Newsletter #29/2020

SNC – Swim-A-Thon Feedback Survey

Swimming Canada (SNC) is preparing plans and tools to assist with club fundraising by Swim-A-Thon during the upcoming season and would like to get your feedback.

SNC recognizes that some clubs regularly run the Swim-A-Thon while some clubs have not participated at all. In order to arrange the program in the best possible manner, SNC is asking both groups of clubs to kindly complete the short survey below:

You can select your preferred language (English or French) in the language menu, which can be found in the top right corner of the survey page.

In appreciation of your valuable feedback, SNC is excited to provide a randomly drawn club with an Olympic branded Speedo Racing Suit signed by members of the 2016 Olympic Team that you can use to raise funds for your club!

Deadline to complete the survey to be eligible to win is Monday 20th July 2020, 11:59pm ET.

SNB – Survey

We would like to remind you that SNB is in the process of estimating the financial impact on its members felt to date and also for the coming months. Thus, we invite all clubs that have not yet completed the survey to do so by 24th July 2020.
Below you can find the link to the survey. THANKS!

Para Swimming – Coach Education Replay 15th July 2020/FAQs

As indicated previously in Newsletter#23, SNC’s Para program is offering weekly coach education sessions to para coaches and educators.

Please find below the links to the most recent coach education session of 15th July 2020 with Janet Dunn, addressing some Frequently Asked Questions dealing with a wide variety of issues:

Kindly note that the coach education sessions are now suspended for the rest of this summer and will resume in mid-September.

Coach Education Funding

We would like to remind you to share the details of your coaches’ training and development [i.e. number of coaches who need training + level(s) required] by 23rd July 2020. This information will help us to better manage the funds allocated for coach development.

Best regards,
Marwen Ghali