Applications are invited from suitably experienced individuals interested in taking the strategic role of Chairman of the Regional Management Board for the ASA North West Region. This is a voluntary role for a four-year period, possibly renewable for a further 4 years.
This Level 2 Teaching Aquatics Apprenticeship is designed for those individuals wishing to pursue a career in the leisure industry through a teaching route; it is entirely work based and work related. The swimming programme gives you a wide range of knowledge and experience, and most importanly the qualifications to help you develop a career within the leisure industry. At the end of this apprenticeship you will be a fully qualified swimming teacher, with the ability to teach lessons to a group of swimmers from beginners to experience, children to adults.
This summer marks the first anniversary of London 2012 and as we continue to celebrate the Olympic and Paralympic legacy, take a moment to stop and think about the volunteers within your aquatic community.
It is no secret that volunteers are the lifeblood of our aquatic clubs, whether it is the volunteer who enthusiastically manages the front desk, or the volunteer coach who tirelessly runs training sessions. No volunteer contribution should go unnoticed!
In 2013 take the time to stop and say ‘thank you’. The Aquaforce Awards offer you the opportunity to recognise the unsung heroes, the people who dedicate countless hours making our sport happen.
The ASA have made the announcement that the new Division Business Manager North is to be Chris Rinder
Does you club have enough qualified officials to run a License Meet?
As part of the development of disability swimming in Cumbria, Lakes Leisure will be hosting monthly County Training Sessions for swimmers with a disability
Sessions are open to any swimmer with a disability, and aim to provide an additional training opportunity where swimmers can progress and develop their skills and can have an opportunity to work on specific elements of performance.
The sessions are a great way to meet and train with other disabled swimmers across the County.
Sessions are open to any swimmer with a disability (classified and unclassified). Swimmers must be able to swim lengths.