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CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health

The Certificate IV in Leisure and Health reflects the role of workers participating in the design, implementation and evaluation of leisure, health activities and programs for clients in one or more sector areas. Workers may be in residential facilities and/or in community agencies and day centres, completing specialised tasks and functions in relation to leisure and health. While workers are responsible for their own outputs, work is carried out under direct or indirect supervision within defined organisation guidelines.

Entry Criteria

This is an open entry program of study with participants needing to read, write and communicate well in English. Participants are required to complete an LLN evaluation to determine suitability for this course.

To achieve this qualification, the candidate must have completed at least 120 hours of work as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of the units of competency.

No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this qualification at the time of publication. Participants are required to provide a recent (no less than 6 months old) National Police Clearance prior to undergoing workplace training.

 

Career Outcomes

Successful completion of the Certificate IV in Leisure and Health can lead to various job pathways such as Leisure and Therapy Assistant, or Community Development Worker working in aged care facilities, home and community care organisations, or other health care services..

Course structure

This course can be delivered using the following modes of delivery:

Workplace Traineeship – for those employed in the industry

Blended Learning – which involves: – Face to face/ Classroom – Online learning and assessment (Self-Paced) – Work placement (minimum 120 hours)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Tubal offers all participants the opportunity to have existing skills and knowledge recognised through Recognition of Prior Learning.  Participants may be eligible for RPL for units based on their work background, qualifications, working in the community, volunteering and life experiences (such as hobbies, sport and recreation).

Applicants for RPL will be required to complete the following as a minimum:

– Application interview

– Portfolio evidence submission

– Online self-assessment

*Skills gap training and knowledge assessments may also be required as part of the RPL process.

Applicants will have 6 months and up to 3 opportunities to submit their requested evidence portfolio before further fees could apply.

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Cost

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Unit Selection (Core & Electives)

Total number of units = 17

  • 10 core units
  • 7 elective units, consisting of:
    • at least 4 units from the electives listed below
    • up to 3 units from the electives listed below, any endorsed Training Package or accredited course – these units must be relevant to the work outcome

    All electives chosen must contribute to a valid, industry-supported vocational outcome.

Core units

CHCCOM002

Use communication to build relationships

CHCDIV001

Work with diverse people

CHCLAH001

Work effectively in the leisure and health industries

CHCLAH002

Contribute to leisure and health programming

CHCLAH003

Participate in the planning, implementation and monitoring of individual leisure and health programs

CHCLAH004

Participate in planning leisure and health programs for clients with complex needs

CHCLAH005

Incorporate lifespan development and sociological concepts into leisure and health programming

CHCPRP003

Reflect on and improve own professional practice

HLTAAP002

Confirm physical health status

HLTWHS002

Follow safe work practices for direct client care

Elective units

CHCAGE001

Facilitate the empowerment of older people

CHCAGE005

Provide support to people living with dementia

CHCAOD001

Work in an alcohol and other drugs context

CHCCCS008

Develop strategies to address unmet needs

CHCCCS015

Provide individualised support

CHCCCS020

Respond effectively to behaviours of concern

CHCCCS023

Support independence and wellbeing

CHCCCS025

Support relationships with carers and families

CHCCCS027

Visit client residence

CHCCDE002

Develop and implement community programs

CHCCDE003

Work within a community development framework

CHCDIS002

Follow established person-centred behaviour supports

CHCDIS003

Support community participation and social inclusion

CHCDIS007

Facilitate the empowerment of people with disability

CHCDIV002

Promote Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety

CHCHCS001

Provide home and community support services

CHCMHS001

Work with people with mental health issues

CHCMHS002

Establish self-directed recovery relationships

CHCMHS003

Provide recovery oriented mental health services

CHCMHS004

Work collaboratively with the care network and other services

CHCPAL001

Deliver care services using a palliative approach

CHCPRT002

Support the rights and safety of children and young people

CHCSET001

Work with forced migrants

CHCSOH001

Work with people experiencing or at risk of homelessness

CHCVOL003

Recruit, induct and support volunteers

CHCYTH001

Engage respectfully with young people

CHCYTH009

Support youth programs

HLTAID003

Provide first aid

BSBINM201

Process and maintain workplace information

BSBLDR403

Lead team effectiveness

SISCCRO001

Plan and conduct recreation programs for older persons

SISXCAI007

Assist with activities not requiring equipment

SISXDIS001

Facilitate inclusion for people with a disability

SISXDIS002

Plan and conduct disability programs