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SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness


Practical experience in the workplace:


SBAT SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness trainees are required to complete an average of 7 hours of
supervised placement per week over the duration of their course. The aim of completing work placement
hours is to gain knowledge and skills required to work in the fitness industry.


The skills and knowledge the trainee should gain from completing these supervised placement hours are:


Term 1

  • Gym/Facility orientation and induction
  • Open and Closing procedure
  • Customer service
  • Equipment Audits and maintenance
  • New client induction procedure
  • Cleaning duties
  • Administration duties, including filing, answering the phone and taking bookings


Term 2

  • Health screening and fitness testing
  • Gym show through
  • Exercises instruction
  • Client interaction on the gym floor
  • Customer service
  • Program checks
  • Upselling and product promotion


Term 3

  • Gym/Facility orientation and induction
  • Health screening and fitness testing
  • Gym show through
  • Exercises instruction
  • Client interaction on the gym floor
  • Customer service
  • Program checks
  • Upselling and product promotion
  • Cleaning duties
  • Administration duties, including filing, answering the phone and taking bookings


During the placement hours trainees are also required to complete placement tasks, e.g. observations to
demonstrate competency or placement book work. The trainee will work in partnership with the staff
acknowledging that it is a privilege to be given a placement opportunity. Trainees will liaise with staff and
determine the best time for weekly discussions. Trainees will openly discuss job requirements and written
work.

CHC30213 Certificate III in Education Support

Practical experience in the workplace:

The aim of a SBAT is for the trainees to gain knowledge and skills required of those who
work in this industry and participate in the daily routine.

The skills and knowledge the trainee should gain from completing these supervised

placement hours are as followed:

Term 1

  • School induction
  • Daily running of the school, timetables, class/break times, classroom routines
  • Taking student attendance and procedure to follow up missing students
  • Emergency evacuation plan and risk management
  • Staff experience and qualifications
  • Ratios and supervision skills
  • Student communication skills and strategies
  • Strategies to encourage participation

Term 2

  • Health promotion strategies employed by the school
  • Development stages of the students
  • Testing and reporting
  • Assist with numeracy tasks
  • Student feedback and positive reinforcement

Term 3

  • Curriculum documents and how they are used by teachers
  • Assist teachers with planning lessons or learning experiences
  • Assist with literacy tasks
  • Strategies to support positive student behaviour and ways to manage
    misbehaviour
  • Strategies to deal with diverse student skills and abilities

During these placement hours trainees are also required to complete placement tasks, e.g.
observations to demonstrate competency and placement book work. The trainee will work in
partnership with the staff acknowledging that it is a privilege to be given a placement
opportunity. Trainees will liaise with staff and determine the best time for weekly discussions.
Trainees will openly discuss job requirements and written work.

CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care


Practical experience in the workplace:


SBAT CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care trainees are required to complete an
average of 7 hours of supervised placement per week over the duration of their traineeship.


The aim of completion work placement hours is to gain knowledge and skills required of those who work in
this industry and participate in the daily routine of the child care service.


The skills and knowledge the student should gain from completing these supervised placement hours are as
followed:


Term 1

  • Parent permission forms
  • Indoor/outdoor plan
  • Emergency evacuation procedure
  • Room routine.
  • Hours of operation
  • Staff dress code
  • Centre and room capacity
  • Staff qualifications


Term 2

  • Analysing focus children
  • Administering Medication
  • Nappy Change
  • Observing a language experience
  • Reflecting on behaviour
  • Behaviour management and support strategies


Term 3

  • Analysing focus children
  • Arrival Routines
  • Conduct a language experience
  • Sustainability approached
  • Behaviour management and support strategies


During these placement hours trainees are also required to complete placement tasks, e.g. observations to
demonstrate competency and placement book work. The trainee will work in partnership with the staff
acknowledging that it is a privilege to be given a placement opportunity. Trainees will liaise with staff and
determine the best time for weekly discussions. Trainees will openly discuss job requirements and written
work.

HLT33015 Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance


Practical experience in the workplace:


SBAT in Allied Health Assistance trainees are required to complete an average of 7 hours of
supervised placement per week over the duration of their course. The aim of completing work
placement hours is to gain knowledge and skills required of those who work in this industry and
participate in the daily routine of the allied health service.


The skills and knowledge the trainee should gain from completing these supervised placement
hours are as followed:


Term 1

a. Familiarize themselves with work environment

b. Assist with administration requirements such as:

  • Word processing
  • Document development
  • Filing
  • Client records management
  • Data input

c. Equipment management and storage duties

d. Infection control duties

e. Basic client service duties such as:

  • Greetings
  • Distributing and collecting relevant health forms
  • Showing client to rooms
  • Checking if assistance is required
  • Collecting feedback

f. Room preparation for health service


Term 2

a. Assist effectively with administration requirements such as:

  • Word processing
  • Document development
  • Filing
  • Client records management
  • Data input

b. Equipment management and storage duties

c. Infection control duties

d. Basic client service duties such as:

  • Greetings
  • Distributing and collecting relevant health forms
  • Showing client to rooms
  • Checking if assistance is required
  • Collecting feedback

e. Room preparation for health service

f. Use of technology to assist in operations

 

Term 3

a. Assist effectively with service planning and delivery requirements such as:

  • Preparing client
  • Providing client with basic preparation information.
  • Collect client information e.g. health history forms etc.
  • Assist the health professional with client plans
  • Review service with clients/ feedback collection

b. Equipment management and storage duties

c. Infection control duties

d. Basic client service duties such as:

  • Greetings
  • Distributing and collecting relevant health forms
  • Showing client to rooms

e. Room preparation for health service

f. Use of technology to assist in operations

g. Administration duties

  • Processing payments
  • Using HICAPS
  • Entering client information


During these placement hours trainees are also required to complete placement tasks, e.g.
observations to demonstrate competency and placement book work. The trainee will work in
partnership with the staff acknowledging that it is a privilege to be given a placement
opportunity. Trainees will liaise with staff and determine the best time for weekly discussions.
Trainees will openly discuss job requirements and written work.

SIS31015 Certificate III in Aquatics and Community Recreation

 

Practical experience in the workplace:

 

SBAT SIS31015 Certificate III in Aquatics and Community Recreation trainees are required to complete an
average of 7 hours of supervised placement per week over the duration of their course.

The aim of completion work placement hours is to gain knowledge and skills required of those who work in
this industry and participate in the daily routine of the aquatics and community recreation.

 

 

The skills and knowledge the trainee should gain from completing these supervised placement hours are as
followed:

 

Term 1

  • Gym/Facility orientation and induction
  • Open and Closing procedure
  • Emergency evacuation plan and risk reduction procedures
  • Equipment Audits and maintenance
  • New client induction procedure
  • Health Screening and fitness testing
  • Administration duties, including filing, answering the phone and taking bookings

 

Term 2

  • Program writing
  • Gym show through
  • Exercises instruction
  • Client interaction on the gym floor
  • Upselling and product promotion

 

Term 3

  • Personal training/ coaching
  • Rostering and procedure for sick or absent staff
  • Strategies to increase member numbers
  • Technique and approaches to correct client technique

 

During these placement hours students are also required to complete placement tasks, e.g.
observations to demonstrate competency and placement book work. The trainee will work in
partnership with the staff acknowledging that it is a privilege to be given a placement
opportunity. Trainees will liaise with staff and determine the best time for weekly discussions.
Trainees will openly discuss job requirements and written work.