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In British Swimming you will find information about the world of high performance sport, including the disciplines of Swimming, Diving, Synchronised Swimming, Water Polo and Para-Swimming.
The ASA is the governing body for the sport in England. In this section you will find all you need to know about joining a club or competing in England and becoming a swimming teacher or coach.
The IoS delivers the ASA’s courses and is a member organisation. Whether you are a teacher, coach, employer or club you will find everything you need to know about qualifications or educating your workforce.
|Development Framework for Teaching and Coaching in England 2009-2013||14th December 2009||Development Framework documentA development framework to provide a world class coaching environment for England’s teachers and coaches was launched by the ASA Coaching Systems Team at the ASA Council Conference in October 2009. ‘The ASA Development Framework for Teaching and Coaching in England 2009-2013’ will effectively create a new coaching system that delivers the right number of coaching hours, by the right coach, in the appropriate environment to achieve success.|
|Advanced Coaching Offer Water Polo Candidate Information||8th February 2010||Candidate information for Advanced Coaching Offer for water polo coachesCandidate information for Advanced Coaching Offer for water polo coaches|
|Advanced Coaching Offer Water Polo Application Form||8th February 2010||Application form for Advance Coaching Officer Water Polo coachesApplication form for Advanced Coaching Officer Water Polo coaches|
|Aquatic Discipline Development Day booking form||10th February 2010||Aquatic Discipline development day booking formBooking form to attend Aquatic Discipline development day on Wed 14 April in Darlington|
|Cornwall Sports Funding leaflet||19th February 2010||Potential funding sources in CornwallA guide to potential funding sources produced by the Cornwall Sports Partnership with support from Cornwall Council and the South West Funding Advisors Network. The leaflet has been divided into three areas : 1. Information on National funding initiatives 2. Information on Local funding initiatives 3. Information on Individual athlete funding Although the Cornwall Sports Partnership does not provide funding, they provide advice and support to individuals/organisations on how to apply for funding and what funding is available.|
|Advanced Coaching Offer for Diving application form||14th July 2010||Unique opportunity for ambition diving coaches to become part of an ASA support programmeUse this form to apply for a place on the Advanced Coaching Offer for diving. Applications should be submitted by 6th August 2010.|
|Advanced Coaching Offer for Diving Candidate Information||14th July 2010||Details of the Advanced Coaching Offer programmeThe Advanced Coaching Offer is the first programme to support proactive, talented, developing coaches in their quest to expand their coaching knowledge, skills and experience. In conjunction with the ASA Talent Development Team, the Advanced Coaching Offer for Diving has been devised to support up to 16 coaches across England over a 4 year period.|
|Coach Training Funding Application Form||23rd August 2010||Form to download to apply for funding through The Swimming TrustFunding for teachers and coaches is available for applicants from clubs with swim21 accreditation or actively working towards swim21 and affiliated to the ASA.|
|Coach Training Funding Guidance Notes||6th September 2010||Useful notes on accessing funding for Level 2 ASA teaching and coaching coursesGuidance notes for candidates considering applying for funding from The Swimming Trust towards the cost of Level 2 ASA teaching and coaching qualifications|
|BSCA Conference funding application form||8th November 2010||Apply for funding to attend BSCA conferenceFunding form to apply for bursary for £100 off attendance at BSCA Conference in November 2010|
|BSCA Conference programme||8th November 2010||Full programme for the 19th - 21st November 2010Download full details of the programme of events for the BSCA Conference to be held in November 2010|
|BSCA Conference flyer||8th November 2010||Information about BSCA Conference on 19-21st November 2010Conference information and bursary details for the BSCA Conference in November 2010|
|BSCA Conference booking form||8th November 2010||Use this form to book your place on the BSCA Conference in November 2010Complete and return this form to the BSCA to reserve your place at the 47th Annual Swim Coaching Conference in Birmingham|
|East Region Learning Day||10th November 2010||All coaches and volunteers in the East region should attend this ASA event on 8th January 2011Information regarding the ASA's East Region's learning day for coaches and volunteers to be held on Saturday 8th January at the Cambridge Belfry in Cambourne|
|National Young Coaches Academy Flyer||4th September 2013||Find out more about the 2013 National Young Coaches AcademyYoung Coaches are our sporting future. It is you who will inspire, motivate and develop not only our champions of tomorrow but our participants of today. This flyer has more information about the Youth Sport Trust National Young Coaches Academy from the 20th – 22nd December 2013 at Loughborough University.|
|National Young Coaches Academy Application Form||4th September 2013||Use this application form to apply for a place on the 2013 / 2014 National Young Coaches Academy programmeAre you a young coach actively involved in aquatics? Do you know what type of coach you want to be? Do you want to learn more about your coaching self? If so, young coaches are encouraged to apply to be a part of the Youth Sport Trust’s National Young Coaches Academy (NYCA), a 12 month development programme of mentoring and support developed in partnership with the ASA. Download and submit this form before the 9AM on Monday 14th October 2013 to apply for a place.|