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Beauty, Fitness and Sport

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Program Guide 2013


NT S TE CO N 04 Why you should study with us 05 Student profile 06 BEAUTY AND HAIRDRESSING 08 FITNESS 10 FITNESS SHORT COURSES 12 SPORTS DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT 14 How to apply for enrolment 15 Campus map Q

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Workplace BASED COURSE

VFH VET FEE-HELP approved COURSE

Is your course vet Fee-help approved? Check out southbank.edu.au for the latest VET FEE-HELP course information.

Information and courses contained within this booklet are correct as at June 2012 and are subject to change at any time without notice. For up to date information call 13 72 48 or visit southbank.edu.au Southbank Institute of Technology Program Guide 2013 3


Why you should study with us Southbank Institute of Technology

You are our number 1.  hether you are just starting out on your post-school W study, up-skilling for your current career, or changing your career to discover a new you, we are here to assist you on your journey as your teacher, your support team and your lifelong-learning partner.

COURSES THAT MATTER. Our courses are designed to help you develop the skill set you need to not only achieve the job you want, but to achieve ongoing success in today’s fast-changing work environment. We focus on practical, industry-relevant training so you graduate as a valuable asset to your employer - job-ready, capable and confident. At SBIT you can choose to study from a broad range of program areas including health sciences, engineering, digital media and IT, hospitality and tourism, creative industries, business services, science and more. And if you want to study further, there are over 250 pathways from our courses to major universities that award credit for SBIT studies.

Top teachers. I magine having industry knowledge ‘on tap’. Enter our learning spaces and that’s what you get. Our teachers are respected and experienced industry professionals who are passionate about passing their knowledge down the line to you. Time after time our students tell us how much they appreciate our dedicated teaching staff – they were born to teach, and they are here for you.

Where to from here? Visit southbank.edu.au for detailed information on courses and study options, or contact us on 13 72 48. Grab a copy of our Student Guide for a heads-up on our support services and facilities or find it online at southbank.edu.au/studentguide. Then follow the enrolment process outlined in the back of this brochure – we are waiting here to welcome you! Like us on Facebook SBITBrisbane Follow us on Twitter @SBITBrisbane

Location, location, location. You couldn’t want for a better location than SBIT. Our sparkling new campus is equipped to provide you with a world class education in a world class teaching environment. On your door step you have the South East Busway, South Bank Railway Station, CityCat and all the cultural and café vibrancy of South Bank’s riverside parklands. And just a short hop away – Brisbane CBD to one side, and the great vibe of West End to the other.

84.2%* of Southbank Institute of Technology graduates go on to further study or secure a job.

*Source: National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2011 Summary of Graduate Outcomes.


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“The teachers at SBIT were really qualified and have hands-on experience in the sporting industry, rather than just in business. The practicality of the subjects in the course became really clear when I went into work placement.� Zoe Ballarin, Diploma of Management/Diploma of Sport Recreation.

Zoe Ballarin STUDENT PROFILE


Fitness, Beauty and Sport Beauty and Hairdressing

Diploma of Beauty Therapy

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SIB50110 QTAC code 155132

1 year (full-time) 2 years (part-time)

Year 10 or equivalent. Alternatively, entry is based on merit, vocational experience, previous study, relevant industry experience and personal competencies.

You can enrol in the above diploma or the pathway course below. Successful completion guarantees direct entry, with study credits, into the university degree without the need to re-apply through QTAC. Course No

Pathways to university

QTAC code 155130

Diploma of Beauty Therapy / Bachelor of General Studies (USQ)

Career opportunities: Beauty therapist, spa therapist. Description: As part of this course you’ll study beauty therapy treatments for the face and body, manicures, pedicares along with retailing and merchandising. All our students gain practical work-ready skills through experience in our Skin and Body Spa that is open to the public and attracts people working and living in the area. Unlike many other providers we include photographic makeup as one area of study and have practical spa treatment learning facilities on-campus. So you’ll also qualify with spa therapist skills. Our Diploma of Beauty Therapy is a comprehensive course which is available on either a full-time or part-time basis. Units covered include: ■■

“I absolutely loved the beauty therapy course at SBIT. It was very hands on and I loved that it was practical. We did a lot of work in the clinic. It wasn’t boring at all. Now, as an employer, I always call SBIT first to see if there are any graduates I can take for my own salon.” Mary Andronopoulos, Diploma of Beauty Therapy.

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designing and applying make-up (including photographic) body treatments including Aromatherapy and Reflexology manicure and pedicare services facials including advanced treatments with electrical equipment hair removal, lash and brow treatments planning and providing spa treatments applying knowledge of nutrition, skin science and cosmetic chemistry to beauty treatments retailing and merchandising skincare products and client service.


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WRH30109

3 years (workplace-based)

Employed as a full-time apprentice with Stefan Hair Fashions in the Australian Apprenticeship system.

Career opportunities: Hairdresser. Description: This course will provide you with the skills you need to work in a hairdressing salon as a hairdresser apprentice. Basic units such as how to maintain a clean and safe workplace along with effective communication are important elements of this course. Advanced skills of cutting, treating, colouring and styling hair are also covered. As a graduate of this course you will receive a nationally recognised Certificate III qualification. VENUE: Stefan Hair Fashions Hairdressing Academy.

“After deferring from university, SBIT provided a fresh alternative for pursuing my dreams of becoming a hairdresser. The facilities are modern, well laid out and easy to navigate around. The teachers went well beyond the necessary to ensure I thoroughly understood every aspect of the course and were constant pillars of strength throughout my years of study. Their knowledge and experience combined with a more personal environment for learning helped to create an amazing under graduate experience that I highly recommend to anyone considering tertiary studies.” Emma Woodhouse, Certificate III in Hairdressing.

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FITNESS, BEAUTY AND SPORT – Beauty and Hairdressing

Certificate III in Hairdressing (Apprenticeship)


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Diploma of Fitness

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SRF50206 QTAC codes 155714

2 years (full-time) Completion of Year 12 or 1 year (full-time if equivalent hold Certificates III and IV in Fitness)

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You can enrol in the above diploma or the pathway course below. Successful completion guarantees direct entry, with study credits, into the university degree without the need to re-apply through QTAC. Course No

Pathways to university

QTAC codes 155744

Diploma of Fitness / Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science (USC). 4 years in total.*

QTAC codes 155741

Diploma of Fitness / Bachelor of Business (Sports Management) (GU). 4.5 years in total.

Career opportunities: Registered fitness specialist, registered fitness trainer (including personal trainer), registered fitness instructor, sports conditioning coach, exercise management consultant. Description: The Diploma of Fitness is industry accredited and as a successful graduate you can register as a Fitness Specialist. It has been developed for existing fitness professionals wishing to upgrade their skills or for people looking to start out in the fitness industry. The Certificate III and IV in Fitness are incorporated in this course so if you’ve already completed these qualifications you may be able to complete the diploma within a year. With fitness certificates incorporated you will also gain your gym instructor and personal trainer qualifications. The Diploma of Fitness covers a wide range of areas including: ■■

“SBIT offers a comprehensive course covering not only the physical and theoretical components of the fitness industry, but also equips students with the business skills to turn their passion for the industry into a sustainable, long-term career choice.” Dimitri Rollings, Student Diploma of Fitness.

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 xercise management and interventions for specialised e client needs such as metabolic syndrome, health risk factors or musculoskeletal needs working in collaboration with allied health professionals nutrition for specific requirements injury prevention and management managing organisation and marketing strategies.

SBIT has links with USC and GU so you can enter part way through their degree course detailed above. This means you can benefit from direct entry into university and gain a dual qualification. Your studies will combine practical skills and theoretical knowledge that will hold great appeal to potential employers. FURTHER STUDY OPTIONS: Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Sciences (USC); Bachelor of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences; Bachelor of Health, Sport and Physical Education (UQ). Successful completion of the diploma may assist you to gain entry into any of these above university courses via the usual QTAC process and, once you are admitted to the degree, will contribute towards study credits equivalent to half a year.

*This pathway course to USC will be changing for 2013. Please refer to the website for up to date information.


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Entry criteria

SRF40206 QTAC code 155824

1 year (full-time)

Completion of Year 12 or equivalent is desirable

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Career opportunities: Personal trainer, older adult trainer, children trainer (depending on specialisations completed). Description: As a graduate of the Certificate IV in Fitness you can register as a Fitness Trainer (personal trainer, older adults trainer or children’s trainer). Our full-time course also incorporates the Certificate III in Fitness. Key areas of learning covered in the Certificate IV in Fitness includes: ■■ ■■

personal training advanced exercise science

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exercise for clients with specific needs.

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Entry criteria

SRF30206

6 months (full-time)

A demonstrated interest in the health and fitness industry

Career opportunities: Fitness instructor, group exercise instructor, aqua instructor. Description: The Certificate III Fitness is the entry-level accredited industry qualification. As a successful graduate you can register with Fitness Australia under their National Registration Scheme as a Fitness Instructor including, gym instructor and group exercise instructor. As part of this certificate you will cover all the essentials to get you started in the fitness industry including: ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■

further study options: Diploma of Fitness, fitness short courses (Continuing Education Credits (CEC) accredited).

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exercise programming for clients workplace skills client screening and fitness testing nutrition advice for clients gym instruction fitness equipment use and maintenance.

FURTHER STUDY OPTIONS: Certificate IV in Fitness, Diploma of Fitness, fitness short courses (CEC accredited).

Certificate IV in Fitness / Certificate IV in Sport Coaching (dual qualification) Course No

Duration

Entry criteria

SRF40206 SRS40206 QTAC code 155828

18 months (full-time)

Completion of Year 12 or equivalent is desirable

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Katrina McIlroy (teacher) won the QLD CAPO State Titles in 2012- and set 3 new Australian records for the Under 60kg class - Open Women’s - Raw.

Career opportunities: Sports coach, personal trainer. Description: Graduating from this dual qualification will enable you to register with Fitness Australia as a Fitness Instructor (gym) and Fitness Trainer (personal trainer) or work as a Sports Coach. This in-depth dual qualification covers a wide range of study areas including: ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■

personal training advanced exercise science advanced exercise programming workplace skills exercise programming for clients supporting athletes client screening and fitness testing business skills for working with clients preparing long-term training programs for athletes providing leadership to groups.

further study options: Diploma of Fitness, fitness short courses (Continuing Education Credits (CEC) accredited). Southbank Institute of Technology Program Guide 2013 9

FITNESS, BEAUTY AND SPORT – Fitness

Certificate IV in Fitness (incorporating Certificate III in Fitness)


Fitness, Beauty and Sport Fitness short courses

Aqua Instruction

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FFS438

5 days (part-time)

Certificate III in Fitness in another area of specialisation, or the appropriate knowledge and skills/training to meet Certificate III in Fitness competency prerequisites, including gym instruction.

Career opportunities: Aqua instructor. Description: A short course designed for fitness instructors to develop skills in planning and instructing a range of water-based exercise classes for the general population. You will also gain skills in basic water rescue techniques. This is recognised for seven Continuing Education Credits. VENUE: Active Life Fitness, Norman Park and SBIT.

Indoor Cycling Instruction

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1 day

Certificate III in Fitness. It is also possible to undertake this course while working towards a Certificate III in Fitness.

Career opportunities: Fitness trainer with children trainer specialisation.

“SBIT provides a really good platform of knowledge to its students to use in the workforce in a practical way.” Calum Devine, Student Certificate III and IV in Fitness.

Description: This course is designed to give you the knowledge and skills to conduct freestyle group cycle classes in a fitness or health club setting. This one day course provides certification recoognised by Fitness Australia. This course covers all aspects of indoor cycle from safe bike set up and fitness training principles to creative use of music to inspire your class. This course is accredited for seven Continuing Education Credits (CECs). Completion of this course enables you to register as a Children’s Fitness Trainer under Fitness Australia’s Exercise Professional Registration Scheme. This course is accredited for 8 Continuing Education Credits (CECs).

Over the next 3 years, there will be an increase of 10,800 jobs in sports and physical recreation. Skills Queensland Fitness, Sports and Recreation Industry Skills Snapshot 2011/2012


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Pilates Matwork Instruction Workshop

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Entry criteria

SRFGEX001A

8 weeks (part-time)

Certificate III in Fitness or equivalent skills through previous training or work experience to meet prerequisites for Certificate III in Fitness.

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6 weeks (part-time)

Certificate III in Fitness or equivalent, plus relevant vocational experience, or currently undertaking Certificate III in Fitness together with relevant vocational experience in the fitness industry.

Career opportunities: Group exercise instructor. Description: A short course designed for professional fitness instructors looking to develop knowledge and skills in the area of group exercise instruction. You will learn how to plan and conduct safe, effective and enjoyable group exercise classes for low-risk individuals. As a course covering a range of different class styles you will understand how to achieve a variety of fitness objectives. This course is recognised for seven Continuing Education Credits (CECs).

Older Adult Trainer Specialisation

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Career opportunities: Pilates instructor. Description: Accredited for 15 Continuing Education Credits (CECs), this is the course for you if you’re a current fitness professional looking to expand your career options. Pilates Matwork Instruction is a short course designed to develop your Pilates teaching skills. Learn how to plan, deliver and evaluate Matwork classes using Pilates techniques and equipment, and cater for a broad range of clients with differing goals and abilities.

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Entry criteria

FFS442

4 weeks (part-time)

Certificate IV in Fitness in another area of specialisation, or the appropriate knowledge and skills /training to meet Certificate IV in Fitness competency prerequisites, including gym instruction.

Career opportunities: Fitness trainer with older adults trainer specialisation. Description: A course designed so you understand the skills and attitudes needed to plan and instruct exercise programs for older adults. Areas covered include: ■■

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physical, psychological and social changes occurring with the ageing process assessing fitness of older adults program exercises for older adults instructing and motivating this client group plan and instruct a specialist Tai Chi-based fitness class for clients with arthritis.

This course is accredited for seven Continuing Education Credits (CECs).

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FITNESS, BEAUTY AND SPORT – Fitness Short Courses

Group Exercise Instruction


Fitness, Beauty and Sport

sports development and management Diploma of Management / Diploma of Sport and Recreation (dual qualification)

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Entry criteria

BSB51107SRO50106-1 QTAC codes 155846 155848

18 months (full-time)

Year 12 or equivalent. Alternatively, entry is based on merit, vocational experience, previous study, relevant industry experience and personal competencies.

plus university study if selecting a pathway.

You can enrol in the above diploma or the pathway course below. Successful completion guarantees direct entry, with study credits, into the university degree without the need to re-apply through QTAC. Course No

Pathways to university

BSB51107SRO50106 QTAC codes 155646 155648

Diploma of Management / Diploma of Sport and Recreation (dual qualification) / Bachelor of Business (Sports Management) (GU). 3 years in total for degree and diplomas.

Career opportunities: Administration manager of sport /recreation organisation, community recreation activity officer, local government sport development officer, sport/ recreation venue manager or assistant manager, event manager, sports marketing manager, sports PR manager. Description: A management-based dual diploma which is perfect if you are looking for a career within administration of a sporting or recreation organisation, management of sporting or recreation events, sport development, or management of a recreational facility.

“I think studying at SBIT provides you with better preparation for every scenario that could occur in job. It is a great atmosphere to learn in; the teachers are understanding and are willing to help you.” Keryn McMaster, Student Diploma of Sport Development.

Industry placement is an important element of this in-depth qualification enabling you to put in to practice the broad range of knowledge and skills covered within the course including: ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■

people management understanding the sport and recreation industry developing marketing opportunities planning and developing event bids managing budgets and financial plans project management.

SBIT has links with Griffith University so you can enter halfway into the second year of their degree course detailed above. This means you can benefit from direct entry into university and gain a triple qualification in the same time it takes to gain a degree. Your studies will combine practical skills and theoretical knowledge that will hold great appeal to potential employers.


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FITNESS, BEAUTY AND SPORT – Sports Development and Management

Diploma of Sport (Development) (includes Certificate IV in Sport (Coaching)

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Duration

Entry criteria

SRS50506 QTAC codes 155838

1 year (full-time)

Year 12 or equivalent. Alternatively, entry is based on merit, vocational experience, previous study, relevant industry experience and personal competencies.

You can enrol in the above diploma or the pathway course below. Successful completion guarantees direct entry, with study credits, into the university degree without the need to re-apply through QTAC. Course No

Pathways to university

QTAC codes 155831

Diploma of Sport / Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) (USQ) 4.5 years in total.

QTAC codes 155829

Diploma of Sport / Bachelor of Education (Primary) (USQ) 4 - 4.5 years in total.

QTAC codes 155835

Diploma of Sport / Bachelor of Education (Secondary Education) (USQ) 5 years in total.

QTAC codes 155833

Diploma of Sport / Bachelor of Education (Special Education) (USQ) 4.5 years in total.

Career opportunities: ports coach (excellent opportunities in golf, swimming, football codes etc.), sport and recreation officer, recreation camp coordinator, school sport and physical education assistant, sport development officer. Description: If you have a passion for sports, are enthusiastic and dedicated, have good communication and interpersonal skills a career in the sports industry could be for you. As a sports development officer you would be responsible for the promotion of sports and coordinating participation of young people in sports. Sports coaches generally specialise in one particular area and have an understanding of what is needed to develop athletes and teams. With a focus on coaching, officiating, business and administration skills, key learnings include: ■■

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“I want to assist young people as they grow and mature. I was working for three years as a counsellor for youth however realised this was not how I wanted to help. Playing and coaching sport has always been part of my life. I learnt invaluable skills in communicating with youth, adults, athletes with a disability and all of the theory and practical experience needed to nurture athletes and sporting teams from good to great!” Dale McKew, Diploma in Sport Development and Certificate IV in Sport Coaching.

planning, preparing and monitoring long-term training objectives managing projects expanding participation in recreation services determining needs of client populations.

You can choose from a number of electives to specialise in your chosen sporting field learning how to develop technical skills, tactics and strategies to get the most from your career. AFL, rugby league and cricket are just 3 of the specialisations on offer.

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How to enrol Application stage Select your course

Contact Student Administration To confirm the most recent course information, phone 13 72 48, or go to southbank.edu.au

Pathways to university* Southbank Institute of Technology has partnered with major Queensland universities to provide articulation pathways from diplomas and advanced diplomas into their degree courses. So if you didn’t get the right OP it’s not the end of the world. By completing a diploma or advanced diploma at SBIT, you can improve your OP score and increase your chances of securing a place at university. For more information visit southbank.edu.au/pathways.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) RPL is a process that allows the competencies you already possess to be recognised (regardless of how you obtained them) with a formal qualification. These might include skills you picked up on the job or from other life experiences that do not necessarily include formal training. For more information visit southbank.edu.au/rpl.

Apply for your selected course through either:

(Queensland Tertiary Admissions Centre)

Southbank Institute of Technology

To apply, visit qtac.edu.au

To apply, phone 13 72 48

QTAC

Check the on-line course brochure on southbank.edu.au to find out if you need to apply through QTAC or directly to SBIT.

Enrolment stage Once you have received acceptance, go to southbank.edu.au or phone 13 72 48 to enrol in your subjects. View the ‘show me’ video at southbank.edu.au/howtoenrol for full details about enrolling online.

Secure your enrolment Pay your fees before the course commences to secure your enrolment. Limited places are available in most courses.

Career and Employment Resource Centre Make sure you visit our Career and Employment Resource Centre. Aside from an array of career and employment resources, you will find qualified and experienced Career Counsellors who can help you with information and advice on future career and employment options. Prospective and current students are welcome. The Centre is open Monday to Friday and is located in the campus heart, just off Ernest Street.

FEE-HELP and VET FEE-HELP At SBIT you can access the Federal Government’s student loan schemes. FEE-HELP assists full fee paying students to pay for all or part of their tuition fees. Eligible students can use FEE-HELP at SBIT for the Associate Degree in Civil Engineering. VET FEE-HELP assists eligible full fee paying students to pay for all or part of their tuition fees when studying an approved VET course of study at the diploma, advanced diploma, vocational graduate certificate or vocational graduate diploma level. For more information visit southbank.edu.au/feehelp and southbank.edu.au/vetfeehelp.

Info Evening Keep your eye on southbank.edu.au for details on our annual Info Evening. This event provides you with the opportunity to meet our teachers face-to-face, tour our world-class learning facilities and seek answers to all of your questions.

*University abbreviations: QUT

Queensland University of Technology

BOND Bond University

SCU

Southern Cross University

CQUni Central Queensland University

UQ

The University of Queensland

CSU

Charles Sturt University

USC

University of the Sunshine Coast

Griffith University

USQ

University of Southern Queensland

ACU

GU

Australian Catholic University National


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