Training Officer Certificate

About Training Officer Certificate

The Training Officer Certificate provides participants with the skills and knowledge to deliver training programs.

Course outcomes:
  • Organise your instruction and demonstration
  • Conduct instruction and demonstration
  • Check training performance
  • Review personal training performance and finalise documentation
  • Prepare, deliver and evaluate presentations
  • Understand the principles of effective communication

What qualifications and/or prerequisites do I need?

To undertake this role you need to hold or obtain the following qualifications and prerequisites:

Qualifications

There are no specific qualifications


Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites


Other Requirements

Trainers must hold and remain proficient in the award in which they are delivering training where that award specifies that proficiency is required. You must also be endorsed to train that award as per your state requirements.   If you believe you already possess some or all of the skills and knowledge of this award, or who have received one or more of the related units of competency, you may wish to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or Credit Transfer.

How do I make it happen?

Training Officer Certificate courses are normally run by clubs. Contact you Club Training Officer for further details. https://sls.com.au/club_directory/

Other Opportunities Related to Training Officer Certificate

Where can I grow from here?

Where to next?

You could progress to these participation opportunities from here:

The Assessor Certificate provides participants with the skills, knowledge and experience to competently assess surf life saving awards and nationally recognised qualifications.

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The Certificate IV in Training and Assessment provides participants with the skills, knowledge and experience to competently delivery and assess Surf Life Saving awards – including those which include nationally recognised unit(s) of competency or qualifications.

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What other options might suit me?

If you can do this role but would like to use your skills in another area in our organisation here are some other options for you to consider:

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Coaches work with surf sport athletes across all of the disciplines of Surf Life Saving competition.

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Officials enforce all the competition rules found in the Surf Sports Manual.

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There are a wide range of opportunities available for members interested in participating in Surf Life Saving sport.

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Team Managers assist competitors, coaches and support staff, by effectively managing the administrative and operational needs of a surf team. Team Managers work with junior, youth senior and masters teams, at all levels of surf sport competition (i.e. club, branch, state, national and international).

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