Pathway to become accredited 
Gaining accreditation as a Masters Swimming Club Coach can be a rewarding personal experience and a valuable contribution to Masters Swimming Clubs. It will give you the skills to provide coaching at your club and guide your swimmers towards their goals. Once completed, your qualifications will be recognised by the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) National Coaching Accreditation Scheme (NCAS).
Pathway to Accreditation

Masters Club Coach Workshop Pre- Registration Checklist
Before attempting the Club Coach Course, candidates must submit the Masters Club Coach Workshop 
Pre Registration Checklist

Coaching Code of Behaviour
Download the Coaching Code of Behaviour Form

Practical Coaching Hours Log
To become accredited you need to complete 30 hours of coaching adults in a squad under the supervision of a qualified mentor coach.
Practical Coaching Hours Log

Club Coach Updating
Club Coach qualifications are valid for four years. Once this time has elapsed, Club Coaches must complete the Club Coach updating form to re-new their accreditation.
Club Coach Updating Form (Re-accreditation) (Previously the Level 1M Updating Form)

Recognition of Current Competencies
Download the MSA RCC Application 2018 – updated 2018