- Excitement before the event...
- — Jacquie Tran (@jacquietran)Tue, Sep 04 2012 07:15:25
- The evening began with an engaging opening speech from Dr Brad Aisbett (Senior Lecturer, Deakin University), who spoke of one key element of success: showing up.
- After the main meal, Kim Encel (Vice President, DUSSC) chaired the Sports Science Discussion, featuring Mr Michael Crooks (Physical Preparation Coach, Victorian Institute of Sport), Dr Dawson Kidgell (Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Deakin University), Mr Mark Simpson (Senior Exercise Physiologist, Pace Health Management), and Ms Eliza Keaney (Performance Analyst, Tennis Australia).
- — Jacquie Tran (@jacquietran)Tue, Sep 04 2012 10:55:01Dr Dawson Kidgell (DK): Show your face, demonstrate that you know what you can do, be known for what you're good at. #ind2012
- — Jacquie Tran (@jacquietran)Tue, Sep 04 2012 10:58:06Eliza Keaney, Tennis Aust Perf Analyst (EK): Nothing in isolation...work exp + knowledge + practical skills. Multidisciplinary! #ind2012
- Kim asked the panel guests to talk about job and career transitions in exercise and sport science.
- The discussion then centred on what skills set you up to do good work in exercise and sport science.
- — Dane Norton (@DaneNorton9)Tue, Sep 04 2012 10:57:22Q. What jobs should be considered at entry level which give a solid skill base needed in higher level positions of the sports ind.? #IND2012
- — Jacquie Tran (@jacquietran)Tue, Sep 04 2012 11:05:06EK: advice for new grads - Ex & Sp Sci degree, lots of options...find out what you DON'T want to do! Try everything, get involved. #ind2012
DUSSC Industry Networking Dinner 2012
On September 4th, 2012, the Deakin University Sports Studies Club (DUSSC) held its 4th annual banner event, the Industry Networking Dinner. And for the first time, the event was live-tweeted!
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