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Clubs

 

 

Club swimming is central to swimming in Tasmania thanks to the swimmers, coaches, parents, officials and administrators that make clubs run efficiently. The following links give access to information and resources for administrators charged with the running of clubs in Tasmania.

 

 

Administration

 

New Member Join Guides

Members can join through Club Websites by following this guide.

Members can join through our State Website by following this guide.

MyLANE can be used by individuals to manage their own membership details.

 

Club Forums

Club Forum Minutes - 30 May 2015

 

Club Development Resource Library 

Swimming Tasmania is pleased to promote the Australian Sport's Commission's Club Development Resource Library as a way for your club to improve its overall day to day operations. At the same time, your club can gain insight into how to earn extra points in this year’s GO Club PB workbook.

The Club Development Resource Library is a free web-based program that supports the development and management capacity of sporting clubs.

The library aims to assist clubs across Australia, in identifying ways in which each club may develop, in order to provide the best possible service to its members. The library is based on the principle of promoting continuous improvement.

To access the Club Development Resource Library visit www.ausport.gov.au

 

Miscellaneous

World Top 10 Skills Comparision Worbook 

Team Leader event responsibilities

 

Key dates for administrators

Our Development Calendar is available here

 

GO Club PB

The GO Club PB Program is the national swimming club standard that recognises and rewards swimming clubs by measuring their performance across five key areas of membership, administration, activities, sport development (coaching and officiating), and marketing and promotion. It also incorporates the Inclusive Club Standard.

 

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Affiliation with Swimming Tasmania

Details of the annual affiliation requirements can be found under Club Affiliation in the Membership section of our website.

 

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Training for Administrators

Swimming Tasmania seeks to provide or signpost training courses and development opportunities to ensure our clubs are safe, fair and inclusive for all.

 

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Member Recognition

There are a number of ways to recognise and reward club members, such as the New Member Kits, Participation Ribbons, and Swim Star Caps.

 

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