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Book now for The ASA Swimming Conference 2012

8 August 2012

Bookings are now open for The ASA Swimming Conference 2012, the essential conference for anyone involved in the smooth running of clubs including volunteers, administrators and officials. Join us at the Crowne Plaza, Nottingham on Saturday 13 October at this all day, FREE event to see how you can be part of the ASA strategy 2013-17.

Hear from guest speakers David Sparkes (Chief Executive), Spencer Moore(Head of Innovation and Development) and Sarah Simmons(Community Clubs Programme Manager).  You will also have the opportunity to attend interactive and practical workshops on subjects close to the heart of all clubs including Learn to Swim, Community Clubs, Volunteer Engagement and Swimmer Pathway.

Don’t miss out on this chance to feedback, engage with us, get involved and ensure that clubs remain at the very heart of the ASA.

Read more about the conference schedule or go directly to the online form to book your place.


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