Codes of Practice
Workplace Health and Safety
The College of Health and Fitness has a responsibility to provide a safe and healthy environment for all course participants and instructors/lecturers. Course participants have the responsibility of not putting themselves at risk of injury or illness by - undertaking activities in a safe manner and following all instructions given by The College of Health and Fitness staff and by reporting all workplace health and safety issues as soon as possible.
Recognition of Current Competencies and Recognition of Prior Learning
The College of Health and Fitness offers both recognition of current competencies and prior learning. This process enables students who have previous experience or qualifications in the industry to apply for credit of competencies.
The College of Health and Fitness recognizes and accepts qualifications and statements of attainment issued by registered training organizations across any State/ Territory of Australia. Overseas applicants will need to provide a detailed resume as well as a certified copy of their academic transcripts, certificates or statements. Contact details for the overseas training organization must also be provided. If these materials are written in a language other then English they must be professionally transcribed prior to lodgment.
The College of Health and Fitness is also able to offer recognition of current competencies where documentation has been misplaced or is out dated and the applicant is currently working in the fitness industry.
Further information and costs involved in applying for these recognition options is available by contacting The College of Health and Fitness.