asctaVIC

asctaVIC is the state based network of ASCTA supported by ASCTA. asctaVIC conduct an annual conference to support swimming Coaches and swimming and water safety Teachers and undertake professional development training and participate in major swim meets.

  • asctaVic Commitee
  • President

    Nick Veliades

    vic.president@ascta.com

    Vice Presidents

     

    Joanne Love

    Peter Howes

    Secretary

    Angus Barnes

    Treasurer

    Damian Gogoll

    General Committee

    Michelle Laidlaw

    Jason Cooper

    Vivienne Kennedy

    Karen Garrard

    Ted Tullberg

    Tim Mulvihill

    Guy Eylon

    Andrew Goetz

    SV Representative

    Josh Busch

    SAL Coaching Representative

    Rohan Taylor

     

    The asctaVIC AGM was held at MSAC on Saturday the 22nd of September at 12:30pm (during a break in asctaVIC Conference Proceedings).

     

    2017-18 Annual Report   |    2018 AGM Minutes

  • Victorian Coaching Opportunities
  • Blue Fin Swim Club Coach

    Blue Fin Swim Club is seeking a qualified, enthusiastic and driven individual to take on the role of Coach. Responsible for the junior through to state-level squads, the coach will be responsible for the development of the technique and fitness of squad members, and the preparation of swimmers for the competitive environment. The coach will also be responsible for the management of swimmers at swim meets. Click here for more information and details on how to apply. 

     
  • asctaVic Life Members
  •  

    Tom

    Donnett (Senior)*

    1972

    Harold

    Watson*

    1973

    Jim

    O'Doherty*

    1975

    Peter

    Ruddock

    1976

    Jack

    Foster*

    1977

    John

    Kilpatrick

    1992

    Chas

    Woods*

    1996

    Leigh

    Nugent

    1997

    Ted

    Tullberg

    1998

    Buddy

    Portier

    1999

    Ian

    Pope

    2000

    Julie

    Dyring

    2001

    Alwyn

    Barrett

    2005

    Ian

    Dear

    2006

    John

    Katal

                                      * Deceased

  • asctaVIC Conference
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    asctaVIC Proffesional Development Conference

    Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 September 2019 - Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre

    2019 Conference Schedule

    REGISTER HERE

    The asctaVIC Conference provides professional development for all aspects of the coaching and teaching of swimming. Swimming coaches and teachers attending the conference will have a vast array of specialized topics from presenters that have experiences on a national and international level. The conference caters for all levels of coaching.

    Performance & Junior Coaching Presenters include:

    David Lush- Coach of World Champion and Olympic medalist Emily Seebohm, David is the Director of Swimming at Brisbane Grammar School and Head Coach of the Brisbane Grammar Swimming Club. A former Australian representative swimmer himself, David has been instrumental in the development and growth of the swimming program at Brisbane Grammar, including Australian Dolphin Minna Atherton who he coached to multiple Junior World Records. In 2018 David was named ASCTA Coach of the Year.

    Tom Vandenbogaerde- Senior Physiologist at Swimming Australia with 13 years’ experience working in elite sport. He is passionate about thinking, planning, programming and monitoring to ensure coaches and athletes leave no stones unturned in their Olympic preparations. Tom also formed part of the New Zealand Olympic Team in Beijing and London, and of the New Zealand Swim Team at all World Championships, Commonwealth Games and Pan Pacific Games from 2007 to 2014.

    Kirsten Norden – Using her extensive experience as a competitive gymnast, combined with swim coaching and with her work as a strength and conditioning coach for a range of junior developing athletes in netball, hockey, mogul skiing and athletics, Kirsten founded Swimnastics.  Swimnastics is a dry-land program incorporating the fundamentals of gymnastics to help junior swimmers build strength, increase flexibility and develop sound movement patterns years before they begin working with a strength and conditioning coach.

    Swim School Teachers Presenters Include:

    Ariane Tebb - Ariane Tebb has over 20 years’ experience in the aquatics industry working across a variety of roles and programs. Her current role is as the Aquatic Programs Coordinator at Monash Sport, Monash University. Her special areas of interest are in early childhood development, developing positive learning environments and adult learn to swim. She will be presenting on engaging beginner swimmers of all ages and learning to love the water for life in both a theory and practical workshop.

    Leigh Nugent – Leigh Nugent is one of the best technical swimming coaches in the world. As National Youth Coach for Swimming Australia from 2000 to 2003 and again from 2005 to 2009, Leigh has worked with many of the best up and coming swimmers and coaches in Australia and around the world. Leigh’s passion, knowledge and experience is second to none and not to be missed for Swim Teachers looking to enhance their own teaching skills and stroke correction knowledge.

    Whatever the level, there will be a great array of presenters and topics to cover every one’s interest, giving you access to a network of industry experts to help you further your profession and interest.

     

    Conference registration includes;

    • International, National and State Level presenters
    • Coffee, tea & lunch provided
    • Attendance certificate on completion for re accreditation purposes; coaching & teaching
    • Access to the wider network of the swimming industry
    • Network at the trade display
    • Conference notes will only be available from presenters where available
    • For the Ladies – A Networking Function at Bayview Eden on Saturday afternoon
    • Register for Conference Networking Dinner on Saturday night
    • Discounted rate for accommodation at Bayview Eden
    • Please note that the Performance Coaches Stream is by invite only

    *** Receive a 10% discount when your Club or Swim School registers 3 or more staff! ***

    Re-accreditation

    ASCTA will allocate 5 ASCTA Professional Development hours per day. Certificates of attendance will be available following the final presentations of each of the days.

     

    Conference Dinner - Bayview Eden

    6 Queens Rd Melbourne, Sat 22nd 6.30pm. Cost $50 includes welcome drink & two course meal

    Bookings are essential by Friday 6 September – All welcome!

     

    MSAC Parking

    Paid parking is available at MSAC and in the Lakeside car park which is located off Aughtie Drive. For information on parking at MSAC please visit the MSAC Contact Us Page.

    Accommodation- Bayview Eden

    All Conference attendees have access to a discounted rate at Bayview Eden (6 Queens Road Melbourne). Conference Price: $150 twin share and $15 breakfast + discounted parking ($10 per night) – use code SWIMVIC or follow the link below: Swimming Victoria @ Bayview Eden

     

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