Swimming coaches are the backbone of our sport and are key to ensuring that clubs continue to develop and excel. We have developed a range of resources and programs to support coaches to be the best coach they can be.
What is the difference between teaching and coaching?
A Swimming Teacher may acquire specialist skills in teaching Competitive Swimming, Babies and Toddlers, Adolescents and Adults, Learners with Disability and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse.
A Swimming Coach helps to develop the swimmers’ capability beyond basic aquatic skills. Coaches focus on improving stroke efficiency, technique, strength, conditioning and race skills in their athletes through drills and training.
Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association
- Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association
Australian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association (ASCTA) is a professional membership organisation responsible for maintaining the high ethical and educational standards of coaches. Coach Members of ASCTA are also members of Swimming Australia. ASCTA assists Swimming Australia with the administration of coach education courses.
Visit the ASCTA website here
Current Club Coach Vacancies
- Alice Springs Swimming Club Head Coach Position
Alice Springs Swimming Club (ASSC) is looking for expressions of interest for an ASCTA accredited swimming coach for the role of Head Coach. The role will work to promote swimming in the community, drive growth and create a positive environment at the club.
The ASSC is located in the heart of Central Australia, surrounded by the MacDonnell Ranges.
The ASSC is the third largest Swimming Australia affiliated club in the Northern Territory and the only affiliated club in Alice Springs.
Interested candidates can find more information at the following link.
Applications close on the 21 January 2022