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SWIM PARENTS

Swimming Australia is committed to the development of all swimmers and recognises the extremely important role that parents play in the support and development within swimming. A range of resources have been developed to assist parents in this role.

Pathways for Swimmers

From learn to swim to representing your state or country, all State Swimming Associations have a development pathway for swimmers of all ages and abilities.

Pathways for Swimmers

Junior Sport

Swimming Australia adopted a Junior Sport Policy in October 2004. The purpose of this policy is to assist in the provision of quality sport experiences for young people. It will encourage the provision of safe, enjoyable and accountable environments for everyone involved in junior swimming.

The Junior Sport Policy & Brochure can be found on the Policies and Procedures page

Behavioural Guidelines

Swimming Australia promotes the following behavioural guidelines to all individuals involved in any way with the sport of swimming. This particularly applies to those responsible for activities involving members under the age of 18 years. These behavioural guidelines highlight the principles and values of Swimming Australia and are the core principles of the Member Welfare and Child Welfare Policy documents.

The behavioural guidelines can be found on the Policies and Procedures page
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