Ace Golf College

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Ace Golf College

Located on the Gold Coast, AnK Golf Academy is blessed with a perfect climate to teach golf.  We add to this a state-of-the-art facility and world-class golf instructors to provide a superior teaching and learning environment to develop elite-class skills and optimise individual performance. 
The Academy has an Australian Government Approved Golf Training Course Certification that covers strict visa conditions including a three-year student visa to study at Griffith University upon completion of AnK Academy’s courses.  
AnK Academy is one of few institutions that can run Australia Certificate II and Certificate III Sports Career Orientation.  We also offer a Diploma of Sports Development. 

Golf Excellence 

SIS20412 - Certificate II In Sport ​Career Oriented Participation

To undertake a career as a professional athlete, one should hold a scholarship with an Institute of Sport, be a member of a state, territory or national team, Squad or development program, a state, territory or national talent development program or a member of a second tier national competition.
Skills and knowledge to undertake a career as a professional athlete include training for events, assessing Competitors and Conditions at the venues, Consulting with Coaches to determine appropriate strategies, Competing and undertaking promotional duties.

Job Roles: 

  • Emerging Athlete


Recreation officers may:

  • Promote local sporting and recreational events and activities such as community functions, school holiday programs, cultural activities and sporting competitions. 

  • Assist with equipment purchasing and maintenance work

  • Assist clients in identifying their recreational needs and encourage and support them to participate in activities suited to their needs and interests. 

  • Provide information on available resources within the local community 

  • Support strategies to encourage community participation in activities

  • Liaise with various members of the community 

  • Provide information on available resources within the local community and from associated agencies 

  • Encourage community participation in recreational activities

High Performance Golf

SIS30613 - Certificate III In Sport Career Oriented Participation

To undertake a career as a professional athlete, one should hold a scholarship with an Institute of Sport, be a member of a state, territory or national team, Squad or development program, a state, territory or national talent development program or a member of a second tier national competition.
Skills and knowledge to undertake a career as a professional athlete include training for events, assessing Competitors and Conditions at the venues, Consulting with Coaches to determine appropriate strategies, Competing and undertaking promotional duties.

Job Roles: 

  • Emerging Athlete


Recreation officers may:

  • Promote local sporting and recreational events and activities such as community functions, school holiday programs, cultural activities and sporting competitions. 

  • Assist with equipment purchasing and maintenance work

  • Assist clients in identifying their recreational needs and encourage and support them to participate in activities suited to their needs and interests. 

  • Provide information on available resources within the local community 

  • Support strategies to encourage community participation in activities

  • Liaise with various members of the community 

  • Provide information on available resources within the local community and from associated agencies 

  • Encourage community participation in recreational activities

Golf Development Manager

​SIS50612 - Diploma Of Sport Development

Sport development managers are required to liaise with a number of stakeholder groups to increase the profile of sport, implement and administer junior sports programs or clinics within clubs and schools in specific sports, train coaches and teachers, recruit young people, parents and volunteers to the sport, and fixture and schedule competitions.

 

Facility or complex managers
Facility managers plan, promote and manage the effective provision of services and programs in locations such as fitness centres, outdoor sporting grounds or complexes or aquatic Centres or Community recreation Centres. They are also responsible for the day to day business of running the Centre including staff and budget management.

 

Facility managers may perform the following tasks: 

  • Develop programs and services that meet the Community and clients' needs

  • Consult widely to develop and manage short and long term business plans for the centre

  • Supervise the design, planning and maintenance of sport and recreation facilities

  • Ensure facilities conform to fire and other safety standards

  • Plan, organise and manage sport and recreation events

  • Develop and implement publicity campaigns for the Centre and its programs 

  • Select and training staff and identify staff training needs

  • Manage the office, facilities and/or program staff

  • Coordinate the business activities of the Centre

  • Report to stakeholders including government agencies

  • Manage finances and organisational risks

To find out more

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