CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health
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OverviewCHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health is for individuals who are interested in working in residential facilities and/or in community agencies and day centres. Leisure and Health workers will assist with design, implementation and evaluation of health and leisure activities and programs for clients in one or more sector areas. CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding for students who meet the eligibility criteria. Please Note: For more information, click here to download a copy of the student handbook in pdf format. Also read the student code of conduct, rights and responsibilities here
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- the Victorian Certificate of Education; Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (Intermediate or Senior); International Baccalaureate Diploma; and senior secondary school certificates from other Australian jurisdictions;
- any VET certificates undertaken as part of a senior secondary qualification (including School Based Apprenticeships/Traineeships);
- where an individual is transitioning from a superseded qualification to the current version of the same qualification; and
- Where an individual is recommencing training in the same qualification (at either the same or a different provider).
Methods of payment
- It would be preferred if you are under 25 that you have completed year 10.
- If you are over 25, you should have relevant work/life experience.
- If you are aged 18 years and below, we need further approvals from your guardian before enrolling you in the course.
- Short Questions
- Multiple Choice Questions
- True or FalseCase Studies
- Research Activities
- Observation at the work place by an Assessor
- Third Party Observation by work place supervisor
- Personal Journal
Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfer (RPL)
Student Support Services
What distinguishes JTI from other Training Organisations?
JTI has consistently upheld high-quality training and delivery and achieved the highest rating “Demonstrated Consistently Compliant” a provider can receive from our regulator, the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).
As of 2018, JTI was rated by the Department of Education in Victoria as being above the state average in all benchmarks set by the Victorian Government. The measured benchmarks included ratings for student experience and student outcomes. In 2018, 87% of students at JTI stated they were satisfied with us as a training provider which was 10% higher than the Victorian State average for all RTOs that was 77%.2. Multicultural Diversity At JTI we celebrate our multicultural diversity and take time to celebrate and embrace all cultures through several social and community events throughout the year such as Multicultural Day and Australia Day. We understand that settling into a foreign country can sometimes be difficult so our ability to relate to students and staff from all walks of life, and from a range of backgrounds helps to ease students into life at JTI. We believe that together, we achieve!! 3. Flexibility Through blended-learning, we offer flexibility to students which includes: face-to-face, online and self-study modes. For many of our mature students, this flexibility enables our students to manage the balance between work, study and family commitments. 4. Industry Partnerships Because our training is industry relevant and specific, we maintain strong Industry partnerships, which assist, in our students securing work placements and clinical placements, as well as jobs on completion of their course. We hold employer days where students interact with potential employers as well as an annual Industry luncheon which keep us up to date with industry trends and standards. 5. Community Centric JTI is part of the community and we are engaged in various community engagements in our neighbourhoods. Two of our campuses are in low social economic demographics and it is our responsibility to ensure students enrolled with us get good student Support enabling them to complete their courses and engage in the workforce. Our trainers as well as student support officers hold a lot of support sessions to encourage students to get going when things get tough.