Study Health and Physical Education (HPE) at one of Australia’s Leading Higher Education Providers
Christian Heritage College, Brisbane (CHC) now oﬀers Health and Physical Education units within the School of Education, Humanities and Business.
Students can chose to include HPE units as part of their major or minor area of specialisation in Education, or as elective units within any CHC course(subject to course requirements).
Include HPE in your degree at CHC through the following options:
- As a MAJOR in the Bachelor of Education (Secondary) – include HPE as one of your two teaching areas (six units required)
- As a MINOR in the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) – include HPE as your minor teaching area (four units required)
- As ELECTIVE units within the Bachelor of Education (Primary) or any other Bachelor degree program (including Business, Liberal Arts and Social Sciences)
Students from other universities and higher education providers are also welcome to undertake CHC’s HPE units through cross-institutional enrolment.
Health and Physical Education Units
Debra Ayling has over 30 years’ experience in Health and Physical Education in primary, secondary and tertiary contexts. She is passionate about the HPE curriculum and in particular exploring the ‘Health’ context with students to appreciate the positive impact of educating the whole child for quality lifestyle choices.
James Colefax has experience in designing learning opportunities for Health and Physical Education in Middle, Senior Years and Tertiary level. A Queensland School Sport Regional Service Award recipient and Life Member of South Coast School Sport. James is also a member of the Brisbane South Senior Physical Education Panel and current director of the Christian School Sport Association – Queensland.
Daniel Wolfik has 20 years’ experience in Health and Physical Education in Independent and State secondary schools in Australia and the UK. Daniel brings his practical experience as an educator and dedicated expertise as a Panellist and more recently a District Review Panel Chair for Senior Physical Education in Queensland to provide quality, authentic and dynamic engagement with the courses.
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The closing date for applications to graduate in the CHC 2017 mid-year conferral period close on 1 May 2017. The form will be available on the CHC website until that date.
Students who receive their awards in the mid-year conferral period will receive their graduation documents by registered post in July/August and will be invited to participate in the annual Graduation Ceremony (December 2017 for Business, Millis Institute, Education and Social Sciences students, and March/April 2018 for Ministries students).
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