Te Hāpaitanga-HPSNZ’s Women in High Performance Sport Coaching Initiative

Applications are open for High Performance Sport NZ’s  Te Hāpaitanga initiative, to support the development of emerging and high potential female coaches.
Te Hāpaitanga is a holistic coach development initiative designed to provide a range of opportunities for future or emerging female high performance coaches to test and develop their coaching capability, and to develop new skills to navigate a complex and challenging career in high performance sport.
The 18-month initiative provides coaches with: access to a $15,000 Te Hāpaitanga coach scholarship; one-on-one mentor support from an experienced high performance coach; attendance at a series of immersive residential workshops; and the opportunity to network and develop within a community of coaches.

Applications are open to women coaching in both paid (full-time, part-time or contract) or unpaid coaching positions.

Te Hāpaitanga is targeted at women who:

  • are currently coaching athletes on the performance or high performance pathway; or
  • have been identified as a potential high performance coach but are not currently coaching regularly (for example a retiring or retired elite athlete or a woman who has temporarily left coaching but is interested in returning).

Applications close Monday 4 October.

Find further details and application information  here: https://careers.hpsnz.org.nz/jobdetails?ajid=sp2i7…

If you have any questions, contact Aaron Osborne, CRNZ Performance Development Manager aaron.osborne@canoeracing.org.nz