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Registered Exercise Sports Scientist

As a recent graduate, you can begin your pathway to accreditation by becoming a Registered Exercise Sports Scientist (RESS) level 1.

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Accredited exercise physiologists (AEP)  specialise in clinical exercise interventions for a broad range of people at risk of developing, or have existing, medical conditions and injuries.

Accredited Exercise and Sport Science Practitioner

Accredited Exercise and Sport Science practitioners (AESSP) are highly experienced practitioners with advanced knowledge, skills and expertise in exercise and sports science. 

Strength and conditioning accreditation

The New Zealand Strength and Conditioning Accreditation (NZSCA) has been set up under the umbrella of SESNZ, to support New Zealand’s growing strength and conditioning community.

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Or last keynote speaker for introduction is AUT Adjunct Professor David Howman. With 13 years experience as the Director General of the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA), among chairing other integrity and ethics… https://t.co/DWJftmSbnM

Dr Andy Cooke, a member of the Institute for the Psychology of Elite Performance at Bangor University, is another keynote speaker for the #sesnz 2019 conference.
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The call for abstracts for #SESNZ2019 is still open! Join us at the end of November for a great conference in Palmerston North with some excellent keynote speakers lined up! For more info, see our new website: https://t.co/tccihg9San

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