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Does Your Club Have enough Qualified Officials?

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Does you club have enough qualified officials to run a License Meet?

The clubs within the region are quite rightly making more and more use of Licensed Meets to develop their athletes. This obviously ranges from attending meets elsewhere, hosting their own meet and licensing their club championships at Level 4.

With the increased use of licensed meets comes the added demand placed upon the qualified Technical Swimming Officials within your club, County and the Region.

So does your club have enough qualified Technical Swimming Officials (Timekeepers, Judge Level/2's Starters and Referees)?

If not then as the regional officials co-coordinator help is at hand.

The region has in place several volunteers who are experienced Technical Swimming Officials who can deliver official's training if not at your club but then locally to it.

Should you have a training requirement and the volunteers, then please contact me to discuss your clubs requirements, you can get me at officials@swimcheshire.org