As part of their of term two workshops, Collingwood Magpies Sport and Business Program students had the opportunity to hear from former Magpie premiership captain Nick Maxwell with a Leadership workshop.

The workshop is linked to students’ ‘MyPlan’ and continual professional development sessions over the year.

“The inclusion of workshops and student experiences such as this allows for a well-rounded educational experience,” program facilitator Jessie Hayes said

“Students feel Collingwood, and all of its community, is invested in their personal development as individuals and future leading industry professionals.”

Nick Maxwell speaks to SEDA students

“Having the students engage in workshops such as that run by Nick Maxwell provides such great insight into the club and provides hands on experience to learn from industry leading professionals,” Collingwood Community Manager Liz Dunne said.

“This insight and experience equips each student with the tools to ensure they are able to put their best foot forward into the sport and business industry after graduating from the program.

“As a club, we are excited to announce that applications for our 2022 Magpies Sport and Business Program – Powered by SEDA are now open and look forward to meeting the new prospective cohort of students at the upcoming Information Sessions in June and August.”

Click here to find out more about the program or register for the upcoming Information Session being held at Holden Centre, Monday 12 June, 7pm.

Places are limited. 2021 classes filled fast so get in quick if you are interested.

 

Collingwood Football Club provides marketing and promotional services on behalf of SEDA Group RTO Provider Number: 22503 relating to the recruitment of prospective students for this program

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