Geoff has been teaching within an academic environment since 2010. Over that time he has taught at two universities and an event management training institute covering a varied list of subjects including events, facility management, sport development systems, economics of sport, governance, and introduction to research. Having started as a tutorial leader, Geoff has progressed to lecturer and convener roles demonstrating his development as a teacher. Student comments frequently cite Geoff’s knowledge of the subject matter along with an engaging and charismatic delivery style.

Teaching History

  • 2015

    Community Events and Festivals - Griffith University

    In this unit, Geoff is helping facilitate and assess a student-led activity.

  • 20152014

    The Business and Economics of Sport - Griffith University

    In 2014, Geoff was asked to convene the course to fill a sabbatical absence. In this role he delivered lectures and tutorials as well as assessed student work.

  • 2013

    Introduction to Research - Griffith University

    Geoff provided three lectures on quantitative research as a segment of this unit.

  • 2013

    Sport Development Systems - Griffith University

    Led tutorials and assessed student work.

  • 2012 2010

    Sport Event Management - FitzWilliam Institute

    Developed, presented and evaluated a practically focused Sport Event Management that required students to develop a pitch for a real-world client as part of an intensive graduate diploma program

  • 2011

    Understanding Organisations - Deakin University

    Led tutorials and assessed student work.

  • 2011 2010

    Sport Governance and Leadership - Deakin University

    Collaborated with the lecturer to organise workshops, facilitate role plays, and delivered occasional lectures.

  • 2011 2010

    Sport Facility and Event Management - Deakin University

    Led tutorials and assessed student work.