Dual Qualification: Certificate III in Sport and Recreation (SIS30115) + Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (SIS20115)

$260 per student (Cert II entry qualification = $210 + Cert III Upgrade = $50)

How it works

Offered in flexible formats (2-year or 3-year options) across years 10, 11 and 12.  

  • Includes entry qualification: SIS20115 Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (scheduled for completion at end of Term 4).  See Course Schedule >

Students deliver sport/recreation programs within their school community. Programs include:

  • Officiating games
  • Conduct coaching activities
  • Sports performance program

Binnacle provides all the resources and support to allow teachers the scope to do what they do best – TEACH!

Excellent fit for schools with sports academies or excellence programs - tailored to the sport/s of your choice.

Available in Sport Specialty Formats.

Binnacle Provides

Professional Development & Training


  • ALL program materials are developed for you – including unit plans, assessment tasks, and marking guides. We save you time!
  • Binnacle Lounge (learning management system) - the centrepiece for all program resources, learning, assessment and up-to-the-minute student progress reporting. View demo >
  • First Aid - for school to deliver. See here >

School Requirements

HPE Teacher (Program Deliverer)

  • A current Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. Find out more >
  • Sport coaching and officiating experience

School Programs

  • Access to programs, games or competitions where students will assist as coaches or officials.

Partial Completion Program

This course is also offered as a partial completion program.

What Students Achieve

  • Certificate III in Sport and Recreation (SIS30115)
  • Entry qualification: Certificate II in Sport and Recreation (SIS20115)
  • Officiating accreditation
  • Coaching accreditation
  • First Aid qualification and CPR certificate
  • Maximum 7 QCE Credits (Cert III) → QLD schools
  • Students may be able to improve their chances of gaining tertiary entrance. See here >

Skills Acquired

  • Officiating games or competitions
  • Coaching beginner participants to develop fundamental skills
  • Communication and customer service in sport
  • Critical and creative thinking
  • Facilitating groups
  • Using social media tools for participant engagement 

“Binnacle have been very supportive throughout the whole year and deserve to be commended. Every time I have required assistance they are quick to respond and willing to assist in any way possible.” 

David Sexton, Burdekin Catholic College

 Course Schedule

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