Date: 
Friday, February 1, 2019

Date And Time

Fri. 1 February 2019

9:00 am – 12:00 pm AEDT

 

Location

50 Lonsdale Street

Melbourne, VIC 3000

 

The first Sport Inclusion Community of Practice (CoP) of 2019 will focus on the role of the sport and recreation sector in education and meaningful employment. This CoP will present a series of short case studies demonstrating meaningful employment in the sport and recreation sector leading towards economic participation in Victoria.

This CoP will allow plenty of time for structured and unstructured networking to start the year off right to increase the connections we have with one another in the sector. Activity based networking will invovled 'reverse interviews' highlighting the diverse skill set of people keen to work in the sector. Students from Victoria University seeking placements in 2019 will have the oppurtunity to present and network with decision makers and influencers in the sector.

Please join us to hear from State Sporting Associations, clubs, employment agencies and people with a diverse range of skills and passions who are now working in an industry they are very passionate about.

The CoP will feature a diverse skillset of people with a diverse range of interests and passions that benefit the sport and recreation sector. More details will be added as each person is confirmed.

Janelle Williams Hurley, Manager Foundation Pathways, Victoria University.

Ben Carbonaro, AFL Umpires Department, I CAN Network and Three Feet Radio.

Harry Metzger, Triathalon Victoria, Victoria University Alumni, IST athlete.

Stephen Odgers, AFL Victoria.

Jason White, Specialisterne

Emelia Stewart, Rise at DHHS program

 

Register: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/sport-inclusion-cop-education-employment-for-people-of-all-abilities-tickets-53577783593

 

Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash

Location: 
DHHS Room 1.10
50 Lonsdale Street
3000 Melbourne , VIC
Australia
Victoria AU