Important: South East Region Swimming Championships - Call for Officials
Posted on 17 May 2013 at 13:52 by Mike Lambert
Thank you those who have volunteered to officiate, With the exception of session 6, we now have sufficient officials to comply with licensing guidelines,
Anyone able to help in session 6 should contact the officials organiser, Ian Bond, at email@example.com
Important: Lis Hartley
Posted on 01 May 2013 at 23:58 by Mike Lambert (7 user comments)
ASA South East Region is sad to relay the news of the passing away of Lis Hartley. She died earlier this evening (1st May 2013).
She was a mainstay of swimming in the old Southern District of the ASA, the new South East Region and the English Schools Swimming Association.
She was also a highly respected swimming official, serving two terms on the FINA Referees list, officiating at the Olympic Games in Sydney and being one of the Referees at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester.
Lis also worked assiduously on the management group of the regional championships and was a valued member of the Regional Management Board. We will all miss her friendship and support and offer every sympathy to her family.
British Swimming and ASA statement on Carbon Pro swimsuits
Posted on 09 May 2013 at 12:35 by Chris Lambert
Following concern over the use of Carbon Pro swimsuits in major competitions, British Swimming and the ASA have released this joint statement.
Officials Wanted to Complete ASA Survey
Posted on 11 Apr 2013 at 17:36 by Bryony Gibbs
THE ASA want to hear from South East Region volunteers to find out what motivated them to become Swimming Technical Officials – and are offering the chance of winning two tickets for the 2013 British Gas Swimming Championships as an incentive. This is your opportunity to tell us what you think about the Swimming Technical Officials Pathway and how it can be improved. Click here for full story and survey.
The survey will close on the 7th May 2013
Kent Sport Coach and Official Scholarship Scheme
Posted on 31 Aug 2012 at 15:47 by Bryony Gibbs
The Kent Sport Scholarshop Scheme seeks to increase the quantity and quality of coaches and officials within Kent, and therefore assist the development of sport within the County.
Applications are welcomed from clubs, organisations and Governing Body representatives to nominate individual coaches or officials, where it can be demonstrated that supporting the individual will contribute to the overall development of the sport within Kent. Therefore the coach / official must be a resident or coach within the County (KCC boundaries).
The deadline for applications is 28 September 2012
January Workforce Development Update
Posted on 20 Jan 2011 at 14:58 by Joan Massie
The Workforce Development Update keeps you up-to-date with all the latest news relating to teaching and coaching. Read the latest edition here!
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Swimming Officials Log
The Swimming Officials Log provides an alternative to the Log Books provided by the ASA. Instead of entering details of activity into the log book you can record activity on-line. Authorised persons in the Region and the ASA can access the information to check your activity without the hassle of submitting your hardcopy book.