The skills and knowledge gained from our leisure and health course will enable you to provide quality of life opportunities to individuals who experience barriers to participation in recreation and leisure. They challenge and enhance the psychological, social, emotional and physical wellbeing of the community today and in the future.
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Break through society’s barriers and provide quality-of-life opportunities to those in need
The CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health will provide you with the skills 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 centers, 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.
By studying the CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure & Health, you will learn how to provide quality-of-life opportunities for individuals who experience barriers to participation in recreation and leisure. Your clients may range from people with disabilities, older people, youth, children, families, corporate organisations, those in respite, and those with variable education levels and diverse backgrounds.
Our course has been designed with your career path in mind. With 120 hours of practical placement, we ensure that graduates have real workplace experience upon completion, increasing their employment prospects. You’ll gain the ability to challenge and enhance the psychological, social, emotional, and physical wellbeing of those in your community and will have the confidence needed to seek out new opportunities that utilise your skills.
This qualification is nationally recognised under the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF). Dependent upon completion of relevant work experience, eligible students will be able to apply for full membership with Diversional Therapy Australia (DTA).
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How do I Enrol?
There are 17 units of competency in this Leisure and Health qualification. Students will be supported throughout the course program via one-on-one Trainer support, online eLearning, live and recorded web-tutorials, live chats and forums which are designed to support individual learner needs. Australis College will integrate the activities, bringing together some units that reflect real industry outcomes and processes. To obtain this qualification, you must complete the following 17 units of competency.
|Unit of Competency||Unit of Competency Code|
|Work with diverse people||CHCDIV001|
|Work with forced imigrants||CHCSET001|
|Work with people with mental health issues||CHCMHS001|
|Confirm physical health status||HLTAAP002|
|Assess co-existing needs||CHCCCS004|
|Work effectively in the leisure and health industries||CHCLAH001|
|Provide advocacy and representation services||CHCADV002|
|Follow safe work practices for direct client care||HLTWHS002|
|Maintain work health and safety||HLTWHS003|
|Use communication to build relationships||CHCCOM002|
|Facilitate the empowerment of people with disability||CHCDIS007|
|Plan and conduct recreation programs for older persons||SISCCRO001|
|Contribute to leisure and health programming||CHCLAH002|
|Participate in the planning, implementation and monitoring of individual leisure and health programs||CHCLAH003|
|Participate in planning leisure and health programs for clients with complex needs||CHCLAH004|
|Incorporate lifespan development and
sociological concepts into leisure and health programming
|Reflect on and improve own professional