Swimming Victoria and Swimming Australia are committed to support their affiliated clubs to deliver high quality swimming programs.
This page will provide you with information on the development opportunities affiliated clubs can access.
If you have any questions, please contact Sharon Rich on 03 9686 5222 or email email@example.com
In December 2016, Swimming Victoria conducted an Audit for all Clubs and Districts to gather some vital information to assist us in Club Developing Planning over the next 12 months and into the future.
We ask that all Clubs & Districts complete the Audit.
Club Development Conference
The 2016 Club Development Conference has been conducted.
Next Conference - July 2017 - TBC
The Club Development Conference is an annual event that is held for Swimming Victoria Club Members. It is an event that provides invaluable personal development for all participants. Workhshops are conducted in all areas of Club Development, such as Grants/Sponsorships, Club Role Descriptions, Planning an Event, Strategic Planning etc. It is our aim to provide our Swimming Clubs with the most up to date information and training.
Metropolitan Development Day
METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT DAY - METRO NORTH
For: Swimmers, Coaches, Officials, Administrators & Club Volunteers
Where: Eltham College, 1660 Main Rd Research
Contact: Sharon Rich
Phone: 9230 9419
Further Information to follow in March.
Club Health Check
The checklist, which should take no longer than 30 minutes to complete has been designed to be completed by 2-3 committee members, who have an overall view of the operations and activities of the club. Upon completion of the checklist, a report is sent to the club. The report includes areas of strengths, focus areas and links to resources to assist clubs in planning and moving forward.
We encourage all Clubs to complete the Club Health Checklist as soon as possible.
CLICK HERE for the Club Health Checklist Video Explanation
Inclusive Club Framework
Swimming Victoria encourages all Clubs to be inclusive and offer programs and services to all members of the community.
7 Pillars of Inclusion
The 7 Pillars of Inclusion is a unique tool to help you and your sport identify its strengths and weaknesses around the inclusion of disadvantaged populations into what you do. The Pillars represent the common areas of Inclusion - giving you a framework to use as a starting point. It will educate, inform and give you practical direction so that your sport becomes more inclusive and diverse.
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Visit the 7 Pillars of inclusion website for more information.
Optus Junior Participation Program - Junior Dolphins
National Junior Participation Program
Junior Dolphins is an exciting new program where kids can hve fun with their friends and improve their swimming in a safe environment.
Following successful pilots of Junior Dolphins across Australia, Junior Dolphins will be promoted around the country over the next few months with a formal launch this coming summer.
Junior Dolphins will be delivered through swimming clubs, swim schools and primary schools - so get involved!
Junior Dolphins is designed for young swimmers who are graduating from Learn to Swim and want to experience that little bit more from swimming and get involved with the fun aspects and skill development a club environment offers.
CLICK HERE to go to the Junior Dolphin Website.
Meet Manager Software Workshops
Meet Manager is a comprehensive online events management system. If your club or district is running swimming meets, you might be interested in attending a Meet Manager Software Workshop.
Swimming Victoria will be conducting two training workshops over the next couple of months, a Beginner and Advanced workshop.
We are putting out an Expression of Interest to see if there is a demand for such workshops and to gauge what would be the best timeframe to conduct these.
CLICK HERE for Flyer
CLICK HERE to complete the Expression of Interest
Swimming Australia's Local Legends program aims to recognise and reward members of clubs who give up their time voluntarily in clubs across Australia.
For more information and to submit a nomination, please check the Local Legend page on the Swimming Australia website.