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NZSCTA Annual Conference - Auckland, 2018

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Grand Millennium Auckland

71 Mayoral Drive

Auckland, Auckland 1010

New Zealand

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$15

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The Sky Bus leaves from outside the Domestic and InternationalTerminal's at Auckland Airport. It is only a 4 minute walk to the venue.

Online fares - $17 one way or $30 return.


Map from Grand Millennium Auckland, 71 Mayoral Dr, Auckland, 1010 to 396 Queen St, Auckland, 1010
4 min (300.0 m) via Mayoral Dr
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Our Excting Range of Speakers include:

  • Mark Saunders

  • Janine Ramsey BSc, Dip Couns

    With a background in competitive swimming and synchronised swimming, Janine’s teaching career started, as it did for so many of us, while she was a student.After graduating with a degree in statistics, Janine owned and operated a boutique swim school for over 20 years in New Zealand before moving into the area of staff training, consulting and counselling.Janine is currently the Client Education Consultant for the Canadian-based Smart Moves Swim Organisation. In this role she works with swim schools to assist them in improving their staff training and teaching standards through the Smart Moves Swim online platform.Janine is an active member of ASSA’s Pedagogy Committee and the Trauma Free Task Force, and volunteers on the suicide prevention hotline at Lifeline.She is passionately committed to helping ensure infants and young children are not harmed as a result of experiencing excessive stress and trauma in the process of gaining aquatic skills.

Janine's topics will be;

    1. Force or Freedom? - What do forceful practices look like in swim lessons and why do they have to stop. (Defining force, toxic stress, child abuse and neglect, trauma, betrayal bonds, traumatic versus adaptive dissociation; impact on brain development, capacity to trust, attachment, other developmental factors; examples of force in swim and self rescue lessons)
    2. Are You Listening? - How to read and respond ethically to infants and young children in distress.
    3. "Quick Save the Dinosaurs!” A case study - working with a fearful 4 year old who has experienced a water trauma as a result of forceful practice in swim lessons at age 2.
    • Graham Laing

    • Todd Mason

    - Recipient of the 2017 Teaching Scholarship

    • Dean Kent

    • Anne McLeod

    • Cameron Stanley

      Cameron began coaching in 2008 at the North Shore Swimming Club as a junior coach and over seven years worked with every level in the club. During that time, he was fortunate enough to work with and learn from many highly renowned coaches that have helped to shape the way he coaches today.Cameron holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Statistics, a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Politics, and a Graduate Diploma in Transportation Engineering. He worked full time as an Engineer for three years in Hamilton, while continuing to coach part time at St Peters Swimming Club in Cambridge. In July 2017 he moved back to Auckland to study a Graduate Diploma in Computer Science which he will finish in June this year. He is currently also the Head Coach of Pukekohe Swimming Club.Cameron believes in a holistic approach to coaching but also to learning and developing as a coach himself. He is currently working on an app for swimming coaching that includes training and racing tools as well as a section that athletes complete daily to help the coach track their response to training.

      Haley Cornwall

    - Recipient of the 2017 Teacher of the Year

    • Ben Close

      - Recipient of the 2017 Rookie Coach who is thrilled to present at the conference in 2018!He has plenty of notes from Australian Age Groups experience that would be keen to present to the coaches.
      Bio:Swimming has always been a passion, and when presented the opportunity to transition from swimmer to coach it offered the chance to develop swimmers and build a culture of successful swimmers and young adults in my own way. Starting as a Junior Coach with the QEII club in 2013, and moving to Selwyn to establish the club in 2014 as the Assistant Coach led to a very quick start into the Head Coach role in 2016. Since then, we have enjoyed success with both able-bodied and para swimmers and look to continue to grow and develop the club through ongoing reflection and learning in every aspect of our programme.
    • Mark Hollands

      Mark has 24 years’ experience in Leadership, management and the provision of High Performance, Health and Wellbeing services. Mark has worked internationally in both the public and private sectors, and as a member of both amateur and professional elite sporting organisations. He has led key business partnerships and stakeholder relationships across local government, regional sports bodies and teams, professional service providers, and corporate health customers.Mark’s experiences and qualifications include: Company Director, Active Health.
      High Performance Impact Manager, Cycling New Zealand - leader, manager and provider in New Zealand’s High Performance environments.
      Member of High Performance Sport New Zealand High Performance Leadership Talent Pool Programme 2015-2016 20 years as Performance Impact Member of New Zealand Olympic Teams to the Sydney, Beijing, London and Rio Olympic Games as Physiotherapist to New Zealand Cycling Teams.
      Physiotherapist to New Zealand Cycling Teams at Manchester and Delhi Commonwealth Games and 24 World Championships.
      Strong lecturing background having taught in Anatomy, Biomechanics, Motor Learning and Control and Exercise Physiology Degrees in Science (Physiology), Physical Education (Kinesiology), and Physiotherapy (Credit) Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine, Post Graduate Certificate in Rehabilitation

    Marks topics will be;

    1. Culture and Resilience – The ability to work and stay togetherThe success of any teambe; or organisation is totally dependent of the people within it – their values, the processes they use and the way they interact, in good times and bad.
      This topic will analyse some core principles that I believe are critical to build and work together as a team.
      I want to ensure listeners can reflect on their present situation and identify with the principles raised. This in turn needs to be used as an action learning project in their own environment.

    2. Being The Best That You Can Be
      To be on top of your game at all times, especially when it really matters takes a lot of dedication and reflection This topic will work through the key features that I believe are essential for individuals to live and work at their optimal potential Listeners need to reflect on their own situations and identify with key concepts We will then create individual Performance plans for all participants.


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    Grand Millennium Auckland

    71 Mayoral Drive

    Auckland, Auckland 1010

    New Zealand

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