Do you have a passion for a career in golf?
THIS month, the PGA of Australia is running a series of Careers Information Nights for anyone interested in applying for one of the PGA’s training and education programs. These nights will include guidance and information on entry criteria for each program, program cost, completion requirements and expected outcomes.
“For individuals seeking a career as a PGA Professional working as a Club Professional, Director of Golf or Golf Coach, the information night will outline the entry and completion requirements of the PGA’s Trainee Program,” says PGA National Training and Education Manager, Geoff Stewart
“In addition, the evening will outline the benefits of PGA Membership and the accreditations, qualifications and opportunities available to Trainee Program graduates.
“For those interested in a career in the business of golf as a golf operations or golf club manager, the information presented will also encapsulate the courses offered by the PGA IGI, including the Diploma of Golf Management and the Advanced Diploma of Management.
“Also included in the night will be the PGA Performance Program – a 1-year game improvement program offered by the PGA Centre for learning and Performance. The Performance Program also incorporates nationally accredited training via the completion of a Diploma of Sport Development.”
The evenings will also include information on how to gain a Tour Card on the PGA Tour of Australasia or articulate into higher education studies from the PGA programs on offer. Dates: VIC: 16th June, Sandhurst Golf Club, 6pm-8pm. NSW: 18th June, Avondale Golf Club, 6:30pm-8:30pm. QLD: 25th June, Sanctuary Cove Golf and Country Club, 6pm-8pm. WA: 24th June, Wembley Golf Course Complex, 6pm-8pm. * check club websites as dress code policies may exist. More: www.pga.org.au •