The Halberg Disability Sport Foundation provides No Exceptions Training ‘NET’ a nationwide Professional Learning and Development (PLD) course for primary and intermediate schools on adapting sport, physical activity and recreation to ensure they can include physically disabled New Zealanders.
The Halberg NET is based on a model of best practice for providing physical activity in schools. The training enables teachers to deliver physical activity to all students across various physical abilities and skill sets.
The Halberg NET for primary schools is delivered by a local Halberg Disability Sport Adviser and consists of two one hour sessions:
 
At the conclusion of a NET teachers will have the skills, tools and confidence to deliver fully inclusive physical activities to all students to enhance their enjoyment and skill learning in the classroom and play ground.
The cost for a school to complete the NET course is $300 (includes GST) per school, regardless of the number of participants on the course. This covers the preparation, delivery, resources, post evaluation and access to our regional Disability Sport Advisers.
 
Register for a Halberg NET today at http://www.halbergallsports.co.nz/schools/
 
If you have any queries about the Halberg No Exceptions Training course please contact your local Disability Sport Adviser:
 
Dave MacCalman
Disability Sport Adviser (Waikato)
Mobile: 027 457 9980
Email: davem@halberg.co.nz
 
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Halberg No Exceptions Training

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