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Young Officials

Welcome to Young Officials!

Officiating is essential to the successful operation of sport in the UK. It is also a great way to learn a new skill and meet new people.

Officials are an integral part of swimming events, without the support of volunteers as officials many of the events would just not happen. Officials must work together as a team to ensure that the rules are followed, safety is at its highest, and fairness is at the forefront of the competition. If you think you are cut out to be a swimming Official read on to find out more!

Becoming a swimming official is easy! All you need to do is follow four simple steps:

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After exploring the Young Officials section if you are still unsure of how to apply for a course or would just like further information on a particular aspect of officiating then click here and complete the following form and you will be contacted as soon as possible.

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