of Understanding (MOU) outlines the defined agreed collaborative relationship
between the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES) and
Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand (SESNZ) for purposes that enhance the
activities of each organisation and foster co-operation in an international
context for the benefit of all professions and professionals involved within
the respective organisations.
Sport and Exercise Science New Zealand (SESNZ) is the key professional body for the sport and exercise sciences in New Zealand. SESNZís mission is to support and promote the continued development of sport and exercise science within New Zealand through evidence-based practice. SESNZ is the lead organisation, within New Zealand, for accreditation of higher education sport and exercise science graduates.
The MoU was signed by Dr Keith Tolfrey FBASES and Prof Nick Draper (SESNZ).
Dr Tolfrey says "itís an exciting venture to forge a relationship with a long-established, yet continuously evolving sport and exercise science learned body that will provide members from both groups with further benefits and opportunities. The long-term plan is to map accreditation and certification from BASES and SESNZ to improve transfer of key skills, knowledge and experience for professional members wanting to work in either location."
Click here to view the BASES Memorandum of Collaboration.