What is this course about?
The Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation SIS20210 is a Board of Studies approved course designed to enable students to develop a range of technical, vocational and interpersonal competencies valued both within and beyond the workplace.
Who can do this course?
Students enrolled in NSW Schools attending year 11 and 12 may be eligible to undertake the program. Each student needs to submit an APPLICATION FORM with their school’s acknowledgment.
HSC 4 unit: First-year 8-day program + Second-year 8 day program = Full completion of Certificate II Outdoor Recreation.
Groups camp in bush campsites as well as in designated Murramarang National Park camping sites. Residential accommodation is offered at the Australian National University’s (ANU) Kioloa Coastal Campus.
Students will be required to provide their own transport to the start of the program. All transportation from there until the end of the program will be provided by 5 Star Training & Consulting
Can we have a course conducted in our local area?
Yes – if you have a group of 12 or more students from your school or schools in your local area we are able to conduct courses at venue near you. Please contact us to discuss these options.
Included is all catering and dietary requirements for all programs. 5 Star Training & Consulting adheres to the Australia & New Zealand Food Standards Code, meeting, in particular, Standards 3.2.2 (Food Safety Practices & General Requirements) and Standard 3.2.3 (Food Premises & Equipment).
What equipment do I need to bring?
All equipment including tents, packs, sleeping mats, trangias (for cooking) and activity equipment including all canoeing, surfing equipment etc is provided. Students wear appropriate clothing for activities and will be given a clothing and accessories list upon enrolment. Students are able to use their own equipment. Please discuss this with us prior to the course.
Safety Management – reducing risk when taking students out of the classroom.
5 Star Training & Consulting has documented Safety Management Procedures in place for every program and every activity, for adherence by staff and participants at all levels and at all times.
All programs are conducted within the DET Guidelines for Specific Sports and Physical Activities and include
• Safety & Emergency Procedures (Location-specific)
• Standard Operating Procedures
• Activity-Specific Risk Management Matrix
• Area Assessment Documentation
• Safe Camping Checklist
• Medical Form
• Dietary Requirements Form
• Consent Form
• First Aid Incident & Management Forms
•Recommended Clothing & Equipment List for Students
• Preparatory Day Itinerary/Agenda
• Crisis Communications Documentation (including Media Liaison)
Where are the programs conducted?
1.Outdoor education programs, curriculum based field studies, school camps and recreation programs in four key locations across New South Wales: Sydney Harbour, the Illawarra, Murramarang National Park (Bateman’s Bay) and Kosciuszko National Park.
What are the group sizes?
The program has a maximum group size of 18 students and is staffed according to the Department of Education and Training guidelines. There are 2–3 qualified and experienced teachers at all times.
What do you need to get the complete Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation?
Second program – 8 days (First Aid and Roping) and 70 hours workplacement
Certificate II in Outdoor Recreation