Physical Education Studies GENVET

  • Course Code - GEPES
  • Non-University Pathway

Estimated Cost: $131.00

Course Outline

This Course is designed for students with a desire to gain an understanding of how the body functions and to be physically active. The Course comprises of 50% theoretical and 50% practical work.

Course theory content includes
•    Developing physical skills and tactics
•    Motor learning and coaching
•    Functional anatomy
•    Biomechanics
•    Exercise physiology
•    Sport psychology

The practical modules selected for each class will be dependent upon the specific expertise of the teacher and the resources and facilities available to the class. They may include;
•    Touch rugby
•    Triathlon
•    Handball
•    Basketball
•    Tennis
•    Badminton

The course prepares students for a variety of post-school pathways, including immediate employment or tertiary studies.  It provides students with a range of employment opportunities in the sport, leisure and recreation industries, sport development, youth work and health and medical fields linked to physical activity and sport. The course also equips students to take on volunteer and leadership roles in community activities.

Minimum Entrance Requirements

A passion for understanding how the body functions and for participating in physical education

 

Further Study

Year 12 - Certificate II in Sport & Recreation Qualification Code – SIS20313

Coastal Cluster

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