SIS40313 Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation
Alpine Bushwalking and Ski Touring
This course is designed to give the participants opportunities to develop their skiing, navigation, snow shoe, camp craft and survival skills in steep and difficult terrain,
The Certificate IV in Outdoor Recreation is designed to reflect the role of those who operate within a broad range of varied contexts that may be complex and non-routine. Leadership and guidance are involved when organising activities of self and others, as well as contributing to technical solutions of a non-routine or contingency nature.
LENGTH OF COURSE
The course is delivered over a period of 14 weeks on a full time basis.
Compulsory Information, enrolment and theory session Monday 22 April 2019 (attendance required)
Preparation, planning & project 18 – 23 June 2019 (project – no attendance required)
Practical Instructional sessions
- Equipment & fitting 30 June (Rhythm Sports Cooma)
- Alpine Bushwalking 1 – 6 July
- Cross country Skiing 8 July – 11 July,
- Alpine Touring 13 – 26 July
- Wilderness First Aid Check www.5startraining.com.au
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
You will learn the skills and have the knowledge for:
Guiding outdoor recreation activities in an uncontrolled environment
It requires technical knowledge of the outdoor recreation activity to be transferred to allow individuals to safely participate in the outdoor activity. It does not provide the skills and knowledge to impart the required level of technical knowledge and expertise to allow participants to independently undertake outdoor recreation activities.
A guide operating in an uncontrolled environment has the skills, knowledge and experience that enable them to work independently within a variety of settings and contexts that may be complex and non-routine.
Instructing outdoor recreation skills
An instructor has the skills, knowledge and experience to facilitate skill transfer or development to clients in order that they may participate independently (or with minimal supervision) in outdoor activities. This requires the instructor to be able to:
- transfer required technical skills and knowledge to participants
- apply a variety of appropriate instructional strategies
- critique participants technique
- assess participants skill and knowledge acquisition during and at the end of a program
In all cases those with this qualification would be managing expected and unexpected situations with considerable autonomy. Leadership, guidance and supervision are involved when organising activities of self and others, as well as contributing to technical solutions of a non-routine or contingency nature.
Please Note – this is not an entry level course. Candidates must have already completed a Certificate III in Outdoor Recreation or be able to demonstrate equivalent industry experience to be eligible to undertake the course.
In particular you must have some previous skiing experience.
Examples of sufficient relevant skills and knowledge for entry into the qualification must include:
- Previous qualification at the AQF level below or
- Previous experience in the outdoor recreation industry and interest in outdoor pursuits
Entry into this qualification and progression between qualification levels will be based on our professional judgement in consultation with the individual.
You will also be exposed to cliff environments and be required to undertake a range of bushwalks and ski touring in difficult and advanced terrain. You will be required to carry backpacks with equipment weighing up to 25kg. You are required to camp and sleep outdoor in tents in cold environments for most of the course. It is desirable that participants have the physical attributes to participate in adventurous physical activities.
The training program covers 31 units of competency taken from the training package. There are 15 core units and 16 electives.
Unit Number Unit Name (nominal hours)
BSBWOR404B Develop work priorities (40)
HLTAID003 Provide first aid (18)
SISOODR302A Plan outdoor recreation activities (35)
SISOODR404A Manage risk in an outdoor activity (25)
SISOODR405A Develop and coordinate programs incorporating outdoor activities (15)
SISOOPS306A Interpret weather conditions in the field (20)
SISOOPS407A Apply search and rescue skills (25)
SISXCCS404A Address client needs (10)
SISXEMR201A Respond to emergency situations (18)
SISXIND404A Promote compliance with laws and legal principles (15)
SISXIND405A Conduct projects (15)
SISXOHS402A Implement and monitor occupational health and safety policies (12)
SISXRES402A Supplement implementation of environmental management practice (10)
SISXRES403A Use resources efficiently (12)
TAEDEL301A Provide work skill instruction (40)
Group AY - Skiing - Ski Touring - Guide - Overnight
SISONAV403A Navigate in uncontrolled environments (25)
SISOOPS202A Use and maintain a temporary or overnight site (10)
SISOSKT407A Overnight ski tour in difficult terrain using advanced ski touring skills (30)
SISOSKT408A Apply snow craft skills for overnight touring (20)
SISOSKT409A Apply intermediate cross country skiing skills (20)
SISOSKT410A Guide overnight ski tours (30)
Group AW - Skiing - Downhill - Instruct
SISOSKI402A Alpine ski downhill on intermediate terrain (20)
SISOSKI403A Alpine ski downhill on advanced terrain (20)
SISOSKI404A Alpine ski downhill off-piste (20)
SISOSKI405A Alpine free ski on all terrain (20)
SISOSKI408A Instruct alpine skiing skills (20)
SISOBWG507A Apply advanced bushwalking skills in alpine areas
SISOBWG406A Apply bush walking skills in uncontrolled landscapes
SISOOPS305A Provide first aid in a remote location
MEM50008B Carry out trip preparation and planning
HLTAID001 Perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
The fee will be $2750, your fee may be less depending on your individual circumstances.
You will be provided with an invoice and payment plan options after a commitment ID has been created through Smart and Skilled
Check your eligibility – Are you:
- · 15 years old or over?
- · no longer at school?
- · living or working in NSW?
- · an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen?
- · Previous CIII Outdoor Recreation or equivalent?
If you answered ‘Yes’ to all questions, then you’re eligible to enrol in this government-subsidised course.
What’s included in your course fees. (Provision of the following for duration of course)
- All training and instruction in Alpine Guiding
- Camp fees (as per timetable)
- 4 Day ski lift pass
- Cross country Ski’s, Boots and Poles
- Alpine Touring Ski’s, Boots, Poles and helmet
- Satellite communications; PLB, GPS, handheld radios
- Snow shovels
- Repair kit (ski repair kit)
- Group First aid kit
- Avalanche probes and Beacon
- Your will be required to arrange your own transport into the National Park (Annual Pass about $240)
- Ski clothing and related camping equipment (see attached list)
- Food and snacks for duration of program
In order to gain this qualification you will be required to gain additional experience in an outdoor recreation setting. The volume of work experience will depend on your previous experience and qualifications.. We assist you find providers that are willing to accept students on work placement
WORKING WITH CHILDREN
Prior to assessments and/or work placement you will be required to apply for a working with children check. More information regarding this will be supplied at the information session.
HOW TO ENROL
Complete the enrolment form online which can be found HERE.
For any questions about enrolment please contact the office on 02 47222471 or email email@example.com for more information