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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)Candidate Application KitSIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness(Gym Instructor)AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 221

Information for CandidatesDear Candidate,Thank you for enquiring about Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for qualifications offered at the AustralianFitness Academy.RPL:The current Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) definition of RPL is:Recognition of prior learning is an assessment process that involves assessment of an individual’s relevant priorlearning (including formal, informal and non-formal learning) to determine the credit outcomes of an individualapplication for credit. tion.pdfExample: completing similar learning from a unit within a university degree or obtaining skills and knowledgethrough ‘on the job’ trainingCredit Transfer (CT):The current Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) definition of CT is:Credit transfer is a process that provides students with agreed and consistent credit outcomes for componentsof a qualification based on identified equivalence in content and learning outcomes between matchedqualifications. sfer-explanation.pdffExample: completing the same Unit of Competency as part of another AQF qualificationThe Australian Fitness Academy offers RPL/CT for Units of Competency that make up the followingqualifications: SIS30315: Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) SIS40215: Certificate IV in FitnessRPL/CT is offered to candidates who have completed studies in allied areas to health and fitness or haverelevant work or life experiences in the health and fitness industry. The RPL/CT process involves matching theskills and knowledge acquired from formal and informal learning and industry experience against the unitrequirements of the qualification. If sufficient and accurate evidence is presented by the candidate thenRPL/CT may be granted for all or some of the units contained within the qualification.Candidates may apply for RPL/CT in some or all of the units from the qualification. RPL/CT will not be grantedfor parts of units. However, exemptions from individual assessments that make up part of a unit may begranted where appropriate.Candidates applying for RPL or CT in both Certificate III and IV in Fitness must complete separate CandidateApplication Kits for each qualification. Completion of SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) isrequired before RPL in SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness can be considered. Applicants may choose to submitboth Certificate III and IV RPL applications at once, or submit the Certificate IV application upon completion ofCertificate III. Regardless of when the Certificate IV in Fitness application is submitted, it will not be assesseduntil completion of the SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness qualification.AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 222

Currency – Candidates are encouraged to include both past and present evidence of their skills and knowledgein this application. However, due to the evolving nature of the fitness industry, some qualifications and workexperience completed more than 4 years ago may no longer meet current industry standards. In this case, RPLis unlikely to be granted unless evidence of more recent relevant professional development can be provided.The completed Candidate RPL Application Kit and the evidence submitted as part of the application will beused in the assessment process to determine RPL outcome. Candidates are able to ask questions or clarify anyareas of the assessment at any stage by contacting AFA Student Support on (03) 9532 7800 or emailingstudentsupport@afa.com.au.AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 223

Qualification and Units of CompetencyEntry requirements:There are no entry requirements for this qualification.Packaging rules:To receive a full SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) qualification, 16 units must be completed (9core units and 7 elective units). The following units are the only units in the SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness(Gym Instructor) qualification offered by the Australian Fitness Academy and the only units from thisqualification where RPL/CT is available.QualificationSIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor)Unit CodeCore UnitsUnit DescriptionSISFFIT001Provide health screening and fitness orientationSISFFIT002Recognise and apply exercise considerations for specific populationsSISFFIT003Instruct fitness programsSISFFIT004Incorporate anatomy and physiology principles into fitness programmingSISFFIT005Provide healthy eating informationSISFFIT014Instruct exercise to older clientsSISXCCS001Provide quality serviceSISXFAC001Maintain equipment for activitiesSISXIND001Work effectively in sport, fitness and recreation environmentsElective UnitsBSBRSK401Identify risk and apply risk management processesHLTAID003Provide first aidHLTWHS001Participate in workplace health and safetySISFFIT006Conduct fitness appraisalsSISFFIT024Instruct endurance programsSISXCAI001Provide equipment for activitiesSISXFAC002Maintain sport, fitness and recreation facilitiesFor a full description of this qualification and each individual unit, please visit www.training.gov.auAFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 224

AFA RPL Application ProcessCandidate EnquiryCandidate Provided with RPL CandidateApplication KitSTEP 1Documentation & CandidateSelf EvaluationSTEP 2Interview & Questioning(if required)STEP 3Demonstration /Observation (ifrequired)If Candidate noteligible for RPL, fulltraining is offeredFurther GapTraining(if required)STEP 4Verification/ Third Party ReportQualification/ Statement ofAttainment IssuedAFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 225

Preparing your RPL Candidate ApplicationStep 1: Documentation and self-evaluation Complete and return the Certificate III and IV in Fitness RPL Enrolment Pack that accompanies this RPLCandidate Application Kit and arrange payment of your RPL application fee. Complete the Self Evaluation (Part 1 and Part 2) contained in this RPL Candidate Application Kit.The self- evaluation provides you with the opportunity to list and source evidence of your relevantwork experience, qualifications, courses and skills that may contribute towards your application. Attach all supporting evidence and documentation you have listed in the Self Evaluation and completethe Application Checklist on the last page of this RPL Candidate Application Kit Return the completed RPL Candidate Application Kit and all documentation to info@afa.com.auStep 2: Interview and questioning with an Assessor (if required)Once your RPL Candidate Application Kit has been received, an AFA Assessor will review your self-evaluationand supporting evidence and match your skills and knowledge to the units in the qualification.If required, the AFA Assessor will then contact you to arrange a time for an interview to discuss your selfevaluation and supporting evidence.During this conversation, you may also be required to answer questions relating to your work experience andfitness knowledge. This questioning forms part of the assessment, as it will identify your current fitnessindustry knowledge and skills and add evidence to any gaps in your self-evaluation.Step 3: Demonstration/observation of your skills (if required)If the evidence you submitted in your original application is not sufficient for the Assessor to make ajudgement about your competency, the Assessor may contact you to organise a time to observe youdemonstrate your skills. This may be done via live video streaming over the internet (or similar technology).Your Assessor will identify the skills they want you to demonstrate by asking you to complete specific tasksthat relate to the job role of a Gym fitness instructor. E.g. undertake a pre-screening health and fitness testfor a client or design and implement a training program for a client incorporating resistance exercises.The time and date of this observation will be agreed upon and you will be given a copy of the taskrequirements prior to the date of your demonstration. The Assessor may ask you questions during the sessionas part of this process to establish/ confirm your knowledge.Step 4: Verification and Third Party ReportTo finalise your application outcome, the Assessor will contact the employer and referees you have provided inthe self-evaluation to confirm your previous work experience and vouch for your skills and knowledge.AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 226

Your Assessor may correspond with your employer or referee via email or phone or ask them to complete andreturn a third party written report.Step 5: Outcome and NotificationOnce the Assessor is satisfied all evidence has been reviewed, a decision will be made as to whether:a. You are able to receive RPL for all units of competency in the qualification, orb. You are able to receive RPL in some units of competency, but must to undergo further gap training tocomplete the full qualification, orc. No RPL is able to be granted and you are required to complete the full qualification under normaltraining arrangementsYou will be notified via email regarding the outcome of your RPL application.If you require further gap training or need to complete the full qualification under normal trainingarrangements, you will be provided with a Training Plan. The Training Plan will outline both the training andassessment you have received exemption from (if applicable) as well as the training and assessment you mustcomplete in order to obtain competency in any remaining units and complete the qualification.At the completion of your enrolment period, you will receive a Statement of Attainment or a Certificate andRecord of Results to indicate the outcome of your training and assessment in each of the units.If you have successfully demonstrated competency in all units via RPL and no further gap training is required,you will be issued with a Certificate and a Record of Results to indicate the outcome of your training andassessment in each of the units.The remaining balance of fees for your Certificate III in Fitness course must be paid before the Certificate orRecord of Results can be issued.AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 227

Self-Evaluation – Part 1Part 1 of the Self-Evaluation provides an opportunity for you to list areas of your qualifications and experiencethat will support your RPL application. Please complete all sections in detail.Personal DetailsSurnameFirst name/sQualification in which youare seeking RPLSIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor)DateFormal Qualifications & EducationQualification title and codeTraining Provider/InstitutionStart DateEnd DateAttach unit transcriptand unit descriptionsE.g. MU565 - Bachelor of SportsScienceMelbourne UniversityFeb 2012Nov 2015X TranscriptX Unit descriptions Transcript Unit descriptions Transcript Unit descriptions Transcript Unit descriptionsFurther Training and Professional DevelopmentWorkshop/Course& ProviderStartDateEndDateBrief description ofcourse objectives andoutcomesAttach certificate or proof ofcompletionE.g. Fundamentals ofKettlebell Training(Australian FitnessAcademyNov 2018Jan 2019Identify teaching points,modification options,common technique errors ofgrinding and ballistickettlebell exercisesX Certificate Other proof of completion Certificate Other proof of completion Certificate Other proof of completionAFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 228

Current Employment (you may leave this section blank if all information listed below has been included in yourresume and your resume is attached with this application)Are you currently employed?Yes No If ‘yes’, in which occupation are youcurrently employed?What is your current job title?Who is your current employer?Approximately how long have youworked in this job?Is this occupation in the sameindustry as the industry in which youare applying for recognition?year/smonth/sNo (go to the next table)Yes (please list below the maintasks you perform as part of yourwork that are relevant to your RPLapplication)If you have further recent industry experience relevant to your application, please attach another sheet or your currentrésumé.AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 229

Previous Employment History (Only include employment history that is relevant to this application. You mayleave this section blank if all information listed below has been included in your resume and your resume isattached with this application)Name, addressand phone numberof employersPeriod of ePart-timeCasualDescriptionof major dutiesOther relevant experiences or informal training (eg volunteer work, participation in relevant hobbies etc)If you have any relevant informal (non- employment based) experiences, please list them below.ExperienceStart DateEnd DateDescription of tasks performedAFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 2210

Professional Referees (relevant to current/recent fitness industry employment and if not listed on yourattached résumé). These may be different to your workplace supervisor.Referee 1NamePositionOrganisationAddress of organisationPhone numberMobile numberEmail addressReferee 2NamePositionOrganisationAddress of organisationPhone numberMobile numberEmail addressRate your knowledge and skills against the job roles of a Fitness/Gym Instructor:YesNoPossiblyI think my experience is of a high level. I think I am skilled to do this job. I know how to do the work tasks really well. I can explain my experience and provide documentary evidence. I have undertaken much of this work without supervision. Is there any further information you wish to give in support of your application?AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 2211

Self-Evaluation – Part 2Part 2 of the Self-Evaluation enables you to provide evidence of your skills and knowledge against the specificrequirements of each unit of competency. Similar units have been grouped together into 6 sections so youonly need to list your evidence for the section, rather than each unit. It also provides the Assessor with anindication of whether you believe you meet the criteria of the unit and where it can be demonstrated in yoursupporting evidence.For each of the tasks listed in Section 1-7 tables on the following pages:1. Confirm whether you currently perform/have performed:- All of the task (you have performed all components of the listed task)- Some parts of the task (you have performed some components of the task listed, but have notperformed others)- None of the tasks (you have not performed any components of the listed task before)2. Provide and attach documentation as evidence to support your ability to perform each task/criteria.A description of different types of evidence is provided on the following page and specific examplesthat relate to the topic for each section is provided in each of the tables.Complete the List of Attached Documents section at the end of this RPL Candidate Application Kit andensure you have attached all documents.Please note:- Documents can be submitted in the form of paper, electronic files, photos, videos etc.- Documents can be listed against more than one task- Not every task/criteria needs to have supporting documents. Please only list evidence that isrelevant.- List and number each of the documents/files to assist the Assessor to locate your evidence- When submitting transcripts for units of a completed qualification, please also include the unitsummary, outline or description. A list of unit titles is not enough evidence for assessors todetermine the content covered in the completed unit.- If listing a course unit transcript as evidence, please list the relevant unit code that matches thespecific task- For privacy and confidentiality, please remove all personal information from any workplacedocuments you provideOriginal documents such as certificates and unit transcripts must be cited by the AFA assessor.Alternatively, copies of these documents can be submitted provided they have been certified byan authorised personnel such as a Justice of the Peace, Police Officer, Pharmacist etc.). AFA willnot accept copies of documents that have not been certified.AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 2212

Common documents used for evidence:Evidence TypeDescriptionCertificate/ TestamurAn official document from a training provider that confirms you haveachieved a qualification. The certificate should include details such as:- your name- qualification title and code- certificate number- issue date- official signature or stamp from the training organisationUnit Transcript/Statement of Results/Statement of Attainment/Academic TranscriptAn official list of units completed within a qualification, issued by thetraining organisation. The transcript should include details such as:- your name- completion date- training organisation name and details- unit name and code- result or outcome of the unitsUnit Description/Outline/SummaryA description outlining the content of information or curriculum covered ineach of the units you have studied. The unit description may also outlinethe assessments included for the unit.Resume/ Curriculum VitaeA collection of information that must include the following:- your personal contact details- a list of your formal qualifications and training- details of your previous employment including:- name of employer- job title- dates of employment- job tasks performed, key responsibilities andachievements during your employment- a list of referees (contact details of people from your currentand previous employment, such as a manager, that can verifyand provide feedback on your job performance)Resumes may also include information such as:- professional development completed- relevant skills- hobbies/areas of interest- volunteer workPosition DescriptionA company document provided by your employer that outlines the roles,responsibilities, regular job tasks and key performance indicators you areexpected to perform as part of your job role and employment. It may alsooutline the key skills and attributes or qualifications you are expected tohave to meet the requirements of the position.AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 2213

TestimonialUsually a written letter or email that someone has provided to you in theirown words outlining the experience they have had with you and the typesof tasks they have witnessed you perform whilst working with you in yourrelevant job role.Testimonial may come from clients, colleagues or employers.Testimonials should include as much detail as possible. For example:- specific job tasks performed- key responsibilities- specific achievements- summary of specific skills (eg performing health and fitnessassessments, designing and instructing a strength program)- frequency that tasks were performedClient Fitness ProgramsDetailed copies of fitness programs you have actually planned andinstructed for real clients. You should provide multiple programs formultiple clients that address a variety of different client training goals anduse a variety of training methods, such as:- body composition change (such as hypertrophy and weightloss)- cardio, resistance and circuit training- strength- power- flexibility- endurance- training for specific populations such as older adults, children,women, culturally and linguistically diverse people, peopleunder supervision from allied health professionalsMultiple programs should be provided for each client to demonstrateprogression, modifications and monitoring over a period of time. Programdates should be clearly displayed with changes and modification easilyvisible.For confidentiality and privacy reasons, you should remove client namesand contact details from the documents.Workplace DocumentsCopies of completed documents commonly used in the workplace as partof your job role. Examples may include:- A cleaning or equipment maintenance checklist or inventory- An incident/accident report- A workplace risk assessment- A client pre-exercise screening form- Health/fitness testing & assessment record forms- A client referral form- Staff meeting minutes- Customer feedback forms- Receipts of transactions or completed booking forms- Employee performance appraisalsAll documents should be filled in and should represent actual times youhave completed the task as part of your job role.AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 2214

For confidentiality and privacy reasons, you should remove client namesand contact details from the documents.Other EvidenceOther forms of evidence that may support your application can include:- Working with children checks- Industry Registration Certificates (e.g. Fitness Australia,Physical Activity Australia)- Memberships of other professional associations, networks- Photos and videos- Website URLs- Business documents such as marketing materials, businessregistration- Certificates of participation in professional developmentcourses- Logbooks- Training RecordsNote: Original documents such as certificates and unit transcripts must be cited by the AFA assessor.Alternatively, copies of these documents can be submitted provided they have been certified by an authorisedpersonnel such as a Justice of the Peace, Police Officer, Pharmacist etc. AFA will not accept copies ofdocuments that have not been certified.AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 2215

Section 1Working in the fitness environmentCandidate’s nameDate completedUnits of competency:Suggested documents/evidence to support your ability to perform the taskslisted for this section include:List similar units from a qualification transcript and provide acopy of the transcript and unit descriptionCopies of equipment/facility maintenance and cleaningchecklists and inventories completed by the candidateCopies of WHS and/or Risk Assessments completed by thecandidateCopies of accident/incident reports completed by the candidateCopies of client bookings completed by candidateRecords of financial transactions completed by the candidateEvidence of interaction with other professionals undertaken bythe candidateDocumentation of responses to customer complaints/feedbackcompleted by candidateEmployee performance reviewTestimonial form employer outlining completion ofmaintenance, cleaning, customer service, WHS procedures,teamwork and procedural tasksEmployment position descriptionProfessional development course certificates relating to fitnessor WHSRegistration with Fitness Australia/ Physical ActivityAustralia/ESSAAre you applying for RPL for any units in this section? Please indicate: SISXCCS001 Provide quality serviceSISXIND001 Work effectively in sport, fitness and recreation environmentsHLTWHS001 Participate in workplace health and safetyBSBRSK401 Identify risk and apply risk management processesSISXCAI001 Provide equipment for activitiesSISXFAC001 Maintain equipment for activitiesSISXFAC002 Maintain sport, fitness and recreation facilities(The full content of each unit can be viewed at www.training.gov.au)AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 2216

I can perform/have performed:Task/CriteriaExample:All of thetaskSome ofthe taskNone ofthe taskXEvidence/documentation provided to support claim:Include the number and name the document you are providing for easy reference. Ifusing a course unit transcript as evidence, please list the relevant unit code thatmatches the taskDoc # 1: Employer Letter from Excite FitnessProvide services to fitness industry clients that includethe following;-Interacting with a variety of clients and respondingto client requests in a polite, courteous and nondiscriminatory mannerMatching services to clients needs andexpectationsDealing with numerous tasks simultaneouslyIdentifying problems and actioning solutionsWorking as part of a team and providing supportto team membersUsing industry knowledgeManaging own workloadMaintaining personal presentation standardsMaintaining client privacy and confidentiality(Evidence of performing the above tasks across aminimum of 10 service periods is required)Respond to, resolve and address clientfeedback/complaints and follow up and recordcommunication with the client according to policiesand proceduresProvide information and recommend to clients anyproducts, programs, services, facilities, promotionsand events that address their needs and expectationsAFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 2217

Perform and record tasks that involve:-financial transactions for hire and refund ofequipmentarranging and confirming bookings andappointments for services or facilitiesmanagement of lost propertyMaintain currency in fitness industry knowledge andskills and implement this into everyday work practiceDemonstrate an understanding of organisation policiesand procedures, including:-customer serviceadministrationhealth and safetywork schedules and handoversFollow company WHS and emergency policies andprocedures and contribute to maintaining safe workpracticesIdentify risk, hazards, incidents and accidents andrecord and report them promptly and appropriatelyAnalyse risks and identify, implement and evaluateappropriate control measures to reduce or eliminatethemExplain, demonstrate and monitor safe use of suitableequipment to participantsAFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 2218

Set up, demonstrate, use, dismantle, and storeequipment for activities according to manufacturer’sguidelines.(Evidence of at least 10 different pieces of equipmentover at least 3 different sessions is required)Use cleaning agents to perform cleaning tasks of thefollowing areas;-indooroutdoorwetdry(Evidence of performing cleaning tasks in at least 2 ofthe above areas is required)Undertake cleaning tasks including;-spillages, damages/breakages, leakscontaminationunsecured equipmentfrom damaged containers ensuring minimisationof negative environmental impacts(Evidence of performing cleaning tasks for at least 3of the above scenarios is required)Safely conduct minor maintenance tasks on equipmentwithin industry realistic timeframes, including;-cleaninglubricatingreinflatingchecking for damagerestocking or refillingrepairingcalibrationstoring(Evidence of performing at least 6 of the above tasksis required)AFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 2219

Monitor storage and condition of equipment andperform routine equipment maintenance according toschedules(A minimum of 5 service periods must be provided asevidence)Check current supplies, order/request new stock anddispose/recycle expired suppliesPerform cleaning and maintenance tasks while;-Wearing personal protective equipmentUsing correct manual handling techniquesUsing hygienic practicesMinimising disruption to clientsConserving resources and minimisingenvironmental impactDocument and record cleaning and maintenance tasks,missing and damaged equipment according to policiesand proceduresDemonstrate an understanding of organisation policiesand procedures in relation to:-customer service procedurescommunication protocolsreporting/record keeping proceduresconflict resolutionDemonstrate an understanding of state/territorylegislation and how it impacts on workplaceregulations/practices for:-WHS/OHS (including employer/employee rights)Duty of careHazardous manual tasksInfection controlConsumer LawEqual opportunityUse of promotional materialAFA/ Document 54 – SIS30315: Cert III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) RPL Candidate Application Kit/ Version 2220

Section 2Principles of NutritionCandidate’s nameDate completedUnits of competency:Suggested documents/evidence to support your ability to perform the tasks listed forthis section include:-Are you applying for RPL for any units in this section? Please indicate: -SISFFIT005 Provide healthy eating information-(The full content of each unit can be viewed at www.training.gov.au)-I can perform/have performed:Task/CompetencyExample:All of thetaskSome ofthe taskNone ofthe taskXList similar units from a qualification transcript and provide acopy of the transcript and unit descriptionCopies of client referrals to nutritionist/dietitian completed bycandidateCopies of client healthy eating information records completedby candidatePosition description outlining provision of healthy eatinginformation in job roleClient/Customer feedback or testimonials relating to providinginformation on healthy eating , health and fitnessProfessional Development course certificates relating tonutritionRegistration with a professional association related to nutritionEvidence/documentation provided to support claim:Include the number and name the document you are providing for easy reference. Ifusing a course u

To receive a full SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) qualification, 16 units must be completed (9 core units and 7 elective units). The following units are the only units in the SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness (Gym Instructor) qualification offered by the Australian

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