Students are assumed to have some extensive experience or knowledge in Leisure Facility Management
There are two parts to this course:
Part 1: This course is relevant to the management and maintenance of both indoor and outdoor facilities and equipment, including swimming pools, locker rooms, buildings, gymnasiums, and sports turf. Content includes monitoring the condition of equipment, routine maintenance programming and simple repair procedures.
Part 2: This course will create a manager’s ability to participate effectively as part of a design team for major works, or to plan and direct contractors in the development of minor facilities. It covers:
- Ergonomic considerations
- Managing construction work
- Design of sportsgrounds
- Design of indoor facilities
- Design of gymnasium equipment
- Identify work tasks involved in the maintenance of recreation facilities.
- Manage the condition of recreational water facilities, including swimming pools.
- Manage the condition of a sports turf facility, including monitoring and maintaining the condition of turf.
- Manage the condition of a gymnasium, including monitoring the condition of structures and equipment.
- Manage the condition of a public building, including monitoring.
- Explain design factors for recreation facilities.
- Explain the concept of ergonomics related to recreation facility design.
- Explain the design of an outdoor recreation facility used in the industry.
- Explain the design of an indoor recreation facility.
- Arrange moveable equipment and furnishings in a way to maximise predetermined criteria, including safety and function, within the physical confines of a facility.
- Explain the design of fitness equipment.
- Develop a management strategy for the construction of part, or all, of a recreation facility.
Detailed Course Outline
Each course is made up of a number of lessons or units. Each of these has self assessment questions, a set task (practical homework) and an assignment which you can upload online.
There are 13 lessons in this course:
Introduction to Facility Management
- Nature and scope of the work
- Developing management procedures
- Quality (compliance) systems
- Water treatments: salt, bromine, ozone etc
- pH management
- Control of water temperature
- Filtration systems
- Air maintenance in an indoor pool area
- Routine pool maintenance
- Maintenance of spas, saunas and steam rooms
- Common problems with swimming pools
- Pool surrounds
- Ancillary facilities
- Managing use of swimming pools
Sports Turf Facilities
- Advantages and disadvantages of turf as a sporting surface
- Turf condition: what affects the condition of turf
- Maintenance practices for turf
- Sports equipment: track, athletics
- Gymnasium maintenance
- Health and safety in a gym
- Gymnasium standards
- General building maintenance tasks
- Health and safety issues
- Managing building repairs
Toilets and Locker Rooms
- Components of toilet locker room areas
- Health and safety concerns
- Routine maintenance
Introduction to Design
- Design factors
- Types of facilities
- Site selection
- Planning process
- Scope and nature of ergonomics
- Understanding posture
- Furniture design
- Ergonomics for a gym
- Layout of interiors
- Pool design: pools and surrounds
- Water slides
- Other water features
- Playground design
- Planning for play Community participation
- Park design
- Fitness trails
- Multi purpose courts
- Use of colour
- Macro design for indoor facilities
- Local community recreation centres
- Exercise facilities
- The space
- The equipment: types of equipment
- Layout of a gym
- Interior design
- Design of fitness equipment
- Exercise bikes
- Rowing machines
- Step machines
- Strength training equipment
- Nature of the task
When you have completed the lessons of your Certificate course, you will be given the option of taking the optional exam. It's okay if you don't want the exam, we still issue your Careerline Certificate. For Advanced Certificates however, the exam is compulsory (per module) and are included in the course fee.
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Jodie is a qualified Nutritionist and Advanced Practitioner in Life Coaching. Jodie brings to Careerline over 15 years corporate nutrition and health experience as a result of working for several large multinational food and beverage companies. Jodie is passionate about all aspects of nutrition, health and wellness with particular interest in weight management and childhood obesity. More recently Jodie completed her Advanced Practitioner of Life Coaching course and is a certified Life Coach with hours of practical experience. As a Life Coach Jodie enjoys working with clients to close the gap between where they are currently in their lives and where they want to be. Jodie is also an experienced tutor enjoying the challenge of working with students to reach their full potential.
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