Halberg No Exceptions Training (NET)
The Halberg Disability Sport Foundation offers No Exceptions Training (NET) - a nationwide package of workshops for teachers, teacher aides, coaches, tertiary students and activity providers on adapting sport, physical activity and recreation to ensure they can include physically disabled New Zealanders.
The course is delivered by Halberg Disability Sport Advisers (DSA’s) around the country. The training takes place on-site and consists of two, one-hour workshops, incorporating practical and theory elements, teaching the core fundamentals of how to adapt and modify practical activities.
NET for Schools
The Halberg NET is included as a professional learning and development (PLD) course for all primary and intermediate school teachers.
The cost for a primary or intermediate school to complete NET is $300 (GST included) with a maximum number of 40 participants. It is possible to do a NET with a cluster of other schools and this would be charged as one NET. If you are considering this please register or contact your local Disability Sport Adviser.
The course cost covers:
- Two one hour on-site practical and theory sessions
- Preparation time and travel to and from the training
- Physical resources for participants and school/organisation
- Access to online resources including video tutorials and practical session guides
- Further assistance from our highly-skilled group of dedicated field staff (Disability Sport Advisers – DSAs).
The Halberg Foundation is developing specific NET courses for secondary schools and other sectors of the industry, such as National Sport Organisations and Clubs, once these are available they will also be charged at $300 (includes GST). If you have any queries about the costs please don’t hesitate to contact your local Disability Sport Adviser.