6 March 2014
The National Deaf Children’s Society and the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) have teamed up to create the Deaf-Friendly Swimming i-Learn course to help coaches become more deaf aware.
British Swimming have now received official notification of the statement of the FINA TSC:
Related to the new FINA Rules about separated hands as mentioned in SW 7.6 (Breaststroke) and SW 8.4 (Butterfly) please note the statement of the FINA TSC as agreed at the FINA TSC at the Meeting in Bangkok (THA) on 6 & 7 December 2013:
The ASA’s main training partner, the Institute of Swimming, has announced details of how practicising swimming teachers can achieve the new RAPS approved ASA Level 2 Certificate in Teaching Aquatics (QCF) qualifications
After lengthy discussions the Swim Management Group have approved the ASA North West Region Record Policy for swimming