ACHPER NSW presenters and writers
Share your experience and ideas with the health and PE community.

ACHPER NSW is always keen to hear from motivated and energetic PDHPE teachers keen to work for us.  

Become an ACHPER NSW presenter

ACHPER NSW runs a wide range of professional learning events for the health and physical education community. 

We are currently looking for workshop presenters across a range of topic areas for 7-10 PDHPE, Stage 6 HMS and CAFS.    You’ll need to be:

  • An experienced PDHPE teachers ( 4 years + teaching experience)
  • Passionate about professional learning and motivated to share your experiences and knowledge
  • Dynamic, confident presenter – with previous presentation experience at conferences, school staff meetings or development days
  • Available to deliver full-day workshops, or after-school webinars or record on-demand sessions.

Presenters are needed for topic areas including Stage 6 programming, assessment and content familiarisation, Reimagining PE in years 7-10 and CAFS sessions such as assessment, Improving Stage 6 Student Performance and the Independent Research Project.

Our presenters receive:

  • Full training and presenting materials
  • Relief time (or payment) to prepare and deliver workshops.

Interested? Please fill out an EOI
Questions? If you would like to chat about opportunities, please contact Tracy Puckeridge
We’d love to hear from you.

Write for ACHPER NSW

Teachers, do you have ideas, advice, inspiration or stories to share? We’d love to hear from you and welcome guest writers for our blog and newsletters.

Share your ideas with the teaching community. Articles cover any topics relevant to teaching health and physical education.  They can be based on new ideas or innovation, day-to-day practice, research or personal stories/experiences. Check out our blog.

Articles need to be:

  • around 500-700 words
  • original and preferably unpublished
  • backed by evidence (where applicable)
  • well-written – we can assist with editing.

If you’re interested in writing for us, please get in touch with your article idea or full article. Email Janice Atkin, ACHPER NSW Professional Learning Officer

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