3 April 2013
Five former Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) apprentices have been recognised in the National Apprenticeship Service Hall of Fame. Rebecca Adlington, Lauren Steadman, Katie Clarke, Oliver Hynd and Sarah Barrow, all of whom have represented Great Britain at international level, are featured in the Hall of Fame, designed to showcase the rise and accomplishments of England’s most successful former apprentices.
18 June 2012
A total of 125 athletes from all five disciplines celebrated their successes while on the AASE apprenticeship programme at the Apprenticeship Graduation Ceremony 2012 in Sheffield.
The Institute of Swimming have launched a new online learning module for the popular Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE) programme, in conjunction with National Apprenticeship Week 7-11 February.
22 Jan 2011
Britain’s aquatics athletes, many with dreams of medals in 2012, have graduate from their Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence (AASE).
53 Athletes are heading to Cyprus at the end of the month from 24 till 29 October for the AASE Camp 2010 (Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence).
Anya Tarasiuk, a 17-year-old Olympic hopeful for the GB synchronised swimming team and member of the AASE programme spoke to the BBC about her plans beyond 2012.