Clontarf Aboriginal College
Health and Physical Education
The Health and Physical Education learning area focuses on a holistic concept of health. It recognises the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual dimensions of the health of the individual. It examines the impact of interactions between the individual, the family, the wider community and the environment on the health of populations. Students plan, act and reflect in order to develop the essential knowledge and understandings, attitudes, values and skills which promote health practices, encourage participation in regular, physical activity and support the maintenance of a healthy lifestyle.
These are conceptualised and taught through an integrated approach to ensure that students achieve a healthy, active lifestyle, including a sense of well-being.
There are five Health and Physical Education Learning Outcomes
1. Knowledge and Understanding
Students know and understand health and physical activity concepts that enable informed decisions for a healthy active lifestyle.
2. ATTITUDES AND VALUES
Students exhibit attitudes and values that promote personal, family and community health, and participation in physical activity.
3. SKILLS FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Students demonstrate the movement skills and strategies for confident participation in physical activity
4. SELFMANAGEMENT SKILLS
Students demonstrate self-management skills which enable them to make informed decisions for healthy, active lifestyles.
Students demonstrate the inter-personal skills necessary for effective relationships and healthy, active lifestyles.
Certificate II in Sport and Recreation
The Certificate II completed in this course, results in the achievement of FOUR Authority developed VET industry specific course units. Completion of TWO Workplace Learning course units or unit equivalents is compulsory to meet program requirements. These can be workplace learning course units or a workplace learning endorsed program including the PWSSR Work Skills for the Sport and Recreation Industry personal development program.
Students must complete a total of ELEVEN units of competency. There are FIVE core units of competency and SIX electives. Core units of competency cannot be substituted.
Elective units may be selected from the elective units listed in this qualification or within the SIS10 Training Package, and must be first packaged at AQF level 2 or 3. Up to two of these elective units may be selected from any current accredited course or other training package, and must be first packaged at AQF level.
Rob Thomson, (Head of Health & Physical Education).
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