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The 2021 Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand (SESNZ) conference has been deferred to 2022 but will still be hosted in partnership with the AUT Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand (SPRINZ) and School of Sport and Recreation at Auckland University of Technology (AUT).

Registrations are open. Click here for more information.

 

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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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Exciting academic opportunity

The School of Sport, Exercise and Nutrition, Massey University, have a vacancy for a lecturer (PE/Pedagogy/Motor Control). Read all the details here

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The SESNZ Performance and Health Webinar starts at 10am NZDT tomorrow!

4 great talks and up to 4 CPD points available

https://t.co/QHV7QDf2k3 https://t.co/UMIXkoMD8L

SESNZ Performance and Health Webinar
Part 2: Clinical/Applied Exercise Physiology - Second Speaker

Jason Pilgrim, Global Kaizen Group

Allied Health Business Development

More information and to register:
https://t.co/QHV7QDwDID https://t.co/8mhOWVy4Sk

SESNZ Performance and Health Webinar
Part 2: Clinical/Applied Exercise Physiology - First Speaker

Dr Nicolas Hart, Flinders University, Australia

International consensus recommendations for bone metastases and exercise

https://t.co/QHV7QDwDID https://t.co/aHt7DeULSP

SESNZ Performance and Health Webinar
Part 1: Performance - Second Speakers

Dr Adam Storey & Dr Daniel Plews, AUT University and Team Emirates NZ

Strength and conditioning and performance science approaches for Americas Cup sailing
https://t.co/QHV7QDf2k3 https://t.co/MldFwNMB6t

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