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Thinking Leisure and Health?

Study with us.

  • Enrich your life and also the lives of others through learning leisure and health.
  • Learn how to work with individuals who experience barriers to participation.
  • Develop basic knowledge to assist people’s psychological, social, and physical well-being.
  • Study to suit your lifestyle with our flexible and practical study options.
  • Gain a nationally recognised leisure and health Skill Set that is respected by industry.

CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health

CHCSS00080
Induction to Leisure and Health

Grow your career opportunities through the CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health.

The skills and knowledge gained from completing the CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health will enable you to provide quality of life opportunities to individuals who experience barriers to participation in recreation and leisure.

By completing this Skill Set, you will have gained the basic knowledge required to enhance the psychological, social, emotional and physical well-being of a range of individuals through leisure and recreation…today and into the future.

Find out more about this rewarding leisure and health course while reading the information in the tabs below.

Course Overview
Course Structure
Study & Assessment

Skill Set Overview – CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health

Become part of the fast-growing Leisure and Health industry by completing the Nationally Recognised CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health.

In this Induction to Leisure and Health course, you will learn skills to support people in meeting their leisure and recreational needs.

The skills and knowledge gained from this course will provide you with the basic and essential knowledge you will need to improve the quality of life opportunities for individuals who experience barriers to participation in recreation and leisure.

Workers may be in residential facilities and community agencies and day centres, completing specific tasks and functions around leisure and recreation. While workers are responsible for their output, work is usually carried out under direct or indirect supervision and within an organisation’s guidelines.

Course Outcomes

By studying the CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health, you will learn the basics of 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 you have real workplace experience upon completion, which is likely to increase your employment prospects.

This is an interactive and supportive course, and also includes extensive trainer support from industry experts to help you achieve your goals.

In this Skill Set you’ll also learn to:

  • Provide appropriate leisure and health services
  • Operate within the policies and procedures of the leisure and health sector
  • Identify activities to match leisure and health needs of the client or group
  • Assist with the preparation of activity plan
  • Identify and obtain required resources
  • Promote activity or program
  • Deliver activity or program
  • Evaluate activity
  • Document the activity or program
  • Gather and record detailed information about clients
  • Participate in the design of individual program plans
  • Implement individual program plans
  • Monitor and evaluate individual program plans

Leisure and Health Qualification Career Opportunities:

  • Leisure and lifestyle coordinator
  • Activities officer
  • Leisure officer
  • Community leisure officer
  • Recreational activities officer

Community Services Qualification Pathways

By completing the Leisure and Health course you will also have the option of continuing to complete either a CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health or CHC53415 Diploma of Leisure and Health courses through Australis.

There are a number of units of competency in the CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health which are also contained within our range of Community Services and Counselling courses. One of our team will be happy to discuss the number of credits you could apply towards these courses. Any credits that you are granted will also, therefore, reduce the time and cost of these courses.

Subject list for CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health

Over 3 month period, students at Australis College must complete 3 units of competency while studying to obtain their CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health.

Students will also be supported throughout the course via Trainer support, eLearning, live and recorded online classes, live chats and also forums.

Unit of Competency

Unit of Competency Code

Work effectively in the leisure and health industries CHCLAH001
Contribute to leisure and health programming CHCLAH002
Participate in the planning, implementation and monitoring of individual leisure and health programs CHCLAH003

Assessment Only Fees

To obtain this qualification via the Assessment Only method, you will be required to complete the 3 Units of Competency within the CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health.  The table below outlines the fees associated for each Subject and the Units of Competency the Subject covers.

Induction to Leisure and Health Skill Set Fees

 

Blended Learning

Blended Learning combines the flexibility of online learning with the practical support of face-to-face (only available for certain courses), or live training via web tutorials, online forums and interactive e-learning.

Find Out More

Recognition of Prior Learning

Get credit for your existing experience. RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) recognises the skills and knowledge you’ve gained through work and life experiences and maps the evidence of these against the criteria for individual units of competency.

Find Out More

Grow your career opportunities through the CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health.

The skills and knowledge gained from completing the CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health will enable you to provide quality of life opportunities to individuals who experience barriers to participation in recreation and leisure.

By completing this Skill Set, you will have gained the basic knowledge required to enhance the psychological, social, emotional and physical well-being of a range of individuals through leisure and recreation…today and into the future.

Find out more about this rewarding leisure and health course while reading the information in the tabs below.

Course Overview Course Overview

Skill Set Overview – CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health

Become part of the fast-growing Leisure and Health industry by completing the Nationally Recognised CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health.

In this Induction to Leisure and Health course, you will learn skills to support people in meeting their leisure and recreational needs.

The skills and knowledge gained from this course will provide you with the basic and essential knowledge you will need to improve the quality of life opportunities for individuals who experience barriers to participation in recreation and leisure.

Workers may be in residential facilities and community agencies and day centres, completing specific tasks and functions around leisure and recreation. While workers are responsible for their output, work is usually carried out under direct or indirect supervision and within an organisation’s guidelines.

Course Outcomes

By studying the CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health, you will learn the basics of 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 you have real workplace experience upon completion, which is likely to increase your employment prospects.

This is an interactive and supportive course, and also includes extensive trainer support from industry experts to help you achieve your goals.

In this Skill Set you’ll also learn to:

  • Provide appropriate leisure and health services
  • Operate within the policies and procedures of the leisure and health sector
  • Identify activities to match leisure and health needs of the client or group
  • Assist with the preparation of activity plan
  • Identify and obtain required resources
  • Promote activity or program
  • Deliver activity or program
  • Evaluate activity
  • Document the activity or program
  • Gather and record detailed information about clients
  • Participate in the design of individual program plans
  • Implement individual program plans
  • Monitor and evaluate individual program plans

Leisure and Health Qualification Career Opportunities:

  • Leisure and lifestyle coordinator
  • Activities officer
  • Leisure officer
  • Community leisure officer
  • Recreational activities officer

Community Services Qualification Pathways

By completing the Leisure and Health course you will also have the option of continuing to complete either a CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health or CHC53415 Diploma of Leisure and Health courses through Australis.

There are a number of units of competency in the CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health which are also contained within our range of Community Services and Counselling courses. One of our team will be happy to discuss the number of credits you could apply towards these courses. Any credits that you are granted will also, therefore, reduce the time and cost of these courses.

Course Structure Course Structure

Subject list for CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health

Over 3 month period, students at Australis College must complete 3 units of competency while studying to obtain their CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health.

Students will also be supported throughout the course via Trainer support, eLearning, live and recorded online classes, live chats and also forums.

Unit of Competency

Unit of Competency Code

Work effectively in the leisure and health industries CHCLAH001
Contribute to leisure and health programming CHCLAH002
Participate in the planning, implementation and monitoring of individual leisure and health programs CHCLAH003

Assessment Only Fees

To obtain this qualification via the Assessment Only method, you will be required to complete the 3 Units of Competency within the CHCSS00080 Induction to Leisure and Health.  The table below outlines the fees associated for each Subject and the Units of Competency the Subject covers.

Induction to Leisure and Health Skill Set Fees

 

Study & Assessment Study & Assessment

Blended Learning

Blended Learning combines the flexibility of online learning with the practical support of face-to-face (only available for certain courses), or live training via web tutorials, online forums and interactive e-learning.

Find Out More

Recognition of Prior Learning

Get credit for your existing experience. RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) recognises the skills and knowledge you’ve gained through work and life experiences and maps the evidence of these against the criteria for individual units of competency.

Find Out More

Follow our easy online application process.

Get Started Now! Get Started Now!

Enter your details and one of our friendly course consultants will be in touch.

Ask a Question Ask a Question