Go Swimming has everything you need to know about swimming. If you are a parent, a non swimmer or just want to improve your technique this is the section for you.
In British Swimming you will find information about the world of high performance sport, including the disciplines of Swimming, Diving, Synchronised Swimming, Water Polo and Para-Swimming.
The ASA is the governing body for the sport in England. In this section you will find all you need to know about joining a club or competing in England and becoming a swimming teacher or coach.
The IoS delivers the ASA’s courses and is a member organisation. Whether you are a teacher, coach, employer or club you will find everything you need to know about qualifications or educating your workforce.
|Guidance booklet for the management and delivery of teaching and coaching swimming||16th December 2009||This booklet provides guidance for those involved in the management and delivery of swimming programmes|
|Building Schools for the Future: Added value from swimming||23rd December 2009||In this booklet, the ASA offers guidelines to help local decisions within the “Building Schools for the Future” programme. It includes many case studies showing how education and local authorities can readily achieve the aims and benefits above and brief examples are included.|
|Pools for the Future presentation - Dr Ben Cartmell (BREEAM)||5th January 2010||Pools for the Future presentation by Dr Ben Cartmell of BREEAM - 'Environmental Assessment and Swimming Facilities'|
|Pools for the Future Presentation - Ben Woods||5th January 2010||Pools for the Future Presentation by Ben Woods: 'An Introduction to Sport England’s "Swimming Pools" Design Guidance Note'|
|Pools for the Future Presentation - David Sparkes||5th January 2010||Pools for the Future Presentation by David Sparkes: 'How do we meet the challenges of today?'|
|Pools for the Future Presentation - Mark Sesnan||5th January 2010||Pools for the Future Presentation by Mark Sesnan: 'The Sustainable Management of Public Swimming Pools'|
|Pools for the Future Presentation - Mark Thomas||5th January 2010||Pools for the Future Presentation by Mark Thomas: 'The international pool-sustainability'|
|Guidance for community owned and managed swimming pools||14th January 2010||This document offers advice on how local residents/groups can establish a Trust and take over running their own local swimming pool rather than see its doors closed for good.|
|Combined Heat & Power Systems||14th January 2010||Presentation by Tony McDermott Leading edge development of clean energy projects.|
|A whole of life perspective Australian Aquatic Centres||14th January 2010||Presented by Livio Chiarot of ACOR Consultants P/L|
|Pools for the future , Sustainability, Ground source heat pumps||14th January 2010||Earth energy Brighter people, cleaner future.|
|Strategic facility planning||14th January 2010||Brian Whaley – Strategic Lead Planning and Capital Programmes|
|Review of energy savings options||15th January 2010||Philip C. Eames Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering Loughborough University|
|Trust in us!||15th January 2010||If a facility under operation from the local authority is no longer part of their plans, then is it feasible for local people to take over?|
|From Policy to Pool: An ASA policy document on swimming pools in England||24th February 2010||The ASA envisages swimming as being at the heart of the community. Our starting point for considering pools is to ‘think’ people when we consider pool provision. This document outlines our policy on swimming pools in England.|
|ASA Workforce Development Partnerships brochure||27th June 2012||Information about our offer to potential leisure industry partners. This brochure provides a valuable introduction to all the ASA can offer including e-learning and resource development, apprenticeships, training, qualification development and much more.|