Stocksbridge Community Leisure Centre's smaller pool re-opens on Monday 16 February 2015 with a half term programme of taster sessions aimed at all ages and interests.
The ASA North East Region is pleased to announce that it has made available a funding scheme for affiliated clubs looking to achieve greater success in aquatics within the North East Region.
The Region are looking to invest in projects, clubs and networks which support the delivery of the outcomes of the 2013-2017 business plan. These will need to demonstrate how they will focus on the delivery of one or more of the following themes: Governance, Talent, Workforce, Participation and Clubs. All applications will need to demonstrate Need, Impact, Deliverability and Sustainability and have some match funding and/or 'value in kind' funding.
Several clubs from the region benefitted from attending a Swim21 Club Development workshop which was held at Barnsley Sports Academy on Sunday 18th January. Club representatives were provided with information on the swim21 Essential and Network accreditation including the benefits of the swim21 process.
Attendees were able to access information on the swim21 portal through the computers at the venue and provided with one to one support on how to access and upload appropriate information for the various elements.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Development Coach, qualified to a minimum of UKCC Level 2, at Durham City Amateur Swimming and Water Polo Club.
For more information, please click here.
Sunderland Gateway Swimming Club are looking for a part time administrator / swimming coach / support worker to work 8 hours a week supporting the delivery of their one to one and small group swimming lessons.
More information on the role can be found here: Vacancy - Sunderland Gateway Swimming Club .
Final versions of the minimum levels of Technical Officials have been released for ASA Licensed Swimming Meets with effect from 01/03/15. The ASA criteria for the training of officials at such meets with effect from 01/01/15 has also been released. Documents containing this information can be found below:
The Tees Valley Performance Hub has been established for athletes and coaches within clubs in Tees Valley. The hub aims to provide athletes who do not meet the criteria for the Sunderland Beacon programme with the opportunity to access supplementary training sessions additional to those which are currently offered within their club. Within the sessions, athletes will have the opportunity to train with others who are at the same or slightly higher ability level. They will also have the opportunity to be coached by different coaches from within the area.