The Policies and Procedures of Life Saving Victoria RTO 21799 outline how LSV maintain the high quality of training you expect from the Aquatic Industry Peak Body.
The documents below outline our commitment to you as learners and how we meet our obligations to all of our Stakeholders. Before enrolling in a course take the time to ready our VET Code of Practice.
Trainers and Assessors are required to keep up to date with their industry and the Vocational Education and Training Sector. There are a multitude of ways to do this, we have provided you with some links and ideas below. When you visit or sign up to any of the below it is not just about what you read it is how it will affect your practice as an educator. Take the time digest the content you have read you could use the following technique to help you process the information because it is not just about what you remember from reading the content it is more important to recall what you think when you are reading the content. The process is call ACID-Do:
A – What do I agree with
C – What am I Curious about
I – What Interests you
D – What do I Disagree with
Do – What can I Do with thee ideas and concepts in what I have read
If you use this as a starting point you will be able to contextualise your reading to your role as a trainer.
Our trainers need to be able to show that they maintain their industry currency each year.
Full Time trainers need to do 30 hours of Professional Development
Part time, Casual and Volunteer Trainers need to do 8 hours a year.
Remember to submit your PD each time you do it and keep a record for yourself to show that you are continually improving your skills and knowledge.