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Details of operational plans

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ASA South West Region Plan 2011 - 2012

Download file for details of outcomes Region intends to achieve, including targets, priorities and support for

  1. Learn to Swim and School club links
  2. Health and Participation
  3. Talent Development
  4. Workforce Development
  5. Corporate Governance
  6. Competition Programmes
  7. Big Splash initiative

ASA South West Swimming Development Plan 2011 - 2012

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  1. Run Competition Programmes
  2. Develop talent regionally below National Talent programme
  3. Encourage County Development Programmes
  4. Promote Team Manager Training
  5. Develop officials
  6. Administer swimming

ASA South West Synchronised Swimming Development Plan 2011 - 2012

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  1. Identify and Develop Talent
  2. Develop and assess Skills
  3. Develop Officials, Coaches and Assessors
  4. Run Competition Programmes
  5. Develop Young Volunteers
  6. Promote Aqua Fun CPD

ASA South West Diving Development Plan 2011 - 2012

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  1. Develop Athletes
  2. Develop Coaches
  3. Develop Officials
  4. Develop Clubs

ASA South West Open Water Swimming Development Plan 2011 - 2012

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  1. Run Competition Programmes - Regional and County
  2. Develop Talent
  3. Develop Officials
  4. Train Team Managers
  5. Encourage Coach / teacher development
  6. Encourage Swim 21 Club open water sections
  7. Link with other organisations and mass participation events

ASA South West Water Polo Committee Management Plan 2011 to 2012

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  1. Develop Mini Polo
  2. Link in with Schools
  3. Develop a Network of Swim21 Clubs
  4. Establish a Network of Performance Pathway Clubs
  5. Develop its Workforce
  6. Deliver its Competition Programme
  7. Utilise Equipment
  8. Run Regional Development Sessions

Making a planning application - A practical guide for sports clubs

Sport England, in partnership with the Department of Communities and Local Government, has published a new guide to planning applications aimed at sports clubs who want to improve their facilities.

Preparations for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games: Progress report Feb 2011

The National Audit Office reports that the preparations for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games are going well overall and, despite time pressures, the Olympic Delivery Authority remains on course to deliver its construction programme.

According to the report, the fifth such NAO report on preparations for the 2012 Games, 5 of the 24 main projects being undertaken by the Olympic Delivery Authority have now been completed ready for handover, and on current projections, the remaining projects will be delivered on time. However, the timings on the Aquatics Centre and two elements of the Athletesí Village are becoming tight for handover to the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) in July 2011 and January 2012. Progress with the complex operational planning required for Games time has also been strengthened since the NAO last reported.

ASA South West Synchronised Swimming Development Plan 2009 - 2010

You can

  • click to download all 2009/10 discipline plans (diving, open water, swimming, synchronised swimming and water polo) and unzip the file or
  • click below to download the synchronised swimming plan

websynchro.doc 42.00 kB

ASA South West Water Polo Development Plan 2009 - 2010

You can

  • click to download all 2009/10 discipline plans (diving, open water, swimming, synchronised swimming and water polo) and unzip the file or
  • click below to download the water polo plan

webwpolo.doc 112.00 kB

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