Club Structure

Leamington Spa Amateur Swimming Club provides tuition through its teaching groups to children from 5 years wishing to learn to swim or improve their swimming technique.  Swimming development is centred on good technique and confidence in the water with progression through the structured ability groups.
Those children who want to swim competitively are invited to join the competitive swimming squads.  Swimmers from Leamington Spa represent their club in the Nuneaton and District Junior League, Mercian League and National Arena League as well as trophy galas.
Individual swimmers are also encouraged to enter open galas. Several swimmers have attained a high level of success in their performance at County, District and National level.
Teaching and training is carried out by trained volunteers with the exception of the chief coach who is salaried.
The Club is managed by a Committee, which is elected annually. In addition there are five trustees, they are long serving members (20 years + in all cases), who still help the Club, mainly to offer advice, they have no management powers.
The day to day work is carried out by a mixture of people, some are committee members, many aren’t. More help is always wanted, for example it takes well over 20 people to run a gala. Some of the work requires training and we are fortunate that the Club has members who can provide some of this at nominal cost. For the rest, the Club arranges courses, or suggests courses which people could participate in and often helps with the costs.