Monthly Training Fees
(Please note Training Fees are annual fees but spread over 12 equal monthly payments)
From 1st Jan 2020
|TP 1 to 4||£25.00||£22.50|
|Development 1 & 2||£29.00||£26.10|
In addition to your monthly membership there is a yearly ASA Membership, this is essential for all club swimmers and officials at the club, it is the membership for the Governing Body of Swimming.
There are particular levels; Teaching pool swimmers is cheaper as they don’t compete and will not feature on National rankings. Main pool swimmers, swim time and results will be ranked nationally and you will be able to access your personal best times on an official ASA date base. The link to this is here: ASA rankings database. ASA membership is necessary for all swimmers to be part of the club and it must be paid on a yearly basis. The club will email you an update when memberships are due.
Many people don’t realize there are several benefits from being an ASA membership you can find out more about this here.
We advise all swimmers to keep and store their ASA membership number somewhere safe as it is needed on competition entry forms. If you are unsure of your membership number speak up or it can be found using your surname online. For more information on ASA membership click here https://www.swimming.org/members/
ASA Membership Fees (collected annually)
Teaching Pool: £20
Main Pool: £38
This payment covers insurance and membership fees towards Swim England, East Midlands Region and Derbyshire County.
You are reminded that para 4.3 of the Club’s Constitution provides that any member whose subscription is unpaid by the date falling 30 days after the due date for payment may suspended by the Committee from some or all Club activities from the date determined by the Committee until such payment is made. Of course, this step will be a last resort and if there is genuine financial difficulty please speak to committee member in confidence, because we do not wish to lose your valued membership, when it can be avoided. Paragraph 4.2 of the constitution enables the remission in whole or part of fees in special circumstances