Tertiary Programs

SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development (Snow Sports)

This Program is completely customised for the aspiring professional skier or snowboarder across selected forms. Advanced skills training and curriculum in the high performance space are individualised for each student athlete, including mastering racing fundamentals and use of technologies. These are coordinated with sport science theory, the business of professional racing and career preparation skills.

*Please note that the SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development (Snow Sports) program is suitable for talented athletes. This Program commences in 2021.

Our Approach:
BE INSPIRED
Professional sport demands
that you “give it your all”.

The Australian College of Sport’s SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development (Snow Sports) qualification provides the ultimate in high performance training and learning. This Program is designed for the talented skier or snowboarder not currently training as a sponsored athlete under either the VIS or NSWIS Programs, but seeking a professional career in any of the following: Freestyle Moguls, Park and Pipe (Ski and Snowboard) Snowboard Cross and Ski Cross.

To be located in New South Wales and Victoria, with the Program commencing in 2021, student athletes are trained under the close guidance of world class instructors with international success and leading elite teams of trainers including physical conditioning experts, physiotherapists, nutritionists, elite mind experts and mentors with access to state of the art technologies at superior facilities.

ARE YOU READY?

Our Curriculum: BE INQUISITIVE

This qualification advances your talent in the technical, physical, tactical and elite mind components of high performance. Practical elements of the course are coordinated with inspirational curriculum in elite mind preparation, sport science, sport technology, coaching and the business of professional snow sport.

To maximise your learning outcomes, your program is tailored to you. Your program is aligned to achieving your goals, whether that be competing opportunities in Australia or overseas.

SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development

Snow Sports

Subject(s) – Semester 1

Athlete Development 1 & 2 (Technical)

Athlete Development 1 (Physical)

Exercise and Sport Science 1 & 2

Integrated Athlete 1

Athlete Welfare

Models of Self Discovery

Business of Professional Sport (Snow Sport)

Communication Mastery

Subject(s) – Semester 2

Athlete Development 3 & 4 (Technical)

Athlete Development 5 (Tactical)

Exercise and Sport Science 3 & 4

Psychology of Peak Performance

Sport Technology

Coaching Principle

Program Duration: 1 Year Full Time

Program Location: To Be Announced

Tuition Fee: Deferred Payment Option available

Incidental Fee(s): Student Athlete Apparel & Training Kit*

*Anticipated incidental fee(s) $3,350.00

Qualifications

This qualification is available to both Australian and international applicants.

As an Australian College of Sport graduate, you will qualify with an internationally recognised qualification that will prepare you for a range of industry opportunities globally, as well as the pathway to pursue high level competition or continue education through our industry and university partners.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How does my program prepare me for creating industry opportunities?
Professional snow sport is a global, multi-million dollar enterprise that provides employment opportunities for a range of professions.

At the heart of this industry is the conditioning of the athletes, with the aim of optimising individual and team performance for successful outcomes. The superior participants in this industry know how to assess athletic performance and are able to apply this knowledge to the planning and delivery of meaningful interventions for athletes to enhance performance, but also to mitigate the likelihood of injury and illness.

The SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development (Snow Sport) qualification provides a detailed knowledge and practical skills based programme relevant to athletic performance, from the physiological, psychological, biomechanical, nutritional and skill-based perspectives. This Program provides graduates with the skill training and analysis for elite level practice in high performance skiing and snow boarding, athlete development programming and an introduction to the relevant exercise and sport science theory and the business of professional snow sport.

Students must complete 100 hours of appropriate professional experience (practicum), with accurate record-keeping, as part of course accreditation requirements. Students are placed in a range of industry settings to integrate the course theory that you learn with practical workplace experiences. These outcomes will provide launch pads into playing, coaching, physical programming, business and athlete support services in performance snow sport environments.

Graduates of this qualification become eligible to apply for admission to undergraduate studies in High Performance Sport, Human Movement, Psychology, Physical Education and Business. We encourage all our Alumni to take advantage of our local and international industry network for assisting you after your graduation.

*Human Movement pathway provides options for further study including: Exercise and Sport Science, Dietetics, Psychology, Counselling and Physiotherapy to name a few.

What is the desired outcome of an athlete development program?
It is to put us on the pathway to reaching our potential. To do this, we must first commit to becoming better versions of ourselves. To become better, we must challenge ourselves. Committing to the challenge is the key that unlocks your potential. For optimum benefits, such Programs MUST be individualised.

Your Program must be tailored to you. Why? Because it is about achieving your potential, not someone else’s. To do this effectively, we build from the fundamental building blocks of athletic performance: your brain and your body. We then connect these human elements to your athletic performance.

When can I commence the program and what do I need to apply?

2021 Program Start Dates – To Be Announced
*Number of Available Places: up to 35 places only.

Admission:

Australian College of Sport Programs are by application only. You may be requested to complete a Skill Trial and/or interview as part of your Application. This will be advised to you once your online Application has been received. If you require assistance with your Application, our Program Services Team are available to assist you via 1300 859 880 or admin@collegeofsport.edu.au

To be eligible for admission to the Program, an applicant must have completed Year 12, or equivalent. Special circumstances for admission may apply to applicants who have not completed Year 12. Please contact admin@collegeofsport.edu.au

Register your interest

Financial Information:

Program tuition and incidental fees are paid upfront and deferred. $3, 350 up-front payment, prior to commencement. $3,990 x 6 fully deferred via the Federal Government HELP Scheme. (HELP – must hold Australian Citizenship).

*Important Note on Tuition Fees – Tuition fees are calculated using are based on a full-time study load. This qualification is not available for part time study. Please note that course fees are reviewed annually.

Centrelink Benefits (Austudy or Youth Allowance) are available to eligible applicants. Participants who are already employed in the equine industry, tax deductible benefits may apply to you.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How does my program prepare me for creating industry opportunities?
Professional snow sport is a global, multi-million dollar enterprise that provides employment opportunities for a range of professions.

At the heart of this industry is the conditioning of the athletes, with the aim of optimising individual and team performance for successful outcomes. The superior participants in this industry know how to assess athletic performance and are able to apply this knowledge to the planning and delivery of meaningful interventions for athletes to enhance performance, but also to mitigate the likelihood of injury and illness.

The SIS50612 Diploma of Sport Development (Snow Sport) qualification provides a detailed knowledge and practical skills based programme relevant to athletic performance, from the physiological, psychological, biomechanical, nutritional and skill-based perspectives. This Program provides graduates with the skill training and analysis for elite level practice in high performance skiing and snow boarding, athlete development programming and an introduction to the relevant exercise and sport science theory and the business of professional snow sport.

Students must complete 100 hours of appropriate professional experience (practicum), with accurate record-keeping, as part of course accreditation requirements. Students are placed in a range of industry settings to integrate the course theory that you learn with practical workplace experiences. These outcomes will provide launch pads into playing, coaching, physical programming, business and athlete support services in performance snow sport environments.

Graduates of this qualification become eligible to apply for admission to undergraduate studies in High Performance Sport, Human Movement, Psychology, Physical Education and Business. We encourage all our Alumni to take advantage of our local and international industry network for assisting you after your graduation.

*Human Movement pathway provides options for further study including: Exercise and Sport Science, Dietetics, Psychology, Counselling and Physiotherapy to name a few.

What is the desired outcome of an athlete development program?
It is to put us on the pathway to reaching our potential. To do this, we must first commit to becoming better versions of ourselves. To become better, we must challenge ourselves. Committing to the challenge is the key that unlocks your potential. For optimum benefits, such Programs MUST be individualised.

Your Program must be tailored to you. Why? Because it is about achieving your potential, not someone else’s. To do this effectively, we build from the fundamental building blocks of athletic performance: your brain and your body. We then connect these human elements to your athletic performance.

When can I commence the program and what do I need to apply?

2021 Program Start Dates – To Be Announced
*Number of Available Places: up to 35 places only.

Admission:

Australian College of Sport Programs are by application only. You may be requested to complete a Skill Trial and/or interview as part of your Application. This will be advised to you once your online Application has been received. If you require assistance with your Application, our Program Services Team are available to assist you via 1300 859 880 or admin@collegeofsport.edu.au

To be eligible for admission to the Program, an applicant must have completed Year 12, or equivalent. Special circumstances for admission may apply to applicants who have not completed Year 12. Please contact admin@collegeofsport.edu.au

Register your interest

Financial Information:

Program tuition and incidental fees are paid upfront and deferred. $3, 350 up-front payment, prior to commencement. $3,990 x 6 fully deferred via the Federal Government HELP Scheme. (HELP – must hold Australian Citizenship).

*Important Note on Tuition Fees – Tuition fees are calculated using are based on a full-time study load. This qualification is not available for part time study. Please note that course fees are reviewed annually.

Centrelink Benefits (Austudy or Youth Allowance) are available to eligible applicants. Participants who are already employed in the equine industry, tax deductible benefits may apply to you.

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