Outdoor Recreation Draft 2 Validation

Project Summary

Draft 2 SIS Outdoor Recreation training package products are now ready for industry validation and feedback. The validation period will seek to ensure that changes made in Draft 2 reflect feedback received during the consultation period in August and September 2018. 

At this stage we have had a tremendous amount of feedback from industry stakeholders and have made significant changes to qualifications and units of competency. 

We invite you to review the Summary of Changes Draft 1 to Draft 2 (click here) before you look at the Draft 2 material.  It outlines the key systemic issues that have been addressed in response to Draft 1 feedback.  We encourage those people engaged in the Outdoor Recreation sector to provide specific comments and feedback to guide the final draft.

To access the Draft 2 Validation Guide, which includes a detailed mapping table, please scroll to the bottom of this page where the Validation Guide can be downloaded.
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Status - Closed for Feedback

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Webinars 

SkillsIQ will host a series of webinars to seek stakeholder input. To register your interest in attending a webinar, please click on the link below. 

Webinar 1:  Tuesday 5 March Time: 1:00PM AEDT - closed
Webinar 2: Thursday 7 March Time: 2:00PM AEDT - closed
Webinar 3: Monday 11 March Time 4:00PM AEDT - closed
Webinar 4: Tuesday 19 March Time 1:00PM AEDT - closed

For further information please contact liz.horne@skillsiq.org.au at SkillsIQ or call 0438 106 161.

Attachments

Outdoor Recreation Draft 2 Validation Guide

Recent Comments

Dylan Jones 22.03.2019

"Across all units and qualifications I agree that RTOs should be able to use "simulated" clients, but feel that units should be able to specify for some units (eg "lead" units for activity specialisations, that the clients need to NOT hold some competencies for at least one of the assessment events. Eg. They don't need to be a "real" client, but similarly they can't be peers pretending they don't know. An example would be I think that it is appropriate to have a cert 3 single pitch abseil student being the "simulated client" for a cert 4 MP abseil assessment"

Outdoor Recreation Draft 2 Validation

SIS40519 Certificate IV in Outdoor Leadership_Draft 2

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Dylan Jones 22.03.2019

"I still strongly object to the fact that First Aid is not a core unit. I cannot think of an employer who does not require this!"

Outdoor Recreation Draft 2 Validation

SIS30819 Certificate III in Outdoor Leadership_Draft 2

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Dylan Jones 22.03.2019

"I still strongly object to the fact that First Aid is not a core unit. I cannot think of an employer who does not require this!"

Outdoor Recreation Draft 2 Validation

SIS40519 Certificate IV in Outdoor Leadership_Draft 2

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Dylan Jones 22.03.2019

"Can you do a direct entry in to a Cert 4 with such minimal pre-reqs? Is it actually achievable? Is qualification integrity inline with AQF standards maintained? I'm struggling a little to see this."

Outdoor Recreation Draft 2 Validation

SIS40519 Certificate IV in Outdoor Leadership_Draft 2

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Dylan Jones 22.03.2019

"Can you do a direct entry in to a Diploma with such minimal pre-reqs? Is it actually achievable? Is qualification integrity inline with AQF standards maintained? I'm struggling a little to see this."

Outdoor Recreation Draft 2 Validation

SIS50519 Diploma of Outdoor Leadership_Draft 2

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