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Clubs can start uploading evidence to prove they are meeting Swim England’s Stronger Affiliation process.
Six key requirements need to be completed by clubs for them to ensure they will be compliant for the Swim England changes being introduced at the beginning of next year.
Stronger Affiliation is aimed at the clubs which aren’t currently SwimMark accredited.
Clubs that fail to submit the evidence will see them being suspended temporarily or permanently at the beginning of 2021.
SENW have generated best practice examples to support clubs to achieve Stronger Affiliation.
To meet the new regulations, clubs must:
Jon Keating, Swim England Club Development Director, said: “We appreciate the situation facing cubs in these challenging times but it’s vitally important they meet the six requirements of the Stronger Affiliation process.
“We would encourage all our clubs that aren’t currently SwimMark accredited to provide the six pieces of evidence by the end of December.
“SwimMark clubs simply need to maintain their accreditation to be compliant with the process.”
A series of webinars have already been held to help clubs complete the process.
To start uploading evidence for the Stronger Affiliation process, clubs need to email firstname.lastname@example.org with their name, Club, Role within the Club and Swim England Number.