Australian College of Physical Education
CRICOS provider number: 01822J TEQSA provider ID: PRV12066
This Bachelor of Education (Physical and Health Education) is tailored to include all the relevant subjects for students who seek a career in physical and health education teaching. Alternatively, graduates may choose careers in the sports, health or movement industries at advanced levels.
This course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to:
Physical and health education.
PDHPE secondary teacher, specialist PE primary school teacher, sport development officer, school sports coordinator, recreation officer, project officer, youth worker.
Accredited by NSW Education and Standards Authority (NESA).
Includes a professional experience component of 85 days in NSW schools.
Refer to ACPE latest fee information.
Minimum age: Domestic applicants must be 18 years of age or turn 18 within their first semester of study. International applicants must be 18 years of age or older.
Inherent requirements: Students must meet essential components of this course (capabilities, knowledge, skills) to achieve the course learning outcomes.
Assumed Knowledge: 2 units of English
Refer to the ACPE general admission information
English language requirements: All applicants must meet the minimum English language requirements for their chosen course of study.
Computer literacy: All applicants for entry to any course must meet minimum computer literacy standards as determined by the college, have a personal email account and unrestricted access to the internet.
Working with Children Check: For courses that involve work integrated learning where students may deal with children (ie under 18 years of age) a valid Working with Children Check must be supplied to the college prior to the student undertaking coursework. Applicants who anticipate failing a Working with Children Check should not apply for course entry.
Applicants who may not meet the educational requirements but who can demonstrate some educational disadvantage in schooling will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Post-school applicants (21 years or over) who have not completed Year 12 and who have relevant work or life experience that indicates they would be able to manage the level of coursework required will be considered for admission on a case-by-case basis.
To be considered for direct entry to the Bachelor of Education (Physical and Health Education), applicants who have completed Year 12 must meet one of the following requirements:
Initial Teacher Education degree applicants who do not meet the direct entry requirements may be considered for entry via the indirect entry pathway program. Students must enrol in the Bachelor of Physical Activity for Health and may be permitted to transfer to the second year of the Bachelor of Education (Physical and Health Education) under the following conditions:
The College reserves the right to refuse entry to any applicant based on an individual’s inability to demonstrate to its satisfaction suitability for entry into an ITE program.
Applicants may request recognition of prior learning (RPL). Applications for RPL will be assessed on a case-by-case basis in accordance with the college's Recognition of Prior Learning Policy and Procedure.
View all details of this course on the ACPE website.
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