We work with Swim England to provide subsidised coaching courses for clubs.Find your club offer course
We work with Swim England to provide subsidised coaching courses for their clubs. These courses can be arranged through Swim England’s regional club development team.
You can view the details of our club offer courses here:
Many of our club offer courses have zero spaces available, this may be because the club development officer has reserved these spaces for you.
To book a place on the course, contact your relevant club development officer whose details will be in the course information. Once your place is confirmed you will receive a voucher enabling you to book on.
To provide a quality learning experience and develop coaching skills, it’s important that your club has access to appropriate facilities and the right level swimmers.
Their needs to be a suitable theory room and pool facilities as well as a minimum of 16 county standard swimmers.
All swimmers should be from a Swim Mark accredited club or from a club working towards Swim Mark.
For further information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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