ASA to launch Positive Behaviour Workshop

18 March 2014

The ASA is launching the Positive Behaviour Workshop to help aquatics clubs prevent and respond to negative behaviour.

Parents and spectators play and essential role in supporting a child’s participation in sport, many of whom have a very positive influence in both a club and competitive environment.

However, many grass-roots sports clubs are struggling to address the increasing problem of negative parental and spectator behaviour – of which the impact on a child cannot be underestimated.

To help aquatics clubs prevent and respond to negative behaviour the ASA will soon be launching the Positive Behaviour Workshop. The 90 minute workshop offers support and guidance for clubs to identify and address negative behaviour.

  • Click here to find out more about running a Positive Behaviour Workshop at your club.
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