SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development

SIS50610 Diploma of Sport Development

SIS50712 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management

N New qualification which merges and supersedes: o SIS50110 Diploma of Facility Management o SIS50410 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Administration Management.

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Units of Competency The following list relates only to this submission. SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Sport Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 Basketball SISSBSB205 Interpret and Nil apply the rules of basketball Sport Coaching SISSSCO101 Develop and update knowledge of coaching practices SISSCGP201A Apply legal and ethical coaching practices N Competency outcome changed. Unit re-categorised from Coaching General Principles to Sport Coaching to better reflect the intent of the unit. Element 1 Source and apply general information on coaching general principles and Element 2 Source and apply information on legal and ethical issues that impact on coaching revised to map directly to ASC Coaching General Principles course and specifically reference NSO requirements. Element 3 Develop Coaching practices PC 4 and 5 removed. Now included in SISSSCO202 Coach beginner or novice players to develop fundamental motor skills. Unit deleted. Content now included in SISSSCO411 Apply selfmanagement to intermediate level coaching, and selfreflection aspects embedded in other units: SISSSCO202 Coach beginner or novice participants to develop fundamental motor skills SISSSCO303 Plan and deliver coaching programs. New unit. Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent

SISSCGP202A Reflect on professional coaching role and practice

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Sport Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 SISSSCO202 Coach beginner or novice participants to develop fundamental motor skills Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SISSCGP303A Coach junior players to develop fundamental perceptual motor skills Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent N Competency outcome changed. Unit re-categorised from Coaching General Principles to Sport Coaching to better reflect the intent of the unit. Unit rewritten to reflect that not only juniors need coaching in motor skills beginners may be adolescents or older adults. Focus on session delivery incorporating risk management and a review aspect. Unit deleted. N Competency outcome changed. Unit re-categorised from Coaching General Principles to Sport Coaching to better reflect the intent of the unit. Unit modified for generic application, not just junior players. Added delivery element to unit (previously only plan) and amended critical aspects accordingly. N Competency outcome changed. Unit re-categorised from Coaching General Principles to Sport Coaching to better reflect the intent of the unit. Inclusive practices are now included in SISSSCO303 Plan and deliver coaching programs and the focus of this unit is now on the additional skills and knowledge required to work with individual athletes with particular needs.

SISSCGP304A Coach junior sports players SISSSCO303 Plan and deliver coaching programs SISSCGP305A Plan coaching programs for junior sports players

SISSSCO304 Customise coaching for athletes with specific needs

SISSCGP306A Customise coaching for special needs groups

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Sport Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 SISSSCO305 Implement selection policies Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SISSCGP307A Implement selection policies Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent N Competency outcome changed. Unit re-categorised from Coaching General Principles to Sport Coaching to better reflect the intent of the unit. Unit modified for broader application to include officials, coaches and support personnel as well as athletes. Performance criteria added. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Unit re-categorised from Coaching General Principles to Sport Coaching to better reflect the intent of the unit. E Updated to reflect current industry dietary and nutrition guidelines. No changes to competency outcome. Unit re-categorised from Coaching General Principles to Sport Coaching to better reflect the intent of the unit. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Unit re-categorised from Coaching General Principles to Sport Coaching to better reflect the intent of the unit.

SISSSCO306 Provide drugs in sport information

SISSCGP308A Provide drugs in sport information

SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes

SISSCGP309A Develop nutritional strategies

SISSSCO308 Support athletes to adopt principles of sports psychology

SISSCGP310A Support athletes to adopt principles of sports psychology

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Sport Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 SISSSCO409 Work collaboratively with support personnel Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SISSCGP411A Work with officials Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent N Competency outcome changed. Unit re-categorised from Coaching General Principles to Sport Coaching to better reflect the intent of the unit. This unit has been modified to include other support personnel such as administrators, support staff and medical personnel. Unit deleted. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Unit re-categorised from Coaching General Principles to Sport Coaching to better reflect the intent of the unit. Unit deleted.

SISSCGP412A Implement recovery programs SISSSCO410 Implement a talent identification program SISSCGP413A Implement a talent identification program

SISSCGP414A Implement water based training programs SISSCGP515A Establish selection policies

E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Unit re-categorised to Sports Administration field. New unit.

SISSSCO411 Apply selfmanagement to intermediate level coaching

Nil

SISSSCO512 Assist athletes Nil to prevent and manage injury and illness

New unit.

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Sport Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 SISSSCO513 Plan and implement highperformance training and recovery programs Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SISXCAI507A Implement high-performance training programs Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent N Competency outcome changed. Re-categorised from Cross Sector Coaching and Instruction field to Sport Coaching field. Aspects from SISSCGP412A Implement recovery programs and SISSCGP414A Implement water based training programs have been included to reflect the more holistic approach that is now used by high performance coaches. New unit.

Sport Development SISSSDE201 Communicate effectively with others in a sport environment SISSSDE502 Design and implement strategies to increase participation SISSSDE503 Develop volunteer management policies Golf SISSGLF201 Perform the AGrade skills of golf SISSGLF201A Perform the A Grade skills of golf E No changes to competency outcome. Updated to differentiate unit from SISSGLF304A which is now replaced by SISSGLF314. E No changes to competency outcome. Updated to differentiate it from SISSGLF305A which is now replaced by SISSGLF315. Unit deleted. Now embedded within the unit SISSGLF316 Interpret and apply the rules of golf. Nil

Nil

New unit.

SISSSPA507A Develop volunteer management policies

E Updated and equivalent. Re-categorised to Sport Development field.

SISSGLF202 Apply the AGrade tactics and strategies of golf

SISSGLF202A Apply the A Grade tactics and strategies of golf

SISSGLF203A Interpret and apply the rules of golf at the A Grade level

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Sport Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 SISSGLF307 Participate in conditioning for golf Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SISSGLF307A Participate in conditioning for golf Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent E No changes to competency outcome. Minor updates. N Competency outcome changed. Female handicap requirements changed from 5 to 6. N Competency outcome changed. This unit now references rounds instead of games. Major changes throughout the unit. N Competency outcome changed. Title changed. Combined with SISSGLF203A Interpret and apply the rules of golf at the A Grade level, to make one unit. Major changes throughout the unit. E No changes to competency outcome. Minor updates. Application statement modified. E No changes to competency outcome. Minor changes to reflect application to those intending to pursue a career as a golf professional. New unit.

SISSGLF314 Perform the advanced skills of golf

SISSGLF304A Perform the advanced skills of golf

SISSGLF315 Apply the advanced tactics and strategies of golf

SISSGLF305A Apply the advanced tactics and strategies of golf

SISSGLF316 Interpret and apply the rules of golf

SISSGLF306A Interpret and apply the rules of golf at the advanced level

SISSGLF510 Fit and alter golf equipment

SISSGLF510A Fit and alter golf equipment

SISSGLF512 Manage the structure and facilitation of golf competitions and tournaments

SISSGLF512A Manage the structure and facilitation of golf competitions and tournaments

SISSGLF517 Apply advanced skills, tactics and strategies of golf in high performance competition

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Sport Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 SISSGLF518 Teach the advanced skills of golf Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SISSGLF508A Teach the advanced skills of professional golf Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent N Competency outcome changed. Title changed. Major changes made to differentiate the unit from SISSGLF509A which is now replaced by SISSGLF519. N Competency outcome changed. Title changed. Unit rewritten to reflect focus on the competition context. N Competency outcome changed. Title changed. Major changes to include a more strategic and broader approach to increasing participation of juniors as well as skill development. N Competency outcome changed. Title changed. Unit includes a more strategic and broader approach to on course operations to reflect current requirements of the role, rather than focussing on merchandising. New unit. Focuses on the legal and ethical requirements as well as the NOAS. Content maps directly to ASC Entry Level Officiating General Principles curriculum.

SISSGLF519 Teach the advanced tactics and strategies of golf

SISSGLF509A Teach the advanced tactics and strategies of professional golf SISSGLF511A Develop and manage junior development programs in golf

SISSGLF520 Design and implement strategies to increase junior participation in golf

SISSGLF521 Manage on course golf operations

SISSGLF513A Manage on course golf retail operations

Sport Officiating SISSSOF101 Develop and update officiating knowledge

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Sport Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 SISSSOF202 Officiate games or competitions Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SISSOGP301A Conduct games or competitions Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent N Title changed to better reflect the intent of the unit. Competency outcome changed. Content modified to focus solely on the role of a dynamic official such as a referee or umpire. New unit. Focuses on the role of a static official such as a judge or adjudicator. New unit. Covers selection of officials and allocation to games and competitions. New unit. Focuses on the skills and knowledge to operate as an official in a high performance environment. Based on ASC Advanced Officiating curriculum. New unit. Focuses on the skills and knowledge to sustain an official in a high performance environment, including personal development plans and psychological preparation. Based on ASC Advanced Officiating curriculum. New unit. Covers the role of an officials coach.
SISSOGP402A Conduct a fitness and recovery program for sports officials

SISSSOF203 Judge competitive situations

SISSSOF304 Roster officials

SISSSOF305 Officiate in a high performance environment

SISSSOF306 Apply selfmanagement to enhance high performance officiating

SISSSOF307 Coach Officials

Unit Deleted.

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Sport Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 Sport Administration Unit moved SISSSPA507A Develop volunteer management policies E Updated and equivalent. Re-categorised to Sports Development field and recoded to SISSSDE503 Develop volunteer management policies. Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent

Tennis SISSTNS201A Assist in conducting tennis activities for beginner players SISSTNS205 Interpret and apply the rules and regulations of tennis SISSTNS202A Interpret and apply the rules of tennis Unit deleted.

E Title changed to better reflect the intent of the unit. Code changed. Updated and equivalent. New unit.

SISSTNS206 Develop and update knowledge of tennis development programs SISSTNS303A Coach stroke production and tactics for junior tennis players SISSTNS307 Coach red stage tennis players SISSTNS308 Coach orange stage tennis players SISSTNS309 Coach green stage tennis players SISSTNS410 Coach stroke production for intermediate tennis players SISSTNS411Coach tactics for intermediate tennis players SISSTNS512 Coach stroke production for high performance tennis players

Unit deleted.

New unit. New unit. New unit. New unit.

New unit.

New unit.

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Sport Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 SISSTNS513 Coach tactics for high performance tennis players Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N = not equivalent New unit.

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Cross Sector Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 Coaching and Instruction SISXCAI101A Provide equipment for activities SISXCAI101A Provide equipment for activities E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome Reduction of repetition. E No changes to competency outcome. Updated and equivalent. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. N Competency outcome changed. Re-categorised to Sport and Coaching field SISSSCO513 Plan and implement high-performance training and recovery programs. Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N= not equivalent

SISXCAI102A Assist in preparing and conducting sport and recreation session SISXCAI303A Plan and conduct sport and recreation sessions

SISXCAI102A Assist in preparing and conducting sport and recreation session

SISXCAI303A Plan and conduct sport and recreation sessions

SISXCAI304A Plan and conduct sport and recreation programs

SISXCAI304A Plan and conduct sport and recreation programs

SISXCAI305A Conduct individualised long-term training programs SISXCAI306A Facilitate groups

SISXCAI305A Conduct individualised long-term training programs SISXCAI306A Facilitate groups

SISXCAI507A Implement high-performance training programs

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Cross Sector Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 Client and Customer Service SISXCCS201A Provide customer service SISXCCS201A Provide customer service E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition Re-categorised to Client and Customer Service field. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N= not equivalent

SISXCCS202 Process entry transactions

SISXIND202A Process entry transactions

SISXCCS402A Coordinate client service activities

SISXCCS402A Coordinate client service activities

SISXCCS403A Determine needs of client populations

SISXCCS403A Determine needs of client populations

SISXCCS404A Address client needs

SISXCCS404A Address client needs

Emergency Services SISXEMR201A Respond to emergency situations SISXEMR201A Respond to emergency situations

SISXEMR402A Coordinate emergency responses

SISXEMR402A Coordinate emergency responses

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Cross Sector Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 Facility Management SISXFAC207 Maintain SISXFAC201A Maintain sport sport, fitness and recreation and recreation equipment for equipment for activities activities E Title changed to reflect Cross Sector application. Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Title changed to reflect Cross Sector application. Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated to reflect current industry practice and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated to reflect current industry practice and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. N Competency outcome changed. Additional requirements around assessing profitability, partnerships and reporting to reflect industry best practice. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N= not equivalent

SISXFAC208 Maintain SISXFAC202A Maintain sport sport, fitness and recreation and recreation facilities facilities

SISXFAC303A Implement facility maintenance programs

SISXFAC303A Implement facility maintenance programs

SISXFAC404A Coordinate facility and equipment acquisition and maintenance

SISXFAC404A Coordinate facility and equipment acquisition and maintenance

SISXFAC409 Plan and provide sport, fitness and recreation services

SISXFAC405A Plan and provide sport and recreation services

SISXFAC506A Manage stock supply and purchase

SISXFAC506A Manage stock supply and purchase

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Cross Sector Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 Working in Industry SISXIND101A Work effectively in sport and recreation environments SISXIND101A Work effectively in sport and recreation environments E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N= not equivalent

SISXIND211 Develop and update sport, fitness and recreation industry knowledge SISXIND202A Process entry transactions

New unit.

E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. Re-categorised to Client and Customer Service field and recoded to SISXCCS202 Process entry transactions. New unit.

SISXIND402 Analyse legal knowledge for organisation governance SISXIND403A Analyse participation patterns

Nil

SISXIND403A Analyse participation patterns

E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition.

SISXIND404A Promote compliance with laws and legal principles

SISXIND404A Promote compliance with laws and legal principles

SISXIND405A Conduct projects

SISXIND405A Conduct projects

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Cross Sector Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 SISXIND406A Manage projects Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 SISXIND406A Manage projects Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N= not equivalent E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. New unit.

SISXIND408 Select and use technology for sport, fitness and recreation SISXIND409 Organise a sport, fitness or recreation event

Nil

Nil

New unit.

Nil SISXIND410 Coordinate sport, fitness and recreation work teams or groups SISXIND507A Manage education initiatives SISXIND507A Manage education initiatives

New unit.

E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition.

Occupational Health and Safety SISXOHS101A Follow occupational health and safety policies SISXOHS101A Follow occupational health and safety policies

SISXOHS402A Implement and monitor occupational health and safety policies

SISXOHS402A Implement and monitor occupational health and safety policies

SISXOHS503A Establish and maintain occupational health and safety systems

SISXOHS503A Establish and maintain occupational health and safety systems

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Cross Sector Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 Resource Management SISXRES301A Provide public education on the use of resources SISXRES301A Provide public education on the use of resources E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N= not equivalent

SISXRES402A Support implementation of environmental management practices SISXRES403A Use resources efficiently

SISXRES402A Support implementation of environmental management practices SISXRES403A Use resources efficiently

SISXRES504A Conserve and re-establish natural systems

SISXRES504A Conserve and re-establish natural systems

SISXRES505A Achieve sustainable land management

SISXRES505A Achieve sustainable land management

SISXRES506A Undertake open-space planning

SISXRES506A Undertake open-space planning

SISXRES507A Design and maintain the built environment

SISXRES507A Design and maintain the built environment

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SIS10 units of competency summary mapping table: Cross Sector Code and Title SIS10 Version 2.0 Risk Management SISXRSK301A Undertake risk analysis of activities SISXRSK301A Undertake risk analysis of activities E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. E Updated and equivalent. No changes to competency outcome. Reduction of repetition. New unit. Based on but not equivalent to SISXOHS101A Follow occupational health and safety policies. Changes to address new national Work Health and Safety (WHS) Bill and updated legislation. New unit. Based on but not equivalent to SISXOHS402A Implement and monitor occupational health and safety policies. Changes to address new national Work Health and Safety (WHS) Bill and updated legislation. New unit. Based on but not equivalent to SISXOHS503A Establish and maintain occupational health and safety systems. Changes to address new national Work Health and Safety (WHS) Bill and updated legislation. Relates to SIS10 Version 1.3 Nature of Relationship E = equivalent N= not equivalent

SISXRSK502A Manage organisational risks

SISXRSK502A Manage organisational risks

Work Health and Safety SISXWHS101 Follow work health and safety policies Nil

SISXWHS402 Implement and monitor work health and safety policies

Nil

SISXWHS503 Establish and maintain work health and safety systems

Nil

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Training Package modification history


Version 2.0 Release Date To be advised Comments Two deleted qualifications SIS50110 Diploma of Facility Management SIS50410 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Administration Two new qualifications SIS30912 Certificate III in Sport Officiating SIS50112 Diploma of Sports and Recreation Management

Thirteen amended Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications SIS10112 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation SIS20312 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation SIS20412 Certificate II in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS20512 Certificate II in Sport Coaching SIS30512 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation SIS30612 Certificate III in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS30712 Certificate III in Sport Coaching SIS30812 Certificate III in Sports Trainer SIS40412 Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation SIS40512 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching SIS40612 Certificate IV in Sport Development SIS50412 Diploma of Sport Coaching SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Development

Eight deleted Sport units SISSCGP202A Reflect on professional coaching role and practice SISSCGP304A Coach junior sports players SISSCGP412A Implement recovery programs SISSCGP414A Implement water based training programs SISSGLF203A Interpret and apply the rules of golf at the A Grade level SISSOGP402A Conduct a fitness and recovery program for sports officials SISSTNS201A Assist in conducting tennis activities for beginner players SISSTNS303A Coach stroke production and tactics for junior tennis players Forty-one New and Revised Sport Units SISSBSB205 Interpret and apply the rules of basketball SISSGLF314 Perform the advanced skills of golf SISSGLF315 Apply the advanced tactics and strategies of golf
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Version

Release Date

Comments SISSGLF316 Interpret and apply the rules of golf SISSGLF517 Apply advanced skills, tactics and strategies of golf in high performance competition SISSGLF518 Teach the advanced skills of golf SISSGLF519 Teach the advanced tactics and strategies of golf SISSGLF520 Design and implement strategies to increase junior participation in golf SISSGLF521 Manage on course golf operations SISSSCO101 Develop and update knowledge of coaching practices SISSSCO202 Coach beginner or novice participants to develop fundamental motor skills SISSSCO303 Plan and deliver coaching programs SISSSCO304 Customise coaching for athletes with specific needs SISSSCO305 Implement selection policies SISSSCO306 Provide drugs in sport information SISSSCO307 Provide nutrition information to athletes SISSSCO308 Support athletes to adopt principles of sports psychology SISSSCO409 Work collaboratively with support personnel SISSSCO410 Implement a talent identification program SISSSCO411 Apply self management to intermediate level coaching SISSSCO512 Assist athletes to prevent and manage injury and illness SISSSCO513 Plan and implement high-performance training and recovery programs SISSSDE201 Communicate effectively with others in a sport environment SISSSDE502 Design and implement strategies to increase participation SISSSDE503 Develop volunteer management policies SISSSOF101 Develop and update officiating knowledge SISSSOF202 Officiate games or competitions SISSSOF203 Judge competitive situations SISSSOF304 Roster officials SISSSOF305 Officiate in a high performance environment SISSSOF306 Apply self-management to enhance high performance officiating SISSSOF307 Coach officials SISSTNS205 Interpret and apply the rules and regulations of tennis SISSTNS206 Develop and update knowledge of tennis development programs SISSTNS307 Coach red stage tennis players SISSTNS308 Coach orange stage tennis players SISSTNS309 Coach green stage tennis players
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Version

Release Date

Comments SISSTNS410 Coach stroke production for intermediate tennis players SISSTNS411 Coach tactics for intermediate tennis players SISSTNS512 Coach stroke production for high performance tennis players SISSTNS513 Coach tactics for high performance tennis players

Two deleted Sport skill sets General Officiating Tennis Officiating Ten new Sport skill sets Coaching - Advanced Coach Coaching - Community Coach Coaching - Intermediate Coach Officiating Advanced Officiating Basketball Referee Officiating - Dynamic Officiating - Static Organisation Governance - Board Organisation Governance Committee Tennis Community Coach

One revised Sport skill set Golf Officiating

Thirteen New and Revised Cross Sector Units SISXCCS202 Process entry transactions SISXCCS405 Coordinate client services SISXFAC207 Maintain sport, fitness and recreation equipment for activities SISXFAC208 Maintain sport, fitness and recreation facilities SISXFAC409 Plan and provide sport, fitness and recreation services SISXIND211 Develop and update sport, fitness and recreation industry knowledge SISXIND402 Analyse legal knowledge for organisation governance SISXIND408 Select and use technology for sport, fitness and recreation SISXIND409 Organise a sport, fitness or recreation event SISXIND410 Coordinate sport, fitness and recreation work teams or groups SISXWHS101 Follow work health and safety policies SISXWHS402 Implement and monitor work health and
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Version

Release Date

Comments safety policies SISXWHS503 Establish and maintain work health and safety systems

ISC Upgrades
Six Sport Units ISC upgrades SISSGLF201 Perform the A-Grade skills of golf SISSGLF202 Apply the A-Grade tactics and strategies of golf SISSGLF307 Participate in conditioning for golf SISSGLF510 Fit and alter golf equipment SISSGLF512 Manage the structure and facilitation of golf competitions and tournaments

Thirty-three Cross Sector Units ISC Upgrades SISXCAI101A Provide equipment for activities SISXCAI102A Assist in preparing and conducting sport and recreation session SISXCAI303A Plan and conduct sport and recreation sessions SISXCAI304A Plan and conduct sport and recreation programs SISXCAI305A Conduct individual long-term training programs SISXCAI306A Facilitate groups SISXCCS201A Provide customer service SISXCCS402A Coordinate client service activities SISXCCS403A Determine needs of client populations SISXCCS404A Address client needs SISXEMR201A Respond to emergency situations SISXEMR402A Coordinate emergency responses SISXFAC303A Implement facility maintenance programs SISXFAC404A Coordinate facility and equipment acquisition and maintenance SISXFAC506A Manage stock supply and purchase SISXIND101A Work effectively in sport and recreation environments SISXIND403A Analyse participation patterns SISXIND404A Promote compliance with laws and legal principles SISXIND405A Conduct projects SISXIND406A Manage projects SISXIND510A Manage education initiatives SISXOHS101A Follow occupational health and safety policies SISXOHS402A Implement and monitor occupational health and safety policies SISXOHS503A Establish and maintain occupational health
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Version

Release Date

Comments and safety systems SISXRES301A Provide public education on the use of resources SISXRES402A Support implementation of environmental management practices SISXRES403A Use resources efficiently SISXRES504A Conserve and re-establish natural systems SISXRES505A Achieve sustainable land management SISXRES506A Undertake open-space planning SISXRES507A Design and maintain the built environment SISXRSK301A Undertake risk analysis of activities SISXRSK502A Manage organisational risks

Outdoor Recreation Skill Sets ISC Upgrade Numerous ISC upgrades have been made to the Outdoor Recreation Skill Sets. Refer to Volume 1 for detailed information.

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Appendix B - Quality Assurance Reports


Quality Review o SSA contracted the Quality Assurance Panel member Nicola Burridge of TMI Management Solution to conduct the independent Quality/Holistic Review of SIS10 Version 2.0 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training package. The review is attached.

Editorial Report o The editorial report was undertaken by SSAs internal quality technical area. The report is attached.

Equity Report o The equity report was undertaken by SSAs internal quality technical area. The report is attached.

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Quality Review

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QUALITY REPORT S P O R T F I T N E S S A N D R E C R E A T I O N T R A I N I N G P A C K A G E : SIS10 VERSION 2

PREPARED

FOR

SERVICE SKILLS AUSTRALIA

BY:

Nicola Burridge TMI Management Solutions September 2012

SECTION 1: DETAILS

OF

DRAFT TRAINING PACKAGE COMPONENTS DETAIL


Sport Recreation and Fitness Training Package (SIS10) Version 2 2 new qualifications SIS30912 Certificate III in Sport Officiating SIS50712 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management 13 revised qualifications SIS10112 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation SIS20312 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation SIS20412 Certificate II in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS20512 Certificate II in Sport Coaching SIS30512 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation SIS30612 Certificate III in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS30712 Certificate III in Sport Coaching SIS30812 Certificate III in Sports Trainer SIS40412 Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation SIS40512 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching SIS40612 Certificate IV in Sport Development SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Coaching SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development

INFORMATION REQUIRED
Training Package title and code Number of new or revised qualifications or total number if a whole Training Package review

Number of new or revised units or total number if a whole Training Package review Sampling size of units

29 new units of competency 35 revised units of competency 10 units

QUALITY REPORT SIS10 .docx

Summary of comments including a definitive statement on whether the draft endorsed components meet the Training Package Quality Principles in Section 2

The panel member has reviewed draft units of competency, qualifications and the case for endorsement for the draft components. Service Skills Australia has undertaken internal equity & editing reviews. Responsiveness Revisions to SIS10 are a direct response to stakeholder feedback. There has been active industry involvement and appropriate consultation with key stakeholders. Recognition Connectivity is recognised through the inclusion of cross-industry units, and units from related industries. A key focus of this work has been to draw better links between the Training Package and important industry recognition schemes for the accreditation of coaches and officials, but there is something of a mismatch between industry levels and the AQF (see below for details); in terms of alignment, it is also true that the SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development (an existing qualification with few changes) does not seem to have sufficient rigour for a Diploma qualification, and that the SIS10112 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation includes a First Aid unit that is not really appropriate at that level. While new skills sets have been developed for SIS10 Version 2, they have not formed part of this review. Flexibility Qualifications vary in their level of flexibility, as some reflect very specific roles (e.g. coaching) and others are very broad (e.g. sport and recreation). While qualifications appear to allow for one third electives and one sixth of units to be selected from any Training Package or accredited course, there are limitations on this flexibility in many cases because of sports specific elective requirements and pre-requisite units (see below for details). Some units have pre-requisite units, including a hierarchy of pre-requisites in the new tennis units A number of qualifications have entry requirements strictly speaking, these are not expressed according

to policy, but seem valid as they meet particular industry requirements. Functionality: Units are clearly written and generally support sound assessment with specific guidance for users Units are in the CAT format. In the view of the panel member, the content of some units is packaged in qualifications at too low a level, or content could be amended to more clearly indicate the limited scope of functions being performed. In summary, draft components mainly meet Training Package quality principles, with some divergences variations from packaging flexibility rules due to industry-specific requirements and pre-requisites; a sometimes uneasy alignment against the AQF; and minor divergence in expression of entry requirements. Nicola Burridge, TMI Management Solutions Nicola Burridge has not been involved in development or validation activities associated with this Training Package 20 September 2012

Panel member completing Quality Report


Statement confirming Panel member has not been involved in the development or validation activities associated with this Training Package

Date completed
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SECTION 2: COMMENTS ON HOW DRAFT TRAINING PACKAGE COMPONENTS MEET QUALITY PRINCIPLES
QUALITY PRINCIPLES KEY FEATURES EVIDENCE COMMENTS

The endorsed components of a Training Package must Responsiveness to the needs of contemporary industry and its workforce Reflect contemporary work organisation and job profiles incorporating a futures orientation

How do the endorsed components of a Training Package achieve this? Open and inclusive consultation and validation commensurate with scope and impact is conducted Other national and international standards for skills are considered

Provide brief commentary on the whether the draft endorsed components meet the Quality Principles with specific reference to the evidence provided

Draft components comprise revisions to SIS10, the need for which was identified by RTO and industry stakeholders early in implementation of the first release of this Training Package. In particular, changes relate to: improving the sport and recreation qualification structures to reflect better industry needs and coverage with more sport specific content re-inclusion of sport officiating units providing a greater focus on legal and governance issues updating sport specific units to reflect current practice (e.g. changes to golf and basketball units and complete re-write of tennis units to meet new Tennis Australia levels) improving the alignment between the training package units and the industry accepted accreditation schemes.

Be driven by industrys needs Respond to government broad policy initiatives

Clever, sustainable approaches to incorporate feedback from stakeholders Innovative responses to government policy initiatives

Consultation processes have been appropriate to scope of development Think tanks attended by 26 organisations were held in Sydney and Melbourne There was involvement of several key industry groups (e.g. Australian Sports Commission, Tennis Australia, Basketball Australia) Drafts were distributed widely for comment to broader stakeholders SSAs Industry Advisory Committee (IAC) acted as a reference group for the project and made decisions on issues where there were varying stakeholder perspectives. This Committee includes a range of industry organisations. A feedback register was used for the project to record comments, though this did not include detail of responses to all issues raised.

Recognition ..of an individuals competence across industries and occupations

Recognise convergence and connectivity of skills Support movement of skills within and across organisations and sectors

Incorporation of cross industry units and qualifications Clear and consistent packaging rules for qualifications Qualification framework and pathways are effectively designed Incorporation of skill sets

Connectivity with other occupations is recognised in the proposed content. In particular, qualifications either include or offer as electives: cross-industry units from packages such as Business Services and Information and Communications Technology units from related industries such as hospitality and events

There are some challenges around qualification alignment against the AQF. Sport

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KEY FEATURES

EVIDENCE

COMMENTS

Promote national and international portability

Qualification outcomes are aligned with the Australian Qualifications Framework Other national and international standards for skills are considered Solutions to incorporate licensing and regulatory requirements are brokered

industry accreditation and registration systems have multiple levels, but these do not align with the AQF. Trying to reflect accreditation levels in the VET framework leads to something of a square pegs in round holes situation and is an ongoing challenge. In the panel members opinion, some SIS10 units are first packaged at AQF levels lower than content analysis would support. For example, officiating and coaching units where a person is required to judge performances, handle disputes (first packaged at Certificate II with an introductory unit first packaged at Certificate I). SSA advises that this approach directly relates to the need to strengthen links with industry accreditation schemes. The SIS10112 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation includes a First Aid unit in the core, which is not really appropriate at this level. This was raised as an issue in Northern Territory, but the IAC made the decision to retain the unit because of the importance of First Aid across the industry. At the opposite end of the spectrum, the content of the proposed SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Development seem to lack rigour and includes more units first packaged at Cert 3 than in the SIS40612 Certificate IV in Sport Development. SSA advises that the original intent was to remove this qualification. However, there was resistance from some RTOs, so the IAC decided to retain it and mark as an area for continuous improvement. Sport and Recreation qualifications include job roles that do not seem to be part of the Sport and Recreation industry. While multiskilling is important in the industry, it seems odd that people working in retail or hospitality roles would require a sport and recreation qualification rather than a retail or hospitality one There are no licensing requirements that affect the job roles in the draft components. However, industry accreditation and registration is very important in the sport industry, especially in the areas of coaching and officiating. New officiating units have been developed to link with Australian Sports Commission levels and definitions The panel member has suggested that these links could be made clearer in relevant units. New skill sets have been developed in SIS10 Version 2, but these have not formed part of the holistic quality review.

Reflect licensing and regulatory requirements

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QUALITY PRINCIPLES

KEY FEATURES

EVIDENCE

COMMENTS

Flexibility to meet individual enterprise and learner needs

Meet the diversity of individual and enterprise needs

Clear and consistent packaging rules for qualifications Provide flexible qualifications that enable application in different contexts

It first appears that qualifications meet flexibility requirements with at least one third of units as electives and one sixth of electives able to be selected from other qualifications within the host Training Package, another Training Package, or from accredited courses. However, as raised in equity review, the structure of sportspecific elective groups and the presences of pre-requisite requirements means that in some cases there are actually no free electives; and in one case, the sportspecific requirement exceeds the number of electives when pre-requisites are counted however, these sport-specific requirements are considered vital: For example, SIS20412 Certificate II in Sport Career Oriented Participation due to the larger size of some of the Elective groups (e.g. Group A AFL) and the prerequisite requirements of some of the General electives (e.g. SISSSCO202), depending on which Elective group a learner selects to complete the learner may not be able to select from the full range of General electives within the packaging rule requirements. This applies to other sport qualifications. For example, SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Coaching Due to the number of prerequisites, learners who select Group B Golf or Group F Tennis, are unable to select any units from the range of General electives as the elective requirements of the packaging rules have already been met (or exceeded)

Support equitable access and progression of learners

Provide multiple entry and exit points1. Pre and co-requisite units of competency are minimized Units of competency are clearly written and have consistent breadth and depth Advice is provided on implementation/pathways

Support learner transition between education sectors

More broadly and separate to the point above, in the view of the panel member, the free electives are quite restricted, as in some qualifications those free electives must be units first packaged at the level of the qualification with no flexibility around selecting units from different levels to suit the outcome required.

Most qualifications allow for direct entry, though some officiating and coaching qualifications have entry requirements. In the coaching qualifications, the requirements are expressed as First Aid and CPR certification combined with selected units of competency, industry accreditation and playing or coaching experience. The playing and coaching experience is not defined and is quite open to interpretation. Strictly speaking, these entry requirements do not meet policy requirements, however they are strongly supported by industry.

SIS10 does include pre-requisite units, and some are found in the content being submitted for endorsement, including in the new tennis units, which have a hierarchy of pre-requisites. The holistic QA reviewer questioned the need for these and SSA

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KEY FEATURES

EVIDENCE

COMMENTS

has advised that these must be maintained, in part due to the high levels of risk and to meet industry requirements. At the time of review, qualifications did not identify prerequisite unit requirements, and SSA has advised these will be added.
Functionality Support implementation across a range of settings Support sound assessment practice Advice is provided on implementation/pathways Units of competency are clearly written and have consistent breadth and depth Clear and consistent packaging rules for qualifications Compliance with the National Training Information System (NTIS)/National Register standard for loading and publication Compliance with Training Package policy

Units of competency are generally clearly written and support sound assessment: expression of requirements across units is consistent knowledge and skills requirements are generally specific, and therefore provide sound guidance to users about scope and depth critical aspects of assessment and context of assessment statements provide unit specific information

through ease of
understanding, clever design and consistency with policy and publication requirements

Not impose structural barriers to implementation

Some improvements suggested to SSA include: Removing justification statements in titles and in many areas of Required Knowledge Clarifying application in officiating descriptors to make the links clearer around differences between static and dynamic officials Checking for consistent expression in Required Skills and Evidence Guides

Draft units of competency are in CAT format

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APPENDIX A EDITORIAL REPORT FOR SIS10 SPORT, FITNESS AND RECREATION TRAINING PACKAGE VERSION 2

SECTION 1 DETAILS OF DRAFT TRAINING PACKAGE COMPONENTS


INFORMATION REQUIRED Training Package title and code Number of new or revised qualifications or total number if a whole Training Package review DETAIL SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package Version 2 15 new or revised qualifications: 10 Sport qualifications 5 Sport and Recreation qualifications.

13 new or revised Sport skill sets 2 new or revised Outdoor Recreation skill sets Number of new or revised units or total number if a whole Training Package review 63 new and revised units: 13 Sport Coaching units 3 Sport Development units 8 Sport Officiating units 3 Basketball units 13 Golf units 10 Tennis units 13 Cross Sector units.

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Sampling size of units

20 units were sampled, from the across the following unit sectors: Sport Coaching (3) Sport Officiating (3) Basketball (3) Golf (3) Tennis (3) Cross Sector (5)

Units sampled: SISSSCO202 Coach beginner or novice participants to develop fundamental motor skills SISSSCO303 Plan and deliver coaching programs SISSSCO305 Implement selection policies SISSSOF101 Develop and update officiating knowledge SISSSOF203 Judge competitive situations SISSSOF307 Coach officials SISSBSB201A Teach fundamental basketball skills SISSBSB203 Interpret and apply the rules of basketball

The size of sample should be commensurate with the number of units of competency being put forward for endorsement and be drawn from the breadth of qualifications involved in the submission. Typically, this should mean that where there are: less than 10 units of competency sample all units; between 10 100 units of competency sample a minimum of 10 units; between 100 250 units of competency sample 10% of units; greater than 250 units of competency sample 5% 10% of units. The exact number of units to be sampled must be confirmed with the ISC before commencing the work.

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SISSBSB305 Teach intermediate level basketball tactics and game strategy SISSGLF201 Perform the A-Grade skills of golf SISSGLF202 Apply the A-Grade tactics and strategies of golf SISSGLF508 Teach the advanced skills of golf SISSTNS201 Conduct red stage tennis activities SISSTNS509 Coach stroke production for high performance tennis players SISSTNS510 Coach tactics for high performance tennis players SISXIND211 Develop and update sport, fitness and recreation industry knowledge SISXIND402 Analyse legal knowledge for organisation governance SISXCAI101A Provide equipment for activities SISXRES504A Conserve and re-establish natural systems SISXWHS503 Establish and maintain work health and safety systems Summary of comments including a definitive statement on whether the draft endorsed components meet the requirements in Section 2

The draft endorsed components meet the requirements in Section 2.

Person completing the Editorial Report and 2 organisation.

Joy Harris, Quality Assurance Technical Officer, Service Skills Australia

Persons not a member of the Panel are required to provide the following additional information: demonstrated experience in editing technical and industry publications, preferably including education and/or training; demonstrated commitment by the applicant to ongoing professional development; details of relevant qualifications and/or professional membership(s).

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Date completed

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SECTION 2 EDITORIAL CHECKLIST OF DRAFT TRAINING PACKAGE COMPONENTS


EDITORIAL REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS Provide brief commentary on the whether the draft endorsed components meet each of the Editorial Requirements Yes

GENERAL INFORMATION 1. Draft endorsed components have been proofread and edited against Training Package Development Handbook policy by the ISC/developer prior to the formal Editorial review. 2. Draft components are compliant with the most recent CAT template OR are in the format agreed between the developer and the Department (check confirmation of agreement if the latter) Training Package information is sequenced correctly and is complete Training Package code (and review date if NQC Endorsement Required) is included and confirmed with ISC as being correct

Yes

3.

Yes

4.

Yes

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COMMENTS Provide brief commentary on the whether the draft endorsed components meet each of the Editorial Requirements a. Mapping tables for qualifications and units of competency are included providing transition information. A summary of the changes to the Training Package from the previous version is also provided. b. Modification history is included for each individual qualification and unit of competency, and a detailed modification history is included in the Preliminary pages of the Training Package c. A description of the Sport, Fitness and Recreation industries is included with clear descriptions of the key sectors covered by the Training Package: Sport, Recreation, Community Recreation and Fitness. The description provides details of characteristics of participation in this industry and workforce characteristics. Qualifications suitable for VET in Schools delivery are identified in the Qualification descriptors. The following qualifications are suitable for VET in Schools: SIS10112 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation SIS20312 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation SIS20412 Certificate II in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS20512 Certificate II in Sport Coaching

5.

Preliminary pages and Introduction include a. information on changes from the previous Training Package and transition information ie. mapping table b. A modification history c. A description of specific Training Package industry coverage

6.

Information on qualifications suitable for VET in schools is included in the Qualification Framework section

7.

Information on Australian Apprenticeships is included in the Qualification Framework section

Qualifications suitable for Australian Apprenticeships are identified in the Qualification descriptors. All qualifications in SIS10 are suitable for an Australian Apprenticeship pathway however the following qualifications are not suitable for School Based Traineeships/Apprenticeships: SIS30812 Certificate III in Sports Trainer SIS40612 Certificate IV in Sport Development SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development SIS50712 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management

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EDITORIAL REQUIREMENTS

COMMENTS Provide brief commentary on the whether the draft endorsed components meet each of the Editorial Requirements Yes

ASSESSMENT GUIDELINES 8. Has any additional industry specific information/ examples been added to the mandatory Assessment Guidelines text? Is this consistent with the mandatory text? UNITS OF COMPETENCY 9. Unit codes and titles are consistent with Training Package Development Handbook policy, and are accurately cross-referenced throughout the mapping documents, packaging rules, Index and any reference to pre or co-requisite units 10. Units of competency and their content are inserted in full, including any imported units of competency

Yes

Yes List of imported units specifically included in the Training Package is included in the Preliminary section of the Training Package identifying the parent training package. Imported units are available on Training.gov

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EDITORIAL REQUIREMENTS

COMMENTS Provide brief commentary on the whether the draft endorsed components meet each of the Editorial Requirements Yes

11. Units of competency have all necessary components, including: Unit descriptor (including licensing/regulatory advice) Employability skills Pre-requisite units (optional) Application of the competency Competency field (optional) Sector (optional) Elements of competency Performance criteria Required skills and knowledge Range statement Evidence guide, including: Critical aspects of evidence and assessment; Conditions under which competency may be assessed; Relationship to other units, including corequisites; Resource implications. 12. If not using the CAT template, the unit of competency elements and performance criteria are consistent with numbering conventions.

Units are in CAT format

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QUALIFICATIONS 13. Qualification codes and titles are consistent with Training Package Development Handbook policy, and are accurately cross referenced throughout the Training Package and index 14. Packaging rules and contextualisation advice are consistent with Training Package Development Handbook policy 15. A qualification pathways chart is inserted SKILL SETS

Yes

Yes.

Yes

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16. Skill Sets have been noted in the qualifications framework where applicable

skill sets are included in the Training Package, including 16 new skill sets: Sport o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Sports Medicine Australia Level 1 Sports Trainer Rugby Union Officiating Surf Life Saving Officiating Golf Officiating Officiating Basketball Referee Organisation Governance Board Organisation Governance Committee Community Coach Intermediate Coach Advanced Coach Officiating Dynamic Officiating Static Advanced Officiating Community Coach - Tennis

Outdoor Recreation o Wilderness First Aid o Climbing Instructor (Natural Surfaces) Single Pitch Lead

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17. Skill Sets do not purport to be qualifications or contain electives 18. Skill Sets clearly identify licensing/regulatory advice where applicable

NA

Skill sets clearly identify licensing/regulatory advice where applicable.

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SECTION 1 DETAILS OF DRAFT TRAINING PACKAGE COMPONENTS


INFORMATION REQUIRED Training Package title and code Number of new or revised qualifications or total number if a whole Training Package review DETAIL SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package Version 2 15 qualifications: SIS10112 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation SIS20312 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation SIS20412 Certificate II in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS20512 Certificate II in Sport Coaching SIS30512 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation SIS30612 Certificate III in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS30712 Certificate III in Sport Coaching SIS30812 Certificate III in Sports Trainer SIS30912 Certificate III in Sport Officiating SIS40412 Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation SIS40512 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching SIS40612 Certificate IV in Sport Development SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Coaching SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development SIS50712 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Management.

13 new or revised Sport skill sets: Rugby Union Officiating Surf Life Saving Officiating Golf Officiating Officiating Basketball Referee

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Organisation Governance Board Organisation Governance Committee Community Coach Intermediate Coach Advanced Coach Officiating Dynamic Officiating Static Advanced Officiating Community Coach - Tennis

New or revised Outdoor Recreation skill sets Wilderness First Aid Climbing Instructor (Natural Surfaces) Single Pitch Lead

Number of new or revised units or total number if a whole Training Package review

63 new and revised units: 13 Sport Coaching units 3 Sport Development units 8 Sport Officiating units 3 Basketball units 13 Golf units 10 Tennis units 13 Cross Sector units.

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Sampling size of units

20 units were sampled, from the across the following unit sectors: Sport Coaching (3) Sport Officiating (3) Basketball (3) Golf (3) Tennis (3) Cross Sector (5)

Units sampled: SISSSCO202 Coach beginner or novice participants to develop fundamental motor skills SISSSCO303 Plan and deliver coaching programs SISSSCO305 Implement selection policies SISSSOF101 Develop and update officiating knowledge SISSSOF203 Judge competitive situations SISSSOF307 Coach officials SISSBSB201A Teach fundamental basketball skills SISSBSB203 Interpret and apply the rules of basketball

The size of sample should be commensurate with the number of units of competency being put forward for endorsement and be drawn from the breadth of qualifications involved in the submission. Typically, this should mean that where there are: less than 10 units of competency sample all units; between 10 100 units of competency sample a minimum of 10 units; between 100 250 units of competency sample 10% of units; greater than 250 units of competency sample 5% 10% of units. The exact number of units to be sampled must be confirmed with the ISC before commencing the work.
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SISSBSB305 Teach intermediate level basketball tactics and game strategy SISSGLF201 Perform the A-Grade skills of golf SISSGLF202 Apply the A-Grade tactics and strategies of golf SISSGLF508 Teach the advanced skills of golf SISSTNS201 Conduct red stage tennis activities SISSTNS509 Coach stroke production for high performance tennis players SISSTNS510 Coach tactics for high performance tennis players SISXIND211 Develop and update sport, fitness and recreation industry knowledge SISXIND402 Analyse legal knowledge for organisation governance SISXCAI101A Provide equipment for activities SISXRES504A Conserve and re-establish natural systems SISXWHS503 Establish and maintain work health and safety systems Summary of comments including a definitive statement on whether the draft endorsed components meet the requirements in Section 2 Qualifications The fifteen (15) qualifications meet requirements regarding choice of electives and required ratio of core and elective units, including offering units from accredited courses as an option. The Training Package references units that can be imported from other current Training Packages. However, in some qualifications the learners choice to select from the range of elective options is restricted. o For example, SIS20412 Certificate II in Sport Career Oriented Participation Due to the larger size of some of the Elective groups (e.g. Group A AFL) and the prerequisite requirements of some of the General electives (e.g. SISSSCO202), depending on which Elective group a learner selects to complete the learner may not be able to select from the full range of General electives within the packaging rule requirements. This applies to other sport qualifications. o For example, SIS50512 Diploma of Sport Coaching Due to the number of prerequisites, learners who select Group B Golf or Group F Tennis, are unable to select any units from the range of General
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electives as the elective requirements of the packaging rules have already been met The qualifications are applicable in a range of sport and recreation contexts as described in the qualification descriptors. The qualifications meet a range of job outcomes and support a wide range of career paths. Some qualifications (e.g. SIS40512 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching) include entry requirements that have been added in this review. Pathways information is provided in a pathways diagram for each Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package sector. Australian Apprenticeship pathways and Vet in Schools pathways are identified in each qualification descriptor as appropriate. However, information is not provided in the qualification descriptors or elsewhere in the Training Package detailing pathways into qualifications or pathways from the qualifications.

Units Prerequisites are kept to a minimum throughout the package and are only included if it is necessary to develop a primary skill and required knowledge before progressing. However, some sport specific units, including the new and/or revised golf and tennis units include a hierarchy of prerequisites that have been determined by the National Sporting Organisation (NSO) that administers these sports. Co-requisites are not required for any units.

Skill Sets Person completing the Equity Report and 2 organisation. Date completed The skill sets support equitable access and meet a range of job outcomes.

Joy Harris, Quality Assurance Technical Officer, Service Skills Australia

Tuesday, 19th September 2012

Persons not a member of the Panel are required to provide the following additional information: demonstrated experience in analysis of equity issues in the training or educational context; demonstrated understanding of vocational education and training; demonstrated commitment by the person to ongoing professional development; details of relevant qualifications and/or professional membership(s).
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SECTION 2 EQUITY CHECKLIST OF DRAFT TRAINING PACKAGE COMPONENTS


EQUITY REQUIREMENTS COMMENTS Provide brief commentary on the whether the draft endorsed components meet each of the Equity Requirements

Endorsed components of a Training Package must reflect contemporary work organisation


1. Is there clear information on:

the nature of the workforce, including public and private sector, full and part time workers, permanent and casual staff, age breakdowns?

A description of the Sport, Fitness and Recreation industries is included with clear descriptions of the key sectors covered by the Training Package: Sport, Recreation, Community Recreation and Fitness, and the involvement of the public and private sector. The description provides details of characteristics of participation in this industry and workforce characteristics, including: paid employment employment outlook age profile retention involvement of volunteers

the cultural diversity of the workforce and under-represented groups? No information is provided in the overview of the Training Package regarding the cultural diversity of the workforce and under-represented groups. However, these are clearly identified in the Range Statement of many units within the Training Package. Documentation indicates that SIS10 V2 draft endorsed material was made available on the project feedback register as part of the consultation and validation process. The Consultation Summary document indicates that under-represented groups were consulted via lead agencies, for example: CHARTTES Training Advisory Council, NT the Board includes the Indigenous Development Coordinator and the Indigenous Sport Officer for the Department of Natural Resources, Environment, the Arts and Sport.

2.

Is there evidence that the consultation and validation processes included under-represented groups? For example, through lead agencies, individuals and groups in workplaces.

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COMMENTS Provide brief commentary on the whether the draft endorsed components meet each of the Equity Requirements

Endorsed components of a Training Package must meet the diversity of individual and enterprise needs
3. 4. 5. Are the units of competency written clearly and concisely so that they can be correctly and consistently interpreted by users? Can the content of the units of competency easily be made culturally appropriate? Are the Performance Criteria inclusive of other concepts of organisation or workplace? Yes Yes Yes

Endorsed components of a Training Package must support equitable access and progression of learners
6. If competency standards include stand-alone communication units, have they been developed for use at a range of qualification levels? Has the wording in the units of competency been written to ensure inclusivity of equity groups where possible? Are the language, literacy and numeracy skills required to complete the workplace tasks described and appropriate for the qualification outcome? Does the language, literacy and numeracy content in the units of competency reflect the level of importance/centrality of those competencies to the workplace task? Are the items specified in the Required Skills and Knowledge section clear and necessary to achieve the unit outcomes? Are the Performance Criteria specific enough to convey meaning? N/A

7.

Yes

8. 9.

Yes Yes

10.

Yes

11.

Yes

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COMMENTS Provide brief commentary on the whether the draft endorsed components meet each of the Equity Requirements Do the units of competency make clear whether a person needs to read and Yes comprehend workplace documentation or whether the issue is one of awareness of its existence relevant to the job role and where it can be sourced? EQUITY REQUIREMENTS

Endorsed components of a Training Package must support implementation across a range of settings
13. Are all the critical terms and phrases in the Performance Criteria (written in bold and italics) further defined in the Range Statement? Does the Range Statement cater for reasonable adjustment by allowing for different work environments and situations that may affect performance? Yes

14.

Yes

Endorsed components of a Training Package must support sound assessment practice


15. Is the suggested Method of Assessment in the Evidence Guide an appropriate way to assess performance for the Unit of Competence? Does the suggested Method of Assessment in the Evidence Guide provide flexibility suitable for equity groups, in particular Indigenous people, people with a disability, inclusive of gender and other cultures? Yes

16.

Yes

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Appendix C - Letters of Support


This section includes the following letters of support Australian Services Union Australian Sports Commission Basketball Australia Fitness Australia NSW Sports Federation Outdoor Council of Australia Professional Golfers Association QLD Skills Alliance Sport SA Tennis Australia

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Karen Beattie Senior Project Officer, Training Packages Service Skills Australia GPO Box 4194 SYDNEY NSW 2001

Dear Karen I am pleased to provide the Australian Sports Commissions support for the proposed changes to the SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package identified through the continuous improvement project, in particular the coaching and officiating units and qualifications. The revisions to the sport qualifications (for example, Certificate II, III, IV and Diploma in Sport Coaching) now match contemporary practices and will better meet the needs of the sport sector. The SIS10 Version 2 better aligns with the Commissions National Coaching Accreditation Scheme and National Officiating Accreditation Scheme. Service Skills Australias consultation with the Commission was extensive over the recent 12 month period, and included targeted meetings across a range of subject matter with key staff of the Commission. In turn, the Commission provided all National Sporting Organisations recognised by the Commission with the opportunity to provide feedback on drafts. If you require any further information, please contact me as below: Phone: Email: 02 6214 7330 kevin.thompson@ausport.gov.au

Yours sincerely

Kevin Thompson Director Workforce Development Support Australian Sports Commission 19 September 2012

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15th October, 2012 Ms. Karen Beattie Senior Project Officer, Training Packages Service Skills Australia

Dear Karen
RE: Support for Version 2 - SIS10 Sport, Fitness & Recreation Training Package

Fitness Australia is the national health and fitness industry association working for a fitter, healthier Australia. Fitness Australia is a not-for-profit, member-based association with over 1,200 registered fitness business members and 26,000 registered exercise professionals Australia-wide. Fitness Australia supports the changes in SIS10 Version 2, identified through the continuous improvement process. Fitness Australia has been consulted throughout the Version 2 continuous improvement project and supports the endorsement of the SIS10 Version 2 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package. Yours sincerely,

Craig Knox General Manager Industry Development

10 October 2012

Ms Karen Beattie Senior Project Officer Training Packages Service Skills Australia GPO Box 4194 SYDNEY NSW 2001

Dear Karen, Support for Version 2 of the SIS10 Sport, Fitness & Recreation Training Package The NSW Sports Federation is the peak body for sport in New South Wales operating as an independent non-for-profit organisation. The Federation is responsible to more than 80 state sporting organisations that deliver sport in the jurisdiction of New South Wales. The NSW Sports Federation supports the changes in SIS10 Version 2, identified through the continuous improvement process. The revisions to the Sport, and Sport & Recreation qualifications are now better aligned to meet contemporary industry needs and practices. The SIS10 Version 2 provides harmonisation with sport industry accreditation schemes, and the re-insertion of officiating units and qualification achieves the necessary requirements. The NSW Sports Federation has been consulted throughout the Version 2 continuous improvement project and is pleased to support the endorsement of the SIS10 Version 2 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package. Kind regards, Ross Turner Chief Executive Officer

10th October 2012

Karen Beattie Senior Project Officer, Training Packages Service Skills Australia GPO Box 4194 SYDNEY NSW 2001

Dear Karen RE: Support for Version 2 of the SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package

The Outdoor Council of Australia supports the changes in SIS10 Version 2, identified through the continuous improvement process. The revisions to the Sport, and Sport & Recreation, qualifications are now better aligned to meet contemporary industry needs and practices. The SIS10 Version 2 provides harmonisation with sport industry accreditation schemes, and the re-insertion of officiating units and qualifications fills much needed industry gaps. While adjustments and refinements in unit titles, skill sets and packaging remain, the OCA acknowledges improvement has been made. The Outdoor Council of Australia has been consulted throughout the Version 2 continuous improvement project and is willing to support the endorsement of the SIS10 Version 2 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package. We however remain committed to a more detailed and timely review in the near future to rectify existing issues. Kind Regards

Ken Pullen President, Outdoor Council of Australia

19th September 2012 Karen Beattie Senior Project Officer, Training Packages kbeattie@serviceskills.com.au Re: Support of SIS10 Training Package - Version 2 Dear Karen, On behalf of the PGA, I would like to endorse the changes being put forward as part of the SIS10 Training Package - Version 2. The PGA is very supportive of the work that has been done on various aspects of the package. The process of engaging industry stakeholders for consultation and feedback has been very thorough and we believe this has resulted in a vastly improved version. Sincerely,

Craig Sharp Executive Officer - Training and Education

8 June, 2012 Karen Beattie Senior Project Manager Service Skills Australia kbeattie@serviceskills.com.au Dear Karen, The purpose of this correspondence to provide Tennis Australias support for the suggested changes to the SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package identified through the continuous improvement project, in particular the coaching and officiating units. The revisions to the sport qualifications (for example, Certificate II, III, IV and Diploma in Sport Coaching) now match contemporary practices and will better meet the needs of our sport. Tennis Australia was represented at the two Think Tanks in 2011 by Andrea Buckeridge. These Think Tanks allowed an opportunity to be part of the discussion with representatives from other sports and industry stakeholders and to provide feedback on the suggested revisions to the training package. We were also very fortunate to have the assistance of Shirley Brown over a number of days to plan a pathway for tennis coaches from Certificate II through to Diploma level. Shirley has been invaluable in assisting us to review and write the tennisspecific units for each level. Currently in the SIS10 package there are two tennis skill sets Tennis Australia Junior Development Coach and Tennis Officiating. We request these skill sets be removed from the SIS10 package. We request that a Community Coach (tennis) skill set be included at the Certificate II level. A draft of units to be included in the Community Coach skill set has been sent to Shirley Brown. In March 2012, Tennis Australia partnered with Smart Connection Company to deliver nationally recognised qualifications. The SIS30710 Certificate III in Sport Coaching qualification is the first to be delivered under this partnership. This qualification will be dual branded with the Tennis Australia Junior Development Coaching course (which sits in the Australian Sport Commissions NCAS and is endorsed by the International Tennis Federation). The first courses will be delivered in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland commencing in June, 2012. Tennis coaches play a critical role in driving the sport and Tennis Australia is committed to delivering coach education and training which produces quality coaches. We would like to thank Service Skills Australia for providing us with access to Shirley Browns services to both review and update the tennis specific units of competency and to plan a pathway for the development of our tennis coaching workforce. We look forward to the endorsement of Version 2 of SIS10. Kind regards

Geoff Quinlan Coach and Talent Development Manager

SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package Version 2.0 Case For Endorsement

Appendix D - State training authority feedback


The few issues which were raised by some of the STAs have been resolved, and corrections have been made accordingly, for example: Fixing up existing unit codes that were used for different units by re-allocating the next available unit code in the sequence Ensuring the Diploma of Sport Development remained as a separate qualification Reviewed the entry requirements to the Certificate III in Officiating, Certificate IV in Sport Coaching and the Diploma of Sport Coaching. These entry requirements will be reviewed again in 12 months.

All STAs have advised that they have no significant issues with the SIS10 Sport, Fitness and Recreation Training Package Version 2 draft Case for Endorsement, and are supportive of the draft endorsed components being submitted to the NSSC for endorsement.

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Appendix E
Enrolment and other data related to qualifications
Number of RTOs with qualifications on scope 4 Number of qualification enrolments for SIS10 and Superseded Training Package 2010-2011 5 Proportion of apprentices/trainees of total enrolments for 2010-March 2012 6 Figure 16. Vocational Course Enrolments by Sport and Recreation Qualification (20072010), Figure 18. Vocational Course Enrolments by Sport Qualification (2007 -2010) and Figure 1. Vocational Course Enrolments by Coaching Qualification (200710) 7
Number of RTOs with Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications on scope

Qualification SIS10 V1.3

RTOs with any unit or qualification currently in scope

SIS10110 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation SIS20310 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation SIS20410 Certificate II in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport Coaching SIS30510 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation SIS30610 Certificate III in Sport Career Oriented Participation SIS30710 Certificate III in Sport Coaching SIS30810 Certificate III in Sports Trainer SIS40410 Certificate IV in Sport and Recreation SIS40510 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching SIS40610 Certificate IV in Sport Development

40 91 14

53 64 18

27 22 26 22 20

4 5

training.gov.au, 11/09/2012 VOCSTATS 08/08/2012. VOCSTATS data only includes publicly funded enrolments. 6 VOCSTATS, 12/09/2012. VOCSTATS data only includes publicly funded enrolments. 7 SSA Environmental Scan 2012 Figures 16, 18, 20
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Number of RTOs with Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualifications on scope

Qualification SIS10 V1.3

RTOs with any unit or qualification currently in scope

SIS50110 Diploma of Facility Management SIS50410 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Administration SIS50510 Diploma of Sport Coaching SIS50610 Diploma of Sport Development

8 18 16 27

Information publicly available on VET enrolments and completions is currently limited to publicly-funded training and accredited training delivered to international students as part of immigration requirements. SSA is aware that the existing data only provides part of the picture and is looking forward to the implementation of the National VET Data Strategy.
Number of Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualification enrolments SIS10 Code and Title Enrolments 2010-2011

SIS10110 Certificate I in Sport and Recreation SIS20310 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation SIS30510 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation SIS30710 Certificate III in Sport Coaching SIS30810 Certificate III in Sports Trainer SIS40510 Certificate IV in Sport Coaching SIS50110 Diploma of Facility Management SIS50410 Diploma of Sport and Recreation Administration

0 30 0 13 29 0 1 7

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Number of Sport, and Sport and Recreation qualification enrolments in Superseded Training Package Code and Title Enrolments 2010-2011

SRS20206 - Certificate II in Sport (Career-oriented participation) SRS20306 - Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) SRS30206 - Certificate III in Sport (Career-oriented participation) SRS30306 - Certificate III in Sport (Coaching) SRS30406 - Certificate III in Sport (Officiating) SRS30506 - Certificate III in Sport (Athlete support services) SRS40206 - Certificate IV in Sport (Coaching) SRS40506 - Certificate IV in Sport (Development) SRS50206 - Diploma of Sport (Coaching) SRS50506 - Diploma of Sport (Development)

1970 5308 710 728 144 248 282 1027 39 1486

Proportion of apprentices/trainees of total enrolments 2010-March 2012

Code and Title SRS20206 - Certificate II in Sport (Career-oriented participation) SRS20306 - Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) SRS20406 - Certificate II in Sport (Officiating) SRS30206 - Certificate III in Sport (Career-oriented participation) SRS30306 - Certificate III in Sport (Coaching) SRS30406 - Certificate III in Sport (Officiating) SRS40206 - Certificate IV in Sport (Coaching)

Apprentices/trainees 871 308 0 4146 3181 642 47

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Figure 16. Vocational Course Enrolments by Sport and Recreation Qualification (20072010)
1,800 1,600 1,400 1,200 1,000 800 600 400 200 0 Cert I in Cert II in Cert III in Cert IV in Diploma of Advanced Sport and Sport and Sport and Sport and Sport and Diploma of Recreation Recreation Recreation Recreation Recreation Sport and Recreation
2007 2008 2009 2010

Source: NCVER Students and Courses 2010

Figure 18. Vocational Course Enrolments by Sport Qualification (200710)


800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0

2007 2008 2009 2010

Source: NCVER Students and Courses 2010

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Figure 20. Vocational Course Enrolments by Coaching Qualification (200710)


2,500

2,000

1,500

2007 2008 2009 2010

1,000

500

0 Cert II in Sport (Coaching) Cert III in Sport (Coaching) Cert IV in Sport (Coaching) Diploma of Sport (Coaching)

Source: NCVER Students and Courses 2010

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