TalentEd Program

TalentEd

TalentEd is a first class talent education program for young people aspiring to have a career in the sports industry.

Founded as our first community initiative in 2011, it is based on the belief that every individual has the strength, passion and talent to  reach for the stars and make their mark on the Territory.  Following three TalentEd camp programs, it is now one of the Territory’s successful models for creating career pathways for local rising stars.

Click here to see the full list of program participants.

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Want a TalentEd program for your group of rising stars? Starwin is available to provide tailored TalentEd programs for individuals (mentoring), teams, clubs, school groups and academies.

 

The TalentEd curriculum is based on our core themes of ‘Champions. Change. Community.’ We have a team of local champions who can lead sessions on:

  • Athlete management
  • Goal setting
  • Time management
  • Financial literacy
  • Media skills
  • Leadership
  • Event coordination
  • Developing a winning attitude (on and off the field)
  • Fitness and nutrition
  • Profile development
  • Attracting sponsorship
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William Rioli Jnr – 2011 participant

How it all began

In 2011, Starwin Management (Karina Gray) in partnership with Intensity Sports Magazine (Jarred Ilett) and Hoops 4 Health (Timmy Duggan) hosted a 3 day induction camp (19-21 January) at Lake Bennett for the inaugural 2011 TalentEd program, providing an opportunity of a lifetime, for 16 young Territorians (from across the top end).

The unique and challenging program was developed with the belief that every individual has the strength, passion and talent to reach for the stars and make their mark on the Territory! Supported by the NT Government, Department of Sport and Recreation, the program covered topics including: media presentation; goal setting; nutrition; coaching; leadership and more.

Keynote speakers included 2010 ABC Sports Broadcaster of the Year- Roanna Edwards; NTIS AFL Head Coach – Brenton Toy; B2M Band Member – Thomas Simon; YouthWorx Programme Coordinator – Carina Frew; and Synastrys Projects / NT Adventure Racing’s – Jack Pennington.

“Starwin, thank you for your support in running the TalentEd program. You would be happy to know, I am now starting my senior football career playing for Ainslie in the NEAFL”.

From Stuart Reed, Inaugural participant.

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MEDIA RELEASE 15 June 2012:

 “From road racing to slam dunks to six-pointers, this year’s TalentEd program is full of young Territorian’s who shine! Sixteen young people from across the Top End have the opportunity of a lifetime this week, after being selected to participate in Starwin Managements’ TalentEd program.

Three days (18-20 June) will be spent at Lake Bennett Resort mixing it with the likes of former Olympian Basketballer – Brett Wheeler, AFL champion – Dean Rioli and NBL star – Timmy Duggan and many more Territory champions!

With its commitment to developing champions in sport, life and community, Starwin Management (a Territory Proud social enterprise) founded the TalentEd program in 2011 to build confidence and skills for young Territorians who are aspiring to a career in sport. On the back of the success of last year’s program, our 2012 program is booming!

This year, Starwin Management in partnership with Red Dust Role Models and Hoops 4 Health have developed a first class program with the belief that every individual has the strength, passion and talent to reach for the stars!

The program has expanded to include an Australian Sports Commissions’ Sports Mentoring qualification and the opportunity to complete The Duke of Edinburgh’s award, placing the NT’s best young talent well on their pathway to winning in their respective sporting careers, as players, administrators and/or officials. TalentEd sessions also include; media skills, goal setting, healthy living, leadership, fitness and more, with a special segment by Muso Magic workshop to create a camp song and DVD!

Starwin Management looks forward to an eventful three days and congratulates the participants on their selection.

 

RELEASE 16 May 2012: 

The TalentEd 2012 program will be held 18 – 20 June 2012, for young Territorians aged 15-18 years (as at December 2011). 16 places (male and female) are available.

Be part of TalentEd 2012 to learn new skills and grow your confidence – so you can achieve your dreams and be a role model. Our team of champions will help you discover; Media Skills, Fitness, Goal Setting, Time Management, Healthy Eating, Music & more!

A fee of $150 will be charged upon registration if you’re selected.

You will be required to commit to attending the induction camp at Lake Bennett Resort on 18 – 20 June 2012. You will also be invited to participate at future events like the Hoops 4 Health Basketball Tournament 13 – 15 July.

The program is presented by Starwin Management in partnership with Hoops 4 Health andRed Dust. If you would like to register your interest, email: karina@starwin.com.au or call: 0402303867.

In 2011, Starwin Management (Karina Gray) in partnership with Intensity Sports Magazine (Jarred Ilett)and Hoops 4 Health (Timmy Duggan) hosted a 3 day induction camp (19-21 January) at Lake Bennett for the inaugural 2011 TalentEd program, providing an opportunity of a lifetime, for 16 young Territorians (from across the top end).
The unique and challenging program was developed with the belief that every individual has the strength, passion and talent to reach for the stars and make their mark on the Territory! Supported by the NT Government,  Department of Sport and Recreation, the program covered topics including: media presentation; goal setting; nutrition; coaching; leadership and more.
Keynote speakers included 2010 ABC Sports Broadcaster of the Year- Roanna Edwards; NTIS AFL Head Coach – Brenton Toy; B2M Band Member – Thomas Simon; YouthWorx Programme Coordinator – Carina Frew; and Synastrys Projects / NT Adventure Racing’s – Jack Pennington.