|Last updated||21 May 2019|
|Job Title||Description||Approx average hours per week|
|Club Treasurer||Role of the Treasurer
The Treasurer of the Club is responsible for producing and managing the Club’s accounts and finances and will be responsible for all income and expenditure for the Club.
The Treasurer is an officer of the Club and a member of the Committee.
Duties of the Treasurer
• To be responsible for all Club finances.
• To plan the annual budget in agreement with the Club Committee and to monitor throughout the year.
• To prepare end-of-year accounts and present for independent review, management Committee and AGM.
• To maintain up-‐to-date records of all transactions.
• To ensure that all money due to the Club is received and chase outstanding amounts.
• To ensure that all funds are used appropriately.
• To ensure all pool hire is arranged (possible sub role).
|Gala Poolside Helpers||A vital role attending poolside at external galas (where your own child(ren) is/are swimming) to work in a team of two in ensuring swimmers are sent to the gala's "Marshalling" area when requested to do so by the gala staff, and generally chaperone the Club's swimmers whilst poolside.||N/A|
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Young Volunteer Programme
The present Young Volunteer Programme is fully subscribed but for those on the course, details of the workshop sessions are below:-
Sunday 2nd June (9am-12pm) - Young Aquatic Helper - This workshop has been designed for young people who wish to actively assist on poolside in any aquatic environment. The course provides the participant with the knowledge, skills and understanding to assist in the delivery of planned sessions in your chosen aquatic environment; specifically covering poolside safety, effective communication, good practice, good practice and the benefits of long-term athlete development.
Sunday 9th June (9:30am-11:30am) - Safeguarding 13+ course (this is only for the candidates who did not attend the earlier Safeguarding course).
Saturday 22nd June (3.30pm-6.30pm) - Timekeepers Course - This is an introduction into the world of the swimming official. It covers both theory and practical aspects of what is required of a timekeeper. It will allow the Young Volunteer to time keep in club galas.
Sunday 7th July (9am-3pm) - Young Aquatic Leader - This workshop aims to provide young volunteers with the knowledge to actively volunteer in an aquatic environment and develop their overall knowledge of event management and competition planning. It will challenge the ability to work within a team and step outside of their boundaries: developing communication, organisation, leadership and planning skills through interactive activities and problem solving.
Sunday 21st July (6-8.30pm) - Gala (hosted by Young Volunteer Programme)
The next Young Volunteer Programme is planned for later in the year - when further details are known we will publish details in the Club's weekly newsletter.
|Last updated||04 December 2018|
|Qualification||Details||Minimum Age to Start Training|
|Timekeeper||This is an introduction into the world of the swimming official. It covers the practical aspects of what is required of a timekeeper by means of a short theory session followed by a practical assessment.||14|
|Judge Level 1||This is the first level of British qualification. It encompasses the role and duties of a Timekeeper, Chief Timekeeper and Inspector of Turns.
Candidates will be required to attend a "classroom" session to undertake some formal theory instruction and then go on to gain practical experience working on the poolside with a mentor over a number of sessions/galas. A course workbook is provided for completion after which there will be a practical assessment.
During the practical assessment, candidates will be required to answer questions orally. Upon qualification candidates will be attributed with the qualification Judge Level 1 on the British Swimming Database and will be encouraged to become a Licensed Official.
THE FORMAT OF THE JUDGE LEVEL 1 COURSE IS IN THE PROCESS OF CHANGE - ANYONE CURRENTLY ON, OR STARTING, THE COURSE MUST HAVE COMPLETED AND QUALIFIED BY THE 31ST JULY 2020, FAILING WHICH THE COURSE WILL HAVE TO BE RESTARTED.
ALTHOUGH FULL DETAILS OF THE COURSE CHANGES ARE NOT DUE TO RECEIVE FINAL APPROVAL UNTIL DECEMBER 2019, IT IS UNDERSTOOD THAT THE INITIAL "CLASSROOM" SESSION WILL BE REPLACED BY ONLINE MODULE(S); POOLSIDE EXPERIENCE/MENTORING WILL REMAIN IN THE SAME/SIMILAR FORMAT.
THE LAST DATE FOR STARTING THE JUDGE LEVEL 1 COURSE IN ITS PRESENT FORMAT IS THE 1ST NOVEMBER 2019; THE START DATE FOR THE NEW FORMAT JUDGE LEVEL 1 COURSE IS 1ST JANUARY 2020.
|Judge Level 2||This is the second level of qualification. It encompasses the role and duties in relation to all aspects of judging and the theoretical role and duties of Starter.
Candidates must have already qualified as Judge Level 1. The training follows a similar format to that of Judge level 1 with formal instruction, mentored pool side training with workbook followed by a practical assessment.When qualified, candidates will be attributed with the qualification Judge Level 2 on the British Swimming Database.
|Judge Level 2S||Candidates wishing to qualify as a Starter will be required hold the Judge Level 2 qualification and have completed a minimum of 20 hours post qualification experience as Judge Level 2.
Training will consist of a prescribed number of practical experiences as a Starter before undertaking a formal practical assessment.Successful candidates will be attributed with the Starter qualification: Judge Level 2S
|Referee||The minimum age for training is 19 years, providing the candidate is aged 20 years as at 30 November in the year of the theory examination.
This course contains theoretical instruction and specified practical experiences. It is followed by a formal examination in November after which successful candidates take a final poolside practical assessment leading to qualification as a British Swimming Referee.
Several months have been allocated between registration and the formal examination to enable candidates to undertake all the practical experience required to complete the course as well as the theoretical instruction.Application forms must be submitted by 31 December of the previous year to allow sufficient time for completion of training in preparation for the November examination.