CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health
This qualification 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.
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.
- Activities Officer
- Community Leisure Officer
- Disability Officer – day support
- Diversional therapy assistant
- Leisure Officer
- Recreation activities officer
17 units in total to be completed (10 Core, 7 Electives)
|CHCCOM002||Use communication to build relationships|
|CHCDIV001||Work with diverse people|
|HLTWHS002||Follow safe work practices for direct client care|
|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 on own personal practice|
|HLTAAP002||Confirm physical health status|
|CHCAGE001||Facilitate the empowerment of older people|
|CHCCCS023||Support independence and well being|
|CHCCCS025||Support relationships with carers and families|
|CHCCCS015||Provide individualised support|
|CHCDIS002||Follow established person-centred behaviour supports|
|CHCDIS003||Support community participation and social inclusion|
|CHCDIS007||Facilitate the empowerment of people with disability|
Fees and Charges
- $2500 – Full Course
- $1700 – Self-Directed Learning
- $1200 – Full RPL
* Self-Directed learning and full RPL – enrolled students must have current industry experience
QLD – 2014-2016 VET Investment Plan (Higher Level Skills)
Available to learners who do not hold or be enrolled into a Certificate IV or Higher Qualification
- Non-Concession Students – $180.00 / $10.00 per unit
- Concession Students – $90.00 / $5.00 per unit
What is Higher Skills?
The principle aim of the Higher Level Skills program is to help individuals gain the higher level skills required to secure employment or career advancement in a priority industry.
The Higher Level Skills program will provide employers and industry with the capacity to address current workforce development needs.
For further information, please refer to the following Fact Sheet http://www.training.qld.gov.au/resources/training-organisations/pdf/hls-factsheet-student.pdf
Should you require a print out of this fact sheet, we can print this for you.
High-priority qualifications are those qualifications which develop the skills most needed by the economy.
They are determined based on information about skill shortages, advice from industry, and the importance of the qualification in gaining an employment outcome.
What is the cost?
Given the increased benefits that you can gain from higher-level training, you are required to contribute to the cost of your training through a student co-contribution fee, payable to the training provider.
The amount of fees varies depending upon the course you undertake and the training provider you choose.
The fee may be paid on your behalf by an employer or a third party but cannot be paid by the training provider.
Aspire to Succeed Learner Co-Contribution Fees
Fees for the course are invoiced upon enrolment for all units enrolled. Invoices have a 14 day payment term.
Should you withdraw from the course, or not commence units, you will be refunded for any units paid, which you did not commence training in.
Learners have the opportunity to pay the course fees off over the duration of the course. At no time do we wish to disadvantage a learner from completing their studies and therefore, payment plans are available.
Access to the program
As you can only access the Higher Skills subsidy once, it is important you choose the right course for you to take full advantage of this opportunity.
From 1 July 2014, the Queensland Skills Gateway will display the courses available under the Higher Skills program and will also provide information about what they cover, the careers they can lead to, and the training providers approved to deliver them.
Within 3 months of completion or withdrawal from the course it is a requirement for each learner to complete and submit a ‘Training and Employment Survey’.
The results of these surveys are provided to the QLD Training Department on a quarterly basis.
You will be provided with the form either face to face or through the post, dependent on the circumstance at the time.