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SCWC Constitution, Code of Ethics and Policies

Artwork by Alice Cheersmith QEII Swimming Club 


Regional Constitution

Addendum to the Constitution



All Clubs are required to report any incident occurring at a swim meet, which results in First Aid being administered. This applies to all SCWC Club and Regional meets and any incident involving an SCWC member at any meet nationwide. You can find a form to complete below. Once completed this form must be forwarded to SCWC as soon as possible after the incident occured.

Meet Incident Report

Swimming New Zealand have adopted Swimming Australia’s guidelines around safe pool depths for diving.

Safe Pool Depth for Diving

Our Code of Ethics and Values is an important document which outlines the rights and responsibilities of all our members in the varied roles they play in delivering and participating in swimming in the Canterbury West Coast region.  The purpose is to ensure that everyone involved in swimming in the region, be they swimmers, parents/guardians, coaches, technical officials, team managers, committee members or volunteers, have a positive experience through their involvement in swimming.

Code of Ethics and Values

Swimming New Zealand requires the regional entities to adopt a Member Protection Policy which has been developed to reinforce our commitment to providing a safe environment for everyone participating in swimming in the Canterbury West Coast region.  This Policy is to be read in conjunction with our Code of Ethics and Values and can be found here.  If disputes arise that cannot be resolved at a Club or Regional level, Swimming Canterbury West Coast has adopted SNZ’s Disputes & Disciplinary Policy to assist with dispute resolution.  That policy is available on the Swimming New Zealand website here.