Officials29 October 2019
Swimming events could not run without the help of volunteers, either ‘officials’ or many other roles.
Swim England London requires a large number of officials to run its events.
If you are qualified, but not licensed, and you support our events, we will fund your licensing. If you are not qualified, but wish to help in the many support roles, again please let us know.
Becoming an official allows you to get involved in swimming competitions at a close and personal level. It is much more enjoyable than sitting on a hot balcony!
All swimming galas need officials for them to run so it is a very important role.
Typically an official will start work at their local club, usually starting as a time keeper. From there they can start to become qualified, working their way via courses and gala experience from J1, J2, J2S and ultimately on to being a qualified referee. We can provide advice on the best way to proceed.
Officials contacts in London
|Swim England London Regional Swimming Officials Coordinator (who is the Representative for London on the Swim England Swimming Officials Group committee- SOG)||Ralph Shortland firstname.lastname@example.org|
|County Coordinator for clubs in Surrey that are affiliated to Swim Englan London||Diane Gamble email@example.com|
|County Coordinator for clubs in Kent that are affiliated to Swim England London||John Burdett firstname.lastname@example.org|
|County Coordinator for clubs in Essex that are affiliated to Swim England London||Lisa Richards email@example.com|
|County Coordinator for clubs in Middlesex that are affiliated to Swim England London||Ralph Shortland firstname.lastname@example.org|