The Swim England North West Region’s strategic aim is to invest in a quality club experience with satisfied members. This will be achieved through a series of five objectives, categorised across:- Governance, Workforce, Partnerships, Marketing & Communications and Member Investment. We are looking to develop effective operational plans and put financial frameworks in place, to support the direction of our regional aquatic disciplines for the next four year cycle.
The Regional Management Board is made up of volunteers appointed across our membership and includes specialists plus independent members. The Board sets the strategic direction of the region and oversees the work of the various aquatic disciplines and committees.
The management board are fully supported by a small regional team of five Swim England professional staff, who look after different strands of the strategy. The team is made up of three club development officers, an office manager and a regional administrator. The regional office is based in Eccles, just outside Manchester City Centre.
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Club Investment Fund
Swim England North West Region have made available £67k over the next three years for clubs within the Region. This fund will take the form of three funding streams; Coaching Bursary, Capital Purchases and Special Projects.
Easy fundraising gives aquatics clubs access to an unlimited source of FREE funding as clubs receive donations when members and their families shop online.
Bursaries distributed to ASA members completing Levels 1/2/3 Coaching Swimming, Levels 1/2 Teaching Aquatics, Levels1/2/3 Diving, Levels 1/2/3 Synchronised Swimming, Levels1/2/3 Water Polo courses. Applications can be made up to 60% of total course costs.
Swim England North West build on the previous Swimnorthwest strategy 2014-2017
The strategy sets out it’s redefined approach to prioritise future support and revenue investment. It challenges clubs, partners and policy makers to ensure that investment frameworks are in place to influence, enable and encourage future support across all disciplines.