Technical Officials - Forthcoming Courses
The following Courses have been arranged for all Technical Officials:
Disability Swimming - The Quays, Southampton on Saturday 7th February 2015 at 9.30 am
To book your places please contact Sue Barker at email@example.com
Details of further Courses will be published here as and when they become available.
Project 500 - Female Coaching Courses
Posted on 05 Nov 2014 at 18:15 by Graham Stanley (Swimming) (0 user comment)
Coaching Hampshire & IOW together with the Amateur Swimming Association would like to invite you to get involved with Project 500, our women's coaching project.
Whether you are an experienced female coach, a willing parent wanting to help your local club, or have recently retired from the sport and want to stay involved through coaching, Project 500 can help you!
More than a funding pot...
Project 500 is a designed for ALL women interested in coaching. The project offers a wide range of benefits to help support you along your coaching journey:
- Access to coaching scholarships including support for Level 1 qualifications
- Discounted workshops and access to female only continued professional development opportunties
- 1:1 Coaching clinics to help you with your own coaching journey
- Mentoring opportunities
- Female only networking events to meet and connect with other coaches
- Updates via a quarterly regional and county e-newsletter
For more information, please contact
Emily Sanderson Assistant Project Officer (Coaching)
Sport Hampshire & IOW
The winner of the Napier Trophy was Diane Ford (Masters Swimming) - in recognition for having set a new 200m Breaststroke Long Course World Record.
Diane was presented with the Trophy by the HCASA President John Selley at the County Dinner Dance held at Basingstoke on 17th May.
Hampshire Swimming Strategy Report
The South East Region ASA and Hampshire County ASA commissioned County wide research in swimming facilities to support the development of an aquatics facility strategy for Hampshire.
The full report is now available.
ASA Masters Swimming Officer
The ASA is recruiting for a full time Masters Swimming Officer to work with the Masters Committee in achieving its objectives which are largely based on the recommendations of the Juba report, a study carried out some years ago into the future of Masters swimming.
Although the successful candidate will be administered from the ASA offices in Loughborough, the Officer can work from any suitable base location, a car will be provided.
Click here for more details.
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