Monson

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Last Swim School / LTS
11th December 2017

Last Swim School / LTS
15th December 2017

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  • Youth Regionals 2016
  • Fern and multiple medals!
  • Awards Evening 2016
  • Awards Evening 2016
  • Diddy League Team April 2016

RTW Monson British championship triumph
11th August 2017

RTW Monson British championship triumph

RTW Monson took eight athletes to this year's British Championships held in Sheffield.Women's captain Annabel Guye-Johnson led the team with three...

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swim 21

RTW Monson is a swim 21 accredited club. Organised by the ASA, Swim21 is a sign of excellence in swimming clubs. swim21 accreditation is the ASA’s recognised kitemark for the development of effective, ethical and sustainable affiliated clubs. It is a valued club development tool, recognised as a quality mark across the industry, and of benefit to every club that holds it.

The swim21 programme enhances club management, strengthens the structures and unites the club with a philosophy, and programmes, that ensure the best environment is available for all swimmers.

swim21 also offers national recognition that clubs are providing a quality service for all members, which is recognised by Sport England. All clubs gaining ASA accreditation will automatically receive Clubmark status. Clubmark is widely recognised by potential funders, schools and other partners that can assist with club growth and development.

Below are just some of the key benefits/outcomes of becoming swim21 accredited:

Process Benefits

  1. Access to a development tool for club improvement, including the production of a Club Development Plan. swim21 is the beginning of a journey to facilitate overall club development and raise standards.
  2. Identification of workforce training needs to improve club operation.
  3. Develop an effective club management structure with clearly identified roles/responsibilities.
  4. Self examination of the club is crucial, plus enhanced support and expertise from ASA Club Development Officers/Regional Club Coordinators.
  5. Access to a range of ASA templates and policies, following best practice and improving all areas of the club.
  6. Develop clear goals and ambitions that can be communicated to all club members/wider community.

General Club Benefits

  • Greater number of appropriately qualified volunteers, who are safe to work with children and young people, with defined role descriptions.
  • Enhanced quality of coaching/teaching delivery and general improvements to workforce quality.
  • Prioritised support from ASA staff.
  • Pool time is sometimes prioritised towards swim21 clubs (local operator decision).
  • Opportunities to share best practice with other swim21 clubs and network with the swim21 community.
  • swim21 accreditation can be promoted within the local community by offering a safe environment to children and therefore security for parents. It is a tangible statement to all stakeholders (Local Authorities, Schools, Parents, Swimmers etc) that you take quality and safety seriously.

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