Glasgow International Swim Meet

April 23rd, 2019

Entry selections for the Glasgow International Swim Meet are now available.

 

West District Future Stars Meet : Updated

April 21st, 2019

Updated entry list with confirmed, scratched & reserve entries now available on our calendar page. Please check this for any changes to the previous list.

 

West District Future Stars Meet

April 19th, 2019

Accepted entries and draft programmes now available.

 

Dumfries Graded Meet

April 13th, 2019

Draft programme now available, all swims have been confirmed.

Please note there has been a change from original plan for the 2 days as a result of reduced interest in the meet, so the meet has been reduced down. The will now be held over 3 sessions across the weekend as detailed below;

Saturday Session 1 warm up at 09:00 with a start time of 10:00
Saturday session 2 warm up at 13:00 with a start time of 14:00
Sunday session 3 warm up at 09:00 with a start time of 10:00

On the draft programme the Sunday sessions are still listed as sessions 3 & 4 but these will all be swam in session 3. If there are any swimmers who are due to swim in session 4 but not cannot as this session will now be in the morning, refunds will be provided. If any swimmers are not able to attend please email entries_at_rasc.org.uk ASAP.

 

Meet Results

April 13th, 2019

SNAGS & Falkirk Mini Meet results & records now available.

 

SL Dev Meet 3

April 11th, 2019

Fiona’s selections for SL Dev Meet 3 are now on our calendar.
Please note – if you have been selected and you are unable to take part you must let Alison know by 19th April!

 

Meet Selections Now Available

April 8th, 2019

Fiona’s selections for the Hearts Novice Meet and the Alloa Junior Development Meet are now available – please check our calendar page for details.

 

Assistance Required – Child Protection/Welfare Officer

March 29th, 2019

The Club is currently looking for an additional Child Protection/Welfare Officer to assist our current CPO who has been carrying out the role for 4 years. Previous experience in working/dealing with children is helpful but not essential as training is provided.

The role of the Child Protection Officer is varied ranging from:
• Implementing Policy & Procedure
• Carrying out administrative work associated with processing information on new volunteers/staff
• Liaising closely with Club volunteers/staff ensuring that agreed procedures for the prevention of risk are followed
• Counsel and advise Club on matters of policy relating to Child Protection
• Raise awareness of Child Protection with parents/cares/volunteers and children involved in the Club
• Challenge behaviours which breaches Code of Conduct
• Organise/signpost appropriate training for all adults working/volunteering with children in the Club
• Respond appropriately to disclosures or concerns which relate to the well-being of a child.
• Maintain confidential records of reported cases and action taken.

Whilst the above might sound overwhelming it is not as bad as it actually may sound (honestly).
The role is essential to the running of the Club and is extremely worthwhile and rewarding.

If interested then please contact our current CPO (Amanda Kennedy) direct at the following E mail address:
childprotection@rasc.org.uk.

 

Edinburgh International Meet

March 28th, 2019

Results and records achieved are now available.

 

West District Future Stars Meet

March 28th, 2019

Fiona’s selections now available for the West District Future Stars meet