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Edgar Centre holiday hours

13th December 2018

Edgar Centre holiday hours Reduced hours over Christmas

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Hungerball - Local operator

13th November 2018

Hungerball - Local operator We have an exciting opportunity to organise and run Hungerball in the Dunedin area.

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Police Fitness Testing

18th July 2018

Police Fitness Testing Police Fitness Testing 
The New Zealand Police have been using the Edgar Centre for years to do their Physical Competency Test (PCT). It is a 400m obstacle course including a balance beam, 6ft wall climb, window climb and 74kg dummy drag amongst other obstacles. The test is performed by Police Officers every two years and is also a requirement for recruits looking to join the Police.
The Edgar Centre is the perfect facility for the PCT as it is an all-weather venue, allowing us to continue testing all year round.
A few Police Officers travel from some distance away preferring to do their tests at the Edgar Centre.
If you would like to see a video of the test  check out www.newcops.co.nz/recruitment-process/health-fitness 

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Important Notice- Edgar Centre Seismic Strengthening

21st June 2018

Important Notice- Edgar Centre Seismic Strengthening You may have seen media coverage recently about the Edgar Centre being an “earthquake prone” building.



This description has understandably caused some public concern about the Centre and whether it is safe to use in its current state. In short, yes it is safe. Under normal, day to day conditions the Edgar Centre is as safe now as it has always been.

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Otago Institute of Sport and Adventure

15th June 2018

Otago Institute of Sport and Adventure Skills and Drills are a great opportunity for our students to apply some practical coaching knowledge.
There are approx. 300 children (athletes) from a variety of primary schools who each engage with five different fundamental sports.
We utilise ten courts and the indoor venue guarantees we can run these sessions. It is fantastic for our students and the primary schools and it is one of the ways in which Otago Polytechnic students engage with the community.
We believe this has a real benefit to our students, as well as the primary school pupils. They plan, deliver, evaluate each day and refine their coaching over a number of days.

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