Coach 2024 ProgrammeMarch 1, 2017
The Coach 2024 programme is a 14-month development opportunity for swimming coaches working within the England Talent Pathway.
Coach 2024 supports the wider vision of raising the quality of coaching in England to ensure swimmers are supported to reach their full potential.
Coach 2024 Applicants
Coach 2024 was launched in November 2016 with the following 15 coaches were selected after the application process.
- Kevin Brooks, Wycombe District SC
- Josh Williamson, Guildford City
- James Richards, City of Leeds
- Dan Cross, Thanet
- Janko Gojkovic, Hatfield
- Amanda Booth, City of Oxford
- Marc Spackman, Royal Wolverhampton School
- Mike Taylor, City of Sheffield
- Andy Wallace Doncaster Dartes
- Jo John, Exeter
- Mark Lappin, Borough of Kirklees
- Ben Negus, City of Peterborough
- Barry Alldrick, Poole
- Danny Thompson, City of Sunderland
- Alex Pinniger, City of Norwich
About Coach 2024
Coaches on the Coach 2024 programme will undergo an intensive learning journey to improve their skills, knowledge and experience.
The programme is targeted at coaches working at the upper levels of the England Talent Pathway, working with age and youth swimmers.
Each coach will be exposed to a series of six core workshops which are fully aligned to the British Swimming’s Team Coaching Principles.
Workshops will comprise of both:
- Technical content
- Skill-based learning opportunities
This cohort will form a bespoke ‘community’ to share and integrate examples of best coaching practice.
Successful candidates will also be assigned a mentor to help support them both inside and outside the sporting environment.
England Programmes will also look to align phase 2 and 3 opportunities throughout the 14-month period to these coaches.
- Click here to download a prospectus about the Coach 2024 Programme.
Have a question about Coach 2024? Get in touch with Swim England Coach Development Manager Joanna Jones:
Phone: 07583 065254