ASA South East Region website

Team managers

Team Manager training is designed to ensure any volunteers who are taking groups of athletes to competition or camps, locally or abroad, are fully equipped to do their role. There are no pre-requisites for the workshop, and it is recommended for anyone aged 16 or over, although it should be noted that an individual cannot take the role of a Team Manager fully until they turn 18. If there are no Regional Courses planned in your area and you have Team Managers that require training please contact Helen Mack

Courses

Team Manager 1 on 07 February 6.30pm – 9.30pm@ Holiday Inn, Reading South, RG2 0SL

To book please see the online booking form below.
 

Module 1

Module 1 is designed as an introduction to Team Managing at a club/local level. It is intended to be a basic and informative workshop to give participants the confidence and knowledge to effectively manage a team at a local level. The course is designed to achieve the following four outcomes:

1. To raise awareness of the key areas to consider in being a safe and effective Team Manager at local competitions

2. To identify likely problems and challenges

3. To understand the need for risk assessments

4. To be aware of where further help, guidance and support is available.

For details of the courses running in the South East please click on the booking form. 

Module 2 – Overnight Stays and Travel Abroad

This training is designed for Team Managers who have attended the ASA Team Manager Module 1 training and have gained experience in Team Managing at a local level. This workshop builds upon these experiences and aims to equip a Team Manager to manage a team staying overnight or travelling abroad effectively.

The workshop is designed to achieve the following five objectives:

1. To build on learning from Module 1 and share experiences

2. To raise awareness of key areas in being a safe and effective Team Manager when staying away from home and travelling abroad

3. To identify likely problems and challenges associated with overnight stays and travelling abroad

4. To understand the value of risk assessments

5. To be aware of where further help, guidance and support is available.

Learning to manage a team can take a lifetime. The course is designed to ensure you have the right toolkit from the start. As a team manager you will receive updates from the ASA when necessary to allow you to fulfil the role to the best of your ability.

For details of the courses running in the South East please click on the booking form. 

Regional Team Manager Conference 2018

The region alongside Swim England Talent ran a Team Manager and coach conference on the 10th June at Leatherhead Leisure Centre. Please see below for the presentations.

Emotional Intelligence

Team Manager Behavioural Philosophies

Strategies for Optimising Performance and Recovery during Multi ÔÇô Day Competitions

Risk Assessment

It is a Team Manager responsibility to conduct risk assessments. To help with this process please find here a copy of the Swim England South East Off-shore camp risk assessment 2016;

Geneva risk Assessment

Useful resources

 

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