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User safety for making video conference calls

  

Swim England and the Institute of Swimming have issued some expert advice to its’ members, affiliated clubs and customers regarding the safe use of video conference technology. Both organisations have been using Zoom to stage internal and external meetings during the…

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What is Stronger Affiliation?

  

Swim England is bringing in new guidelines for its affiliated clubs in a bid to show those clubs have the highest standards of safe and effective practice in place. The Stronger Affiliation process is being introduced so new and existing members…

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Licensing for swimming competitions update

  

Swim England is to temporarily stop issuing licences for swimming competitions across the country. The decision covers competitions at levels 1, 2, 3 and 4 and includes events which have already been scheduled for later this year. Tom Baster, the chairperson…

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Open letter to Dorset Clubs

  

Dear Dorset Clubs and Club members As we enter a fourth weekend of national lockdown, can we please remind you that the Swim England website has a range of regularly updated information to support clubs and members during these unprecedented…

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New fund to help clubs struggling financially

  

Swim England chief executive Jane Nickerson has welcomed a new package to help clubs that are struggling financially due to the coronavirus pandemic. Sport England has announced £195 million is being made available to help the sport and physical activity sector…

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Swim England/Institute of Swimming Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs

  

Swim England coronavirus guidance is being regularly updated to reflect the latest advice from gov.uk, World Health Organisation (WHO), and Public Health England (PHE) and government guidelines are being followed. Government advice as to the risk of coronavirus, which has been raised to HIGH in…

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