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									                                                                                            Training and Assessment Strategy
Western NSW Region RTO 90333                                                                SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation

Qualification      SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching)                                       Delivery Period               2012-2013
                                                                                                                                   SIS20510R1A (enter this code on the
Delivery Site      (enter school name here)                                                          TAAS Approval Code
                                                                                                                                   school’s ATR request)
                   BOS Syllabus         Sport, Fitness and Recreation 2012                                                         54622
BOS information                                                                                      BOS Course Code
                   Course               240hr 2 unit x 2 years
Qualification      To attain SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) students must achieve 13 units: a) 6 core units of competency (see page 46 of the BOS syllabus) b) 7
Packaging rules    elective units consisting of all the units in one of Groups A-K (see page 47 of the BOS Syllabus) the remaining units from general electives (see BOS syllabus
                   pages 47-48); up to 2 of these remaining units may be selected. For competencies marked with an asterisk * check the syllabus for prerequisite and co-
                   requisite information

Units of           Unit Code            Unit title                                                                                  Hours      Enter on to eBOS     Status in 240
Competency                                                                                                                                       Prelim/HSC          hr course
6 Core units       BSBWOR202A           Organise and complete daily work activities                                                   15            Prelim           Elective
                   HLTFA301B            Apply First Aid                                                                               20            Prelim           Elective
                   SISSCGP201A          Apply legal and ethical coaching practices                                                    15            Prelim           Elective
                   SISXCAI102A          Assist in preparing and conducting sport and recreation sessions                              15             HSC             Elective
                   SISXIND101A          Work effectively in sport and recreation environments                                         15             HSC            Compulsory
                   SISXOHS101A          Follow occupational health and safety policies                                                10             HSC            Compulsory
One Group A-K      SISSRGL204A          Teach the skills of Rugby League for modified games                                           25             HSC             Elective
(Group G)
Remaining          SISXFAC201A          Maintain sport and recreation equipment for facilities                                        10             HSC               Elective
Elective units     SISSSPT201A          Implement sports injury prevention                                                            15             HSC               Elective
(6)
                   ICPMM263C            Access and use the internet                                                                   10             HSC               Elective
                   SISSCGP202A          Reflect on professional coaching role and practice                                            10             HSC               Elective
                   SISSCGP303A*         Coach junior players to develop fundamental perceptual motor skills*                          20             HSC               Elective
                   SISSCGP308A          Provide drugs in sport information                                                            15             HSC               Elective
                                                                                           Total hours for qualification             195
Other              SISSRGL201A          Use intermediate level Rugby League game skills                                               20             HSC               Elective
competencies to    SISSRGL202A          Use intermediate level tactics and game strategy in Rugby League play                         15             HSC               Elective
complete BOS
                   SISSRGL203A          Participate in conditioning for Rugby League                                                  15             HSC               Elective
requirements
                                                                                            Total hours for BOS course               245

SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation                                                                        Western NSW Region RTO 9033
Approval Code: SIS20510R1A                                                                                                                                       Page 1 of 7
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Western NSW Region RTO 90333                                                        SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation


DELIVERY ARRANGEMENTS
Cluster Name:         Units of Competency                                                                 Teaching and learning activities
Cluster 1             BSBWOR202A           Organise and complete daily work activities                    Induction: Students are introduced to the operations of
Play Safe                                                                                                 Sport/PE within the school’s context and an induction to the
                                           Assist in preparing and conducting sport and recreation        school’s (or related venue’s) sporting equipment and
                      SISXCAI102A
                                           sessions                                                       facilities. On a rotational basis students are given the
                      SISXOHS101A          Follow occupational health and safety policies                 responsibility for ensuring equipment and facilities are
                                                                                                          prepared, returned, stored and maintained. Students learn
                      SISSSPT201A          Implement sports injury prevention                             how to run a training session including warm up activities,
                                                                                                          cool down activities, sport specific activities and activities to
                      ICPMM263C            Access and use the internet
                                                                                                          develop cardio vascular fitness. Once familiar with a range
                                                                                                          of activities students work in small groups and take turns
                                                                                                          running individual activities/drills with their peers. Students
                      SISXFAC201A          Maintain sport and recreation equipment for facilities         should be involved in a range of conditioning activities
                                                                                                          suitable for Rugby League. Students complete EdSonic
                                                                                                          OH&S booklet and research sports injuries and strategies
                                                                                                          for their prevention, Students work in groups and make a
                      SISSRGL203A          Participate in conditioning for Rugby League                   presentation to the class about typical sports injuries in a
                                                                                                          particular sport and strategies to assist in their prevention.

Cluster 2             SISSCGP201A          Apply legal and ethical coaching practices                     Students complete the Beginning Coaching General
Introduction to                                                                                           Principles and the Introductory Level Officiating General
                      ICPMM263C            Access and use the internet                                    Principles on line courses through Ausportsee
coaching
                                                                                                          https://learning.ausport.gov.au/jportal/Courses/tabid/62/Def
                      SISXOHS101A          Follow occupational health and safety policies
                                                                                                          ault.aspx
                                           Assist in preparing and conducting sport and recreation        Students should be developing their capacity to conduct
                      SISXCAI102A
                                           sessions                                                       Mod League training sessions culminating in assisting
                      SISXFAC201A          Maintain sport and recreation equipment for facilities         accredited staff in coaching a mod league team in
                                                                                                          preparation for a competition game/carnival
                      SISSRGL201A          Use intermediate level Rugby League game skills                Students maybe involved in the preparation and conducting
                                                                                                          of other sporting events at the school or at a feeder school.
                      SISSRGL203A          Participate in conditioning for Rugby League
                                                                                                          Students undertake a range of activities to develop their
                      SISSRGL204A          Teach the skills of Rugby League for modified games            own personal Rugby League game skills.
                                                                                                          Work placement requirements are completed by assisting
                                                                                                          coaches of actual teams and/or by officiating in actual
                                                                                                          games (whether school based or competitive)
                                                                                                           Optional: Undertake NCAS Level 1 Coaching course with
                                                                                                          relevant sporting body


SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation                                                             Western NSW Region RTO 9033
Approval Code: SIS20510R1A                                                                                                                            Page 2 of 7
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Cluster Name:         Units of Competency                                                               Teaching and learning activities
Cluster 3             SISXIND101A       Work effectively in sport and recreation environments           Students complete the following EdSonic booklets, Working
Working effectively                     Assist in preparing and conducting sport and recreation         in the sports and recreation industry and Workplace
in the industry       SISXCAI102A                                                                       communication part one.
                                        sessions
                                                                                                        Students should be involved in preparing and conducting a
                      SISXFAC201A       Maintain sport and recreation equipment for facilities          range of sporting/PE activities for other students other than
                      HLTFA301B         Apply First Aid                                                 in Rugby League.
                                                                                                        Students should be involved in assisting in the organisation
                                                                                                        and running two major sporting events/carnivals including
                                                                                                        evaluating the organisation of the event.
                                                                                                        Students complete the EdSonic First Aid booklet Relevant
                                                                                                        first aid procedures should be practiced regularly throughout
                                                                                                        this cluster. Students who have achieved First Aid by RPL
                                                                                                        may be used as group leaders to assist others.

Cluster 4             SISSRGL203A          Participate in conditioning for Rugby League                 Students complete a written assignment on Drugs in Sport
Developing positive   SISSRGL204A          Teach the skills of Rugby League for modified games          and prepare and deliver a presentation to the class on a
coaching practices    SISSRGL201A          Use intermediate level Rugby League game skills              specific aspect of “Drugs in Sport”
                                                                                                        Students should complete the EdSonic booklet Workplace
                      SISSRGL202A          Use intermediate level tactics and game strategy in Rugby    communication part two.
                                           League play                                                  Students will work as an assistant coach with a competitive
                      SISSCGP202A          Reflect on professional coaching role and practice           team. (This will also count as their work placement
                      SISSCGP308A          Provide drugs in sport information                           component). Recognition through the Premier’s
                                                                                                        Volunteering scheme should be organised.
                                                                                                        Group (and if necessary individual) debriefing sessions
                                                                                                        should be held with the class weekly to follow up after each
                                                                                                        coaching session. Students complete a journal reflecting on
                                                                                                        their coaching experiences. This journal should be regularly
                                                                                                        presented for review.
                                                                                                        Optional: Undertake NCAS Level 1 Coaching course with
                                                                                                        relevant sporting body
                                                                                                        Students continue to prepare and conduct sporting sessions
                                                                                                        and maintain their own personal fitness and skills.




SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation                                                         Western NSW Region RTO 9033
Approval Code: SIS20510R1A                                                                                                                        Page 3 of 7
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Western NSW Region RTO 90333                                                      SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation


SCOPE AND SEQUENCE
Term 1 2011                                                  Wk 1   Wk 2   Wk 3     Wk 4    Wk 5     Wk 6     Wk 7      Wk 8       Wk 9    Wk 10    Wk 11
Cluster 1 Play Safe
Assessment Task 1 Leaguesafe accreditation
Assessment Task 2 OHS Test
Cluster 2
Term 2 2011                                                  Wk 1   Wk 2   Wk 3     Wk 4    Wk 5     Wk 6     Wk 7      Wk 8       Wk 9    Wk 10    Wk 11
Cluster 2 Introduction to coaching
Assessment Task 3 Officiating Principles course
Assessment Task 4 General Coaching Principles course
Term 3 2011                                                  Wk 1   Wk 2   Wk 3     Wk 4    Wk 5     Wk 6     Wk 7      Wk 8       Wk 9    Wk 10    Wk 11
Cluster 2 Introduction to coaching
Assessment Task 5 Conduct games and competitions practical
task
Assessment Task 6 End of year test
Review of evidence and competency determination
Term 4 2011                                                  Wk 1   Wk 2   Wk 3     Wk 4    Wk 5     Wk 6     Wk 7      Wk 8       Wk 9    Wk 10    Wk 11
Cluster 3 Working effectively in the industry
Assessment Task 7 Plan and conduct a S&R session for
participants
Term 1 2012                                                  Wk 1   Wk 2   Wk 3     Wk 4    Wk 5     Wk 6     Wk 7      Wk 8       Wk 9    Wk 10    Wk 11
Cluster 3 Working effectively in the industry
Assessment Task 8: Event evaluation report
Assessment Task 9 Sport Industry knowledge booklet
Term 2 2012                                                  Wk 1   Wk 2   Wk 3     Wk 4    Wk 5     Wk 6     Wk 7      Wk 8       Wk 9    Wk 10    Wk 11
Cluster 4 Developing positive coaching practices
Assessment Task 10 Drugs in sport assignment
Term 3 2012                                                  Wk 1   Wk 2   Wk 3     Wk 4    Wk 5     Wk 6     Wk 7      Wk 8       Wk 9    Wk 10    Wk 11
Cluster 4 Developing positive coaching practices
Assessment Task 9 and presentation
Assessment Task 10 Supervisor feedback report



SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation                                                        Western NSW Region RTO 9033
Approval Code: SIS20510R1A                                                                                                                       Page 4 of 7
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Western NSW Region RTO 90333                                                      SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation

Course Evaluation
Review of evidence and competency determination



 Evidence gathering techniques:
 The documented evidence gathering techniques used in each cluster: (A range of evidence gathering techniques must be used across the
 qualification)


  Cluster                                                                         Q         WO          RP          P         TPF          SA
  Cluster 1 Play Safe

  Cluster 2 Introduction to coaching

  Cluster 3 Working effectively in the industry

  Cluster 4 Developing positive coaching practices


 Key:

        Q      Questions (tests, interviews, case    WO    Workplace Observation (observed         RP        Review of Products (samples
               studies, questionnaires, self               whilst doing job, set tasks, role                 of work, products etc)
               assessments etc)                            play, scenarios or simulations).


        P      Portfolios demonstrating              TPF   Third Party Feedback (testimonials,     SA        Structured Activities (projects,
               experience (workplace                       supervisor reports/interviews etc)                presentations, activity sheets,
               documents, journal/log books etc)                                                             off-the-job role play, scenarios
                                                                                                             or simulations etc)




SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation                                                        Western NSW Region RTO 9033
Approval Code: SIS20510R1A                                                                                                                       Page 5 of 7
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Western NSW Region RTO 90333                                                             SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation

Target Audience    Students in this program are students enrolled in the Higher School Certificate as Preliminary, HSC or Stage 5 Commencing Stage 6.
                   They are in a combined Year 11/12 class, Year 11, Year 12 or Stage 5 class. They could be full time or pathways students.
                   They may include School Based Trainees. All are enrolled with the NSW Board of Studies and at the school.
                   They are students with an interest in the Sports and Recreation industry.

Consultation       The training and assessment strategies developed for this program have been designed in consultation with Western NSW Region
contributing to    construction teachers, local industry representatives, TAFENSW Western Institute, Regional Vocational Education Consultants, Local and
the                State sporting bodies.
development of     Feedback from students in previous programs has been used to identify specific gaps addressed in this program.
this strategy      The Stage 6 Sport Coaching course description published by the NSW BOS, SRS03 Sports Training Package and NSW DET QMS Database
                   showing trainer qualifications, have been used to develop the course structure.

Delivery           Training will include between 3.5hrs and 4hrs of timetabled lesson time each week (on average). At least 2.5 hrs will be allocated to practical work.
arrangements       Students will be placed in to work teams and will be responsible for carrying out basic tasks associated with the preparation and conduct of sport and
                   recreation sessions.

                   There will be a progression in all activities from demonstration and practice in a class environment with their peers to delivery of sessions with
                   younger students in small groups from their school or feeder schools. Timing of timetabled lessons with sporting /PE activities with junior classes or
                   with primary school classes is important from term two onwards.

                   Students will also complete the theory component through online activities and Ed Sonic work booklets. Theory component may vary but indicatively
                   would be 1hr to 1.5hrs per week (on average).


Resource           Staff and students have access to:
requirements       EdSonic booklets, Appropriate equipment and training facilities as required by the training package, Computers with internet access
                   The following websites
                   http://www.sports.det.nsw.edu.au/spguide/activities/index.php (det intranet)
                   http://www.ausport.gov.au/participating/coaches/tools (Ausport Coaching website)
                   http://www.ausport.gov.au/participating/officials (Ausport officials website)
                   http://westernvet.wikispaces.com/ Westernvet wiki

Delivery and       (Insert QMS list of currently accredited teachers for this framework at your school)
assessment
staff




SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation                                                                   Western NSW Region RTO 9033
Approval Code: SIS20510R1A                                                                                                                                  Page 6 of 7
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Western NSW Region RTO 90333                                                        SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation

Assessment         All assessment methods, materials, tools, evidence used, decision making and processes are validated in the following ways:
validation         Planning and development: All aspects of assessment are planned, developed and trialled by trainers working collaboratively together and
process            consulting with stakeholders to ensure shared, agreed and consistent approaches.
                   Implementation: RTO validation strategies ensure consistency between assessors during assessment. Trainers and assessors use standard
                   processes, materials and tools, assessment panels where appropriate, direct supervision of new assessors, access to lead assessors for
                   questions / decisions.
                   Evaluation and follow-up: Feedback is gathered from all stakeholders in the assessment process including students, teachers, assessors.
                   Assessment evidence gathered is reviewed and assessment decisions moderated. Assessment processes, methods, materials, tools and
                   decision-making are revised in light of evaluation results.
Pathways           This qualification can be completed as described in this strategy, or through an assessment-only pathway using the RTO’s Recognition policy
                   and procedures.
                   Students completing this qualification may proceed to SRO30106 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation or SRS30399 Certificate III in Sport
                   (Coaching) or SRS40299 Certificate IV in Sport (Coaching)

Monitoring and     Feedback is gathered from all stakeholders including trainers, assessors, students and supervisors both during and following delivery and
evaluation         assessment. Benchmarking occurs with other trainers and assessors at Regional network meetings.
                   Data on competency and qualification completion rates are analysed and used as part of the RTO’s continuous improvement model.
                   Evidence of monitoring and evaluation are available on request.
Confirmation of    TAFENSW Western Institute                                            Local Industry Representative
Consultation
                   Name: _______________________________________________                Name: _________________________________________________

                   Position: _____________________________________________              Position: _______________________________________________

                   Signature: _________________________ Date: _____________             Signature: ________________________ Date: ________________

Strategy           I approve this Training and Assessment Strategy for                  Regional Vocational Education Consultant
endorsement        implementation and publication
                                                                                        Name: _________________________________________________

                                                                                        Position: _______________________________________________

                                                                                        Signature: ________________________ Date: ________________




SIS20510 Certificate II in Sport (Coaching) Rugby League Specialisation                                                           Western NSW Region RTO 9033
Approval Code: SIS20510R1A                                                                                                                          Page 7 of 7

								
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