SRS30303 Certificate III in Sport (Coaching)

Sport specialisation: martial arts

This Certificate III in Sport Coaching Qualification for the martial arts was originally released by Sport and Recreation Australia (SRTA) under the authority of the (ANTA) Australian National Training Authority and is now recognised by the Service Industry Skills Council (SISC).

This Sport Industry training package qualification holds the relevant units of competence for individuals wanting to teach  martial arts. The qualification will now allow participants to attain formal recognition from the government and the community for their martial arts discipline studies. This qualification is a benchmark and now sets the standard for all martial arts disciplines. The qualification opens the door to formal career path opportunities and of course articulation into further studies under this framework.
You may now train in your favourite martial art with a recognised ICK affiliate / study this training package and upon successful completion of all units, receive a government recognised qualification.  

This course is a combination of physical and theoretical martial art studies. Assessment is based on successful completion of all workbook activities, portfolio development (personal CV, previous certification, references) attendance at International College of Kenshusei seminars, successful completion of written assessment paper for each cluster of units. Final assessment for this qualification is a collaborative effort between the International College of Kenshusei and Lange's Martial Arts senior coach or official that will highlight the student's on the job and practical performance.

RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning)
RPL recognises the skills you have gained from other courses, life experience, work experience and training provided at work. The RPL process measures your skills against the outcomes of a course or module.
RPL includes course/module exemptions.
RPL does not include Credit Transfer.
It is important to apply for RPL if you think you have already got some experience that might be relevant to your course.

Summary of Certificate III Modules
Core:  Communication, administration, dealing with clients. operating computer programs, frontline management and OHS, risk management, sport and recreation law.

Coaching Stream:  operate in accord with accepted coaching practices, styles and ethical responsibilities. Assist in preparing and conducting sport and recreation sessions for clients. Apply rule and regulations. Conduct sport and recreation sessions.

Martial arts Specialisation:- Teach the intermediate skills of martial arts.

Emergency response:-  Implement injury prevention and apply basic first aid. (The cost of completing the first aid statement of attainment is an extra cost ($180 with ICK) over and above the Certificate III qualification. The standard community first aid qualifications, through the International College of Kenshusei, Red Cross and St Johns are accepted for this qualification.

Refund policy
Once course materials have been issued to the student, no refund will be given. Lange’s Martial Arts will refund all payments made by a student if the course is cancelled.

Our professional Martial Arts courses are all Government accredited, Centrelink, Austudy & Abstudy approved. Enabling you to train full time.

Lange’s Martial Arts Centres have partnered with the International College of Kenshusei RTOid No 6930) to ensure quality training and assessment standards are maintained. All nationally recognised qualifications are issued by the International College of Kenshusei upon successful completion of all units of competence.

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