If you aspire to be a top coach or international official, applications are now open for the 2016/17 National Talent Camp!
The National Talent Camp is a four day residential developed and delivered by the Youth Sport Trust in partnership with Loughborough University, and funded by Sport England. The camp offers the opportunity for 350 young athletes, coaches and officials to come together as part of a unique experience.
The camp takes place from the 16 – 19 December 2016 and will offer young coaches, officials and athletes the opportunity to challenge themselves and learn what it takes to be the best. The National Talent Camp is a globally unique event in that it not only tests and challenges the attendees in an intense multi-sport environment, but it is multi-disciplinary with athletes, coaches and officials sharing the experience and developing in the same environment.
The National Talent Camp will be followed by a 12 month development programme delivered by the ASA specifically for ASA successful candidates.
More information here.
The Sussex Masters and Open Age Group Championships will he held at Worthing’s Splashpoint Leisure Centre on Sunday 18 September with warm up at 1:30pm.
At our Annual Council Meeting in June we did not receive nominations for the roles of County Secretary or Honorary Treasurer. These are important positions in the Sussex ASA and finding the right people to take on these roles is essential if we are going to be able to help clubs and swimmers in the future.
The County Secretary is the main contact for Sussex County ASA dealing with correspondence with Clubs, members and third parties such as the ASA and ASA South East Region. To do this job well you need to be organised and a good administrator, see the full Job Description here.
The role of the Treasurer is central to the future of Sussex ASA and provides strategic financial support including.