Presentation on theme: "SWIMMING WAIKATO AGM Sunday 12 th August 2012. VISION Swimming For Life ParticipationPartnershipsPerformance."— Presentation transcript:
SWIMMING WAIKATO AGM Sunday 12 th August 2012
VISION Swimming For Life ParticipationPartnershipsPerformance
MISSION STATEMENT "Swimming Waikato will foster swimming throughout our region by creating strong partnerships, participation growth and performance excellence."
SWIMMING WAIKATO VALUES Excellence Working Together Improvement & Innovation Respect Inclusive
PARTNERSHIPS "Build enduring partnerships with key stakeholders to develop the sport of swimming across our region." Goals Strong relationships Promotion Commercial and Trust Partnerships
PARTICIPATION "Recognising and supporting coaches and clubs as the key delivery channel for swimming, providing them with the resources and expertise to grow our registered swimming base. Goals Engage Stakeholders Reward Volunteers Facilities
PERFORMANCE Deliver a clear high performance pathway and enhanced opportunities for our swimmers, coaches and technical officials. Goals Clear HP pathway Financial platform for the Region Deliver best practice governance and management
2011 / 12 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS National Age Group Championships 06 th -10 th March 2012 Waikato Swimmers broke 13 Long Course records Our swimmers reached 133 finals and won 37 medals Fairfield Club achieved 6 th overall
2011 / 12 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS Gallagher Swimming Waikato Age Group & Open Camps 21 swimmers attended the Gallagher Swimming Waikato Age Group Development Camp on 20 th – 22 nd April swimmers attended the Gallagher Swimming Waikato Open Development Camp on 03 rd – 05 th July 2012
2011 / 12 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS Development Scholarships $17,500 in scholarships was paid to swimmers $1,500 in scholarships was paid to technical officials
2011 / 12 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS Nikita Howarth & Matthew Stanley Nikita is the youngest ever New Zealander to qualify for the London 2012 Paralympics Matthew Stanley broke two of Danyon Loaders records to qualify for the London 2012 Olympics
2011 / 12 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS Swimming Waikato Awards Dinner – 17 th May 2012
2011 / 12 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS Shiny new website & facebook page Our website is currently receiving an average of 1,595 visitors per month 89 Likes and growing….
2011 / 12 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS New Executive Officer
2011 / 12 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS Our growing family of sponsors & supporters… Cash and Contra (advertising, vouchers, sponsorship towards the car) sponsorships and grants
SWIMMING NZ REVIEW Background A Working Group was established to undertake the Review of Swimming New Zealand (SNZ). The Working Group found SNZ lacking in clarity of purpose and short on the fundamentals needed to support the growth and development of what should be a very strong sport in New Zealand. In order for Swimming to move forward in New Zealand, the Working Group has recommended changes all to be implemented and not cherry picked by the sport.
SWIMMING NZ REVIEW Recommendations SNZs core focus becomes competitive swimming Teach the Teachers function is transferred out of SNZ, but clubs remain delivering Learn to Swim if they wish A new SNZ Board composition & appointment process A redefined CEO role Constitutional voting be based on competitive Regions reduce in number – to be managed by the Regions themselves New Competition zones The sport fully supports & agrees to participate with the Board in the development of a whole of sport strategic plan A comprehensive database is developed and used by the sport The sport collectively commits to building a culture of trust collaboration & discipline in its processes and systems
SWIMMING NZ REVIEW Special General Meeting A Special General Meeting was held on Saturday 28 th July to accept the recommendations. Recommendations have been accepted by SNZ members
SWIMMING WAIKATO To come… Regional Recorders Assistant Swimming Waikato merchandising Gallagher Swimming Waikato Junior Camp Scholarship programme to be reviewed – include Technical Officials Volunteers Programme Live results
SWIMMING WAIKATO In the next three years: Swimming Waikato aims to be the leader in swimming in New Zealand Significant increase in participation and performance Established and maintained positive partnerships
SWIMMING WAIKATO Thank You Swimming Waikato would like to say a huge thank you to the following people: Current President and Board members Competitions Panel Development Panel Technical Panel Technical officials Club Committee members Parents Other Volunteers Coaches Sport Waikato and SportsForce Development Officer BPCT (Jennifer Palmer and Carla Parry) Sponsors and Supporters