Sport, Exercise and Massage

Prepare for a career in the recreation, sport or fitness industries with study at EIT. EIT’s Recreation & Sport programmes are designed for people aiming to become highly qualified professionals in recreation, sport & exercise science, sport coaching, sport/leisure management & leaders in the health and fitness industry.

The Capstone to the Bachelor of Sport & Exercise Science

Whakawatea, which may refer to the closing song, is an apt title for the Industry Cooperative course in the Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science programme. Completed by all students in the final year of the degree, this course gives students an opportunity to negotiate a 150-hour practicum experience aligned with the student’s academic and professional interests within the sport, recreation and health industry. Each student initiates, negotiates, develops, refines, implements, and ultimately reports upon a comprehensive project of benefit to their host organisation. Therefore the ‘co-op’ becomes a three-way venture between the student, a sport, recreation or health organisation and an academic supervisor.

Each year the students become involved with numerous organisations, and the contribution to the community is a credit to the students, the hosting organisations and EIT.

Services to the Public

The Massage Therapy Clinic is open Wednesdays throughout the academic year. For bookings call Linda 06 8301489 or Di 06 8301536, or email Di or Linda.

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EIT Sport Science Services at Pettigrew Green Arena offers a range of testing and training services for all athletes to enhance their training and performance.

All Staff are highly qualified & experienced in their field of interest. They are closely linked with New Zealand Academy of Sport and work with athletes from novice to elite.

For bookings call Linda 06 8301489 or Di 06 8301536, or email Di or Linda.

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Facilities

Practical studies take place in the new multi-million dollar Pettigrew Green Arena Hawke’s Bay.  These facilities include three squash courts, an exercise science laboratory, an aerobics-fitness room, a theatre for lectures and presentations for up to 80 people, changing rooms, consulting rooms, office and administration area, and a massage room.

Graduate Gets Job at Sport Hawke's Bay


Olivia Mador-Puna attended Sacred Heart College in Napier and received the Year 13 Degree Scholarship at EIT Hawke’s Bay. Olivia studied the Bachelor of Recreation and Sport and her placement helped get her a job at Sport HB.

Partners



U.S. Ambassador Scott Brown visiting EIT

4 days ago

On Friday, the U.S Ambassador to New Zealand, Scott Brown visited EIT’s Pettigrew Green Arena. He and his family are attending Napier’s annual Art Deco Festival and are taking part in the...

EIT accommodates needs of young football ace

February 4, 2019

Zac Madsen will never forget Labour Day 2018. The Hawke’s Bay football ace who plays for Napier City Rovers, was scouted by Waikato University to play at the President’s tournament in...

EIT starting “Kick for the Seagulls programme” at Hawke's Bay Regional prison

January 29, 2019

Practice till the lights turn off.” That’s one of the twelve principles former rugby league coach Graham Lowe created for his educational initiative “Kick for the Seagulls”. EIT is now...

Master of Professional Practice

Te Tohu Paerua mō Te Aka Whakaaroaro Master of Professional Practice

If you work with people and want to enhance and develop your practice, this programme is for you.  This programme will enable you to follow your passions and interests within your own professional context, while focusing on the unique bicultural settings of Aotearoa.

The Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Practice and the Master of Professional Practice allow graduates working in the fields of education, social work, iwi and community development and other related fields to undertake post-graduate learning tailored to individual needs and interests.

Memea he hiahia nōu kia whakawhanakehia ōhou pūkenga mahi, tēnā, whakaarohia tēnei tohu mōhou. Ka taunakihia tēnei hōtaka tō puawaitanga o te tautika i roto i ngā horopaki ahurea rua o Aotearoa nei. E whakamana ana tēnei hōtaka kia whāia ōhou pae tawhiti kia tata, kia whakamau!

Mā ēnei tohu e taea ai e te pia te whai mātauranga paerunga i a ia e mahi ana, e taea ai hoki te waihanga huarahi ako kia tutuki ai ngā wawata me te ako i te wā kotahi.