Prof Hans de RidderDirector: School for Human Movement Sciences BA; BA Hons; MA; PhD +27 18 299 1800 firstname.lastname@example.org Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K3 Office Number G06 • Kinanthropometry • Anthropometry • Physical Education
Mrs Elennor De WeeAdminstrative Assistant to Director +27 18 299 1800 email@example.com Fanie d Toit Sports grounds, K3 G05
Dr Elriena EksteenAcademic Manager PhD, MBA, Honours in Sport Science Honours in Recreation Science, B.Comm Sport Management degree +27 18 299 2023 Elriena.firstname.lastname@example.org Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K21 Sport management
In 1993 I enrolled as a first year B.Comm Sport Management student at the Potchefroom University for CHE, which I completed in 1995. In 1996 I did an Honours degree in Recreation followed by an Honours degree (1997) in Sport Science. In 1998 I’ve been appointed as assistant manager at the Potchefstroom University Hockey Academy where I managed the academy till 2007. In 2008 I’ve been appointed as junior lector in the School for Biokinetics, Recreation and Sport Science. After I’ve completed my MBA in 2011 I’ve been promoted to lector in the School. In 2016 I completed my PhD in Human Movement Science (Sport Management) and has been promoted to senior lecturer in 2017.
In January 2018, I’ve been newly appointed as Academic Manager in the School of Human Movement Sciences.
Mrs Louwna KotzéAdministratvie Officer to Academic Manager +27 18 299 1078 email@example.com Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, HPI, K21, 204
Prof Anita PienaarProfessor BA; HED; BA Hons; MA; PhD +27 18 299 1796 firstname.lastname@example.org Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K3 • Longitudinal analysis of Health, growth, physical activity and fitness in children • Affordances of Motor development and motor proficiency in children • Improvement of motor problems in children with differing special needs, aged 0-13 years
Dr Cornelia SchreckSenior Lecturer PhD in recreation science +27 18 299 1896 email@example.com Building K4, Room G11 Recreation education in higher education, recreation, leisure
Lecturer in the School of Human Movement Sciences at the North-West University (NWU). She lectures undergraduate courses in the BCOM and BHSC recreation degrees. Her research focus is on higher education within recreation degrees. She is particularly interested in graduate attributes and experiential learning as teaching methodology. She obtained her PhD in SoTL at the NWU on the topic of “An experiential learning-teaching model for recreation modules in higher education”.
Dr Mariëtte SwanepoelSenior Lecturer BA; BA Hons; MA; PhD (biokinetics) +27 18 285 2282 firstname.lastname@example.org Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K21 • Biokinetics • Clinical physiology • Bio-psycho-physiology
Dr Adele BroodrykSenior lecturer +27 18 299 1804 email@example.com Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K21 • Sport Science • Coaching sciences in Athletics
Prof Andries MonyekiProgramme Leader: Human Movement Sciences BA; HED; BA Hons; MA; PhD +27 18 299 1790 firstname.lastname@example.org Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K4 • Human Movements Sciences • Health-related fitness, and physical activity epidemiology and growth and motor development; • Body composition (underweight and overweight)
Associate Professor Ankebé KrugerSenior Lecturer BComm; BA Hons; MSc; PhD +27 18 299 1793 email@example.com Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K21 • Neuropsychological profiling / Sport psychological profiling • Clinical sport psychology • Cognitive behavioral therapy
Associate Professor Ben CoetzeeAssociate Professor BSc; BSc Hons; MSc; PhD +27 18 299 1803 firstname.lastname@example.org Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K21 • Sport science testing • Strength and conditioning • Autonomic nervous system monitoring and evaluation • Recovery and recovery indicators • Sport performance determinants
Dr Barry GerberJunior Lecturer & Manager: Clinic for Kinderkinetics BA (human movement science); BA Hons (kinderkinetics); MA (kinderkinetics) +27 18 299 1773 Pretland@nwu.ac.za Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K3 • Motor development in children • Growth and sport skill development of adolescents
Dr Cindy KrielLecturer BA; BA Hons; MA (recreation) +27 18 299 4206 email@example.com Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K4 • Recreation therapy / Therapeutic recreation • Recreation science
Professor Dané CoetzeeAssociate Professor PhD. Human Movement Sciences +27 18 299 1792 018 299 1825 firstname.lastname@example.org Building K3, Room G10 Kinderkinetics Research interests: Early childhood and motor development, visual stimulation, ADHD, Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), learning related problems, sportsvision, early intervention for children, physical activity and physical fitnes
Prof. Dané Coetzee is currently an associate professor in the School for Human Movement Sciences at the North-West University, Potchefstroom (South Africa). Her teaching responsibilities include modules on undergraduate and post graduate levels as well as guidance to several masters and doctoral students. Since 2016 she is a member of the FLV program and participated in various conferences. In 2019 she was appointed as the program leader for the Kinderkinetics program. As part of the Kinderkinetics team she focuses on improving and promoting the importance of early childhood development. Several national and international publications have been published from her pen and she currently serves as reference for a national and international journal respectively. In 2017 Prof Coetzee received Y-rating from the National Research Foundation Researcher (NRF).
Mrs Alretha du PlessisLecuterer BA (Human movement science) & Psych; BA Hons (Kinderkinetics); MA (Kinderkinetics) +27 18 299 1799 +27 18 299 1825 email@example.com Building K3, Office G11 Motor development and intervention programmes; Practice management; Case study solutions within a practice environment; multidisciplinary team engagement.
I completed my Honnours degree in Human Movement Sciences (Kinderkinetics) in 2010. I started to work in a tertiary institute as ‘n part-time lecturer and later a full-time lecturer between 2011 and 2013 while I was busy completing my Master’s degree. I have worked in an environment where the main focus was Kinderkinetics from 2014 to 2018. My background has equipped me with knowledge in teaching and learning, the practical field of kinderkinetics, multidisciplinary teamwork, and how to bring it to the classroom. I am currently busy with my Ph.D. and have advanced knowledge of Developmental Coordination Disorder.
Dr Henriëtte HammillSenior Lecturer PhD Biokinetics +27 18 285 2562 firstname.lastname@example.org HPI212 Biokinetics, Rehabilitation, Orthopaedics, Sport, Injuries
Dr. Henriëtte Hammill is a qualified Biokineticist and performed post-graduate research in focus area of Biokinetics, Rehabilitation, Orthopaedics, Sports and Injuries. Dr. Hammill enjoys the different fields of Biokinetics and have been fortunate to teach in the various fields of this profession. Exposure to different aspects taught her that her interest lies within the Biokinetics profession’s rehabilitation of sport and the orthopaedics. Currently she is teaching the modules, Orthopaedics for honours, third years and second years, while conducting research in the field of netball and fully enjoy the work.
Dr Pieter van den BergSenior Lecturer; Programme Leader BA; BA Hons; MA; PhD +27 18 299 1802 pieter.vandenBerg@nwu.ac.za Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K21 Video analysis and coaching science
Mr Retief BroodrykLecturer M.A Sport science +27 18 299 1863 email@example.com HPI Building, Room 215 • Perceptual skills and expertise • Sport coaching
Dr Theron WeilbachSenior Lecturer BCom; BA Hons; MA, PhD +27 18 299 2037 firstname.lastname@example.org Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K4 • Leisure behavior • Recreation Science
Ms Wilmarie du PlessisLecturer BA (human movement science)(psychology); BA Hons (kinderkinetics) +27 18 299 1797 email@example.com Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K3 • Motor development in children • Visual-motor integration, visual perception and motor coordination • Obesity and hypertension in children
Mrs Yolanda StevensLecturer M.A Recreation Science +27 18 299 2038 firstname.lastname@example.org Fanie du Toit Sportsgrounds, Building K4 Recreation, Management, Facility Management
After completing my Masters in 2004, I started as a lecturer for a private college in the Eastern Cape in 2004, with my main focus areas being management and secretarial. In 2005, I joined yet another private college as learning material program designer and in 2006, I was appointed as HOD for the Design department. I was appointed as an Assessor in 2010 at a corporate training company with focus areas being soft skills, management and leadership. I was promoted to the Training and Development manager in 2011 and joined the NWU as Lecturer in 2015.