SPRT 3002 Aquatic Sports
Credit Points 10
Legacy Code 400895
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Description From 2016, this unit is replaced by 400866 - Motor Control and Skill. Students will actively engage in a variety of aquatic activities including rowing, canoeing, kayaking, diving, water polo and swimming. Through participation in practical tutorials, students will develop their ability to teach and coach each of the aforementioned aquatic activities in a school or community recreation setting. Students will also train in swimming to improve stroke mechanics and fitness. This will form part of the Bronze Medallion Lifesaving certification, which involves developing competencies in resuscitation, four strokes of swimming, personal survival and rescue skills.
School Health Sciences
Discipline Sport and Recreation Activities
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 4 10cp
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Level Undergraduate Level 3 subject
Restrictions Students must be enrolled in 4659 Bachelor of Health Science (PDHPE).
- Articulate, compare and contrast the skills, tactics and techniques involved in swimming, diving, canoeing, kayaking, water polo and rowing performance.
- Demonstrate swimming and lifesaving skills to pass the Bronze Medallion Lifesaving certification.
- Identify and apply teaching techniques and safety principles to a range of aquatic activities.
- Develop a program for the implementation of aquatic sports in a school and/or community recreation setting.
- water Polo
- Swimming (4 strokes, as part of Bronze Medallion)
2. Through participation in these aquatic sports, students will develop an in-depth understanding of the key teaching/coaching techniques that underpin these aquatic activities in order to plan high-quality learning experiences.
Students must comply with the following special requirements: possess a current WorkCover Authority approved First Aid Certificate.