Swim 21

Barrow ASC is accredited under Swim 21 as a Skill Development club.
 
Swim 21 is the model the ASA uses, in conjunction with Sport England, for club development. It is a planning tool, based on the principles of long term athlete development, to enable clubs to help athletes, teachers, coaches and administrators to achieve their full potential. It focuses particularly on the needs of athletes - striving to provide them with best possible support and environment.

Swim 21 accreditation is a "quality mark". It recognises nationally and regionally the clubs that are committed to providing safe, effective and quality services for the benefit of their members.

Clubs work steadily towards the attainment of a series of outcomes all of which are seen as essential if the right level of support is to be provided at each stage of an athlete's development.

Swim 21 accreditation is available to ASA clubs that are positioned at one of more of the four levels of:

  • Teaching

  • Skill Development

  • Competitive Development

  • Performance

In order for a club to become accredited with Swim 21 it must first complete an audit, followed by an action plan and finally collect evidence to prove the club has met certain validation criteria set by the ASA.

Once accredited the club must continue to improve and develop. Annual action plans and validation must be approved by the ASA in order for a club to remain in the program.

Being accredited means the club is safe, well established, managed correctly with qualified coaches and is always looking to the future.

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