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Becoming a swim21 Club

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The opportunity to gain swim21 accreditation is available to all of the ASA’s clubs, across any of the aquatic disciplines – diving, swimming, synchro or water polo. Our ultimate aim is to see all clubs accredited - find out why your club should…

swim21 Club Accreditation is a brilliant development model - a planning tool, based on the principles of Long Term Athlete Development, enabling clubs to help athletes, teachers, coaches and administrators to achieve their full potential

As a swim21 club the ASA will provide you with resource materials to help develop the club and promote you and the swim21 scheme nationally and regionally. 

Register for swim21 club Accreditation

To start the swim21 process clubs simply need to download the Registration Form and send it to their Aquatic Officer (AO).

Aquatic Officers

Role Name Email Tel No
Cheshire & Merseyside Nik Turnbull nik.turnbull@swimming.org 07887 958530
Cumbria & Lancashire Karen Driver karen.driver@swimming.org 07766 654927
Greater Manchester Jon Keating jon.keating@swimming.org 07810 022921