Coaches Sharing Session – How Best to Teach Butterfly Stroke
11 January 2018 (Thursday), 10am to 12pm
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‘Coaches Sharing Session – How Best to Teach Butterfly Stroke’ by CoachSG and NROC Coaches
(For NROC Swimming Coaches)
What are the best practices for teaching the Dolphin Kick and Butterfly Stroke?
With the new Swimsafer requirement to teach the Butterfly Swim Stroke at Stage 5 (10m Dolphin Kick) and Stage 6 (15m Butterfly Stroke), this peer learning session offers swimming coaches the opportunity to learn from, and share with each other how best to teach these techniques!
The objectives of this workshop are:
a. To align the SwimSafer syllabus with the new introduction of Butterfly Stroke in Stage 5 (10m Dolphin Kicks) and Stage 6 (15m Butterfly Stroke)
b. To share and learn from fellow NROC Swimming Coaches on the Butterfly Swim strokes drills
c. To share with NROC Swimming Coaches on ‘Strokes Correction Techniques’ to help swim students swim with ease and progress well in their Butterfly Swim Stroke
This is a practical session and participating coaches should:
- Be dressed in swimming attire; and
- Bring along their own goggles, towel and suntan lotion
About the NROC Coach Presenters
This workshop will be jointly conducted by NROC Swimming coaches, Raymond Tan Kok Wah and Lawrence Chew Hong Chiang.
NROC Master Coach Raymond Tan Kok Wah has about 10 years of swim coaching experience. He specialises in Breaststroke and was ranked top 3 for most Corporate races in the 50m, 100m and 200m events between 2002 to 2010. An avid swimmer and keen on swim strokes mechanics, he believes learning is a continuous cycle and never-ending process. He obtained knowledge about Swimming strokes from textbooks, online learning, workshops and discussions among coaches.
AUSTSWIM and NROC Senior Coach Lawrence Chew Hong Chiang has participated and won in 4 x 50m Individual Medley and 1,500M Freestyle in school and district swim meets. He has 19 years of swim coaching experience, including 10 years (2000 to 2010) in APS Swim School in LTS and Swim Strokes Improvement. He has learnt considerably from all China coaches and Coach Ang Peng Siong in training and preparing swimmers for Aged Group Swimming Competitions.
Date and Time
11 January 2018 (Thursday), 10am to 12pm [FULL]
Toa Payoh Swimming Complex
301 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh
Thank you for your interest. This workshop is closed for registration.
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