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Career of Tomorrow: Sport and Fitness Careers – on demand. (Stage 5, Stage 6)

On Demand

This on demand session is open to students in Years 9-12, their parents and their teachers, who would like to learn more about the Sport and Fitness Industry.

Hosted by David Gower, former NRL Parramatta Eels player, in this session we hear from Paralympic Gold Medal Winner Scott Reardon, AFL player Zac Williams and fitness professionals including a physiotherapist, swimming instructor and personal trainer. Our panel share their journeys into their professional careers and provide information on their pathways, professions and opportunities within the sport and fitness sector for our young people going forward.

This is an on demand event – register below and a link with the recording will be sent to you.


BROUGHT TO YOU BY: RIEP, NSW Department of Education

Event Details

Event Type

On Demand (available until: 01-Feb-2023 11:00AM)

Delivery Platform

Youtube Recording


55 Minutes

Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand

PDHPE » Self Management Skills

Other KLAs

PDHPE » Movement Skills

Science and Tech » Biology

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