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ASA provide 20 bursaries for attendance at BSCA Conference

The ASA are providing teachers and coaches with the chance to receive £100 off the conference fees for attending the BSCA’s 3-day Swim Coaching Conference later this month.

Held at the Macdonald Burlington Hotel in Birmingham, the conference takes place from 19th to 21st November 2010 and includes the BSCA Annual Awards Dinner, swimming trade show and a number of educational workshops. 

Amongst the presenters are Rohan Taylor, Performance Coach from Australia and coach to Leisel Jones the Olympic champion and world record holder and Paulus Wildeboer, Denmark's national head coach.

Please note that there are only 20 bursaries available which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Click here for more information or on following links for bursary application form, conference booking form and a programme of events for the three days.

For more information on the event please contact the BSCA on 01527 871626 or email info@gbswimcoaches.com

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