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YAOA Organiser Information

On this page you will find a range of organiser information to help you run the Young Aquatics Organiser Award. Simply click on links to access the resources.

Thank you for expressing an interest in organising a course for the ASA's Young Aquatic Organiser Award.

You don't have to be an ASA Approved Centre to run this award, you might be:

  • A Swimming Development Officer
  • A school
  • An ASA club representative
  • A Club/Regional Volunteer Coordinator
  • A Young Aquatic Organiser Award presenter
  • An ASA Education Officer
  • An ASA Regional Development Officer

It's likely that you will need to liaise with a number of people (including some of the above) to run the award and hopefully the guidance provided through the links below will assist you in doing so successfully. 

Click here for Guidance for Course Organisers
Click here for the Child Protection Acknowledgement Form
Click here to access the Syllabus
Click here to access the Attendence Form
Click here to access the Award Registration Form


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