PCYC Institute is the registered training organisation (RTO) of the Police Citizens Youth Clubs NSW (PCYC).
The PCYC Institute is an important component of PCYC, providing training to its members – both students and staff. It is registered by Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) under the Australian quality training framework. This means that participants, should they choose, may undertake accredited training and obtain a nationally recognised qualification following successful completion.
PCYC Institute is an enthusiastic supporter of the mission of PCYC NSW:
- We get young people active in life
- We develop their skills, character and leadership
- We reduce and prevent crime by and against young people!
Current Scope 2016:
Certificate I in active volunteering
The certificate I in volunteering allows PCYC to recognise the work of volunteers by giving them the chance to obtain a formal certificate recognising their valuable contribution to PCYC.Feb.2016
Certificate II in community activities
Certificate II in community activities serves two purposes within PCYC’s mission: it allows PCYC to give formal recognition for the achievements and learning of participants in our Blue Star leadership program, and it allows us to provide Police Officers with non-formal, club-based and vocationally oriented training for young offenders who may face barriers to future social integration because of a lack of work preparation.Feb.2016
Senior first aid
Your statement of attainment will certify that you have been trained in HLTAID003 provide first aid, which encompasses the contents of HLTAID001 provide CPR and HLTAID002 provide basic emergency life support.
Your provide first aid certificate is valid for three years. The CPR component of the course is valid for 12 months and will need to be updated annually for you to keep your certification current.
Certificate IV in youth work
Diploma of leadership and management is linked to staff development needs and provides professional development for Police Officers working in clubs and, at the same time, the chance to obtain nationally recognised qualifications.2016
Certificate IV training and assessment (TAE)
This course develops the necessary skills to work as a professional trainer or assessor in a workplace or in the education and training sector.
You will develop the skills necessary to create a meaningful learning environment, design learning processes and products, manage the learning process and develop skills in assessing other people’s progress through a course. You will be able to deliver training in a specific area of subject matter expertise.
Children at risk and harm (statement of attainment)
Children at risk and harm is linked to our KidzCare program and will give all staff accredited and up-to-date education as needed by the NSW government.
Blue Star programme
As a recognised leadership program within PCYC, this course is only open to the Blue Star recipients. These recipients are selected by the clubs for their contribution to PCYC, and have shown leadership qualities above and beyond their normal activity or employment scope.Only open to Blue Star recipients
If you require any further information, please email RTO@pcycnsw.org.au OR phone 02 8805 4752
RTO No: 91340