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Subject Article: PennDel Clinics and Swim Official Classes
 PennDel Clinics and Swim Official Classes
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Posted: October-17-2016 at 12:14pm | IP Logged
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PennDel Annual Clinics and Swim Official Classes

PennDel Annual Clinics

Are you a certified Official?  To help elevate the level of your skills after you have become a swim official , PennDel League offers a series of annual clinics.  These clinics are designed to re-enforce important concepts, to review changes in the rules that may have recently occurred, and to review specific issues that you will encounter in your swim official role.  These clinics are required if you want to hold the role of Referee or Admin Official at a PennDel dual meet or championship.

In addition to the above clinics, if you run the Hy-Tek Meet manager software which records swimmer times and scores, you will need to take the annual Meet Manager Operator clinic to fulfil the role of MeetManager Operator at PennDel dual meets and Championships.

A list of the upcoming clinics can be viewed on the Penndel Web Site

Please contact the appropriate Trainer if you plan to attend one of these clinics. 

Note: These clinics are PennDel League specific are not part of the YMCA certification process.

Swim Official Training Classes

Is your current Swim official certification expiring? 

Or, are you new to swimming and want to get involved with your child's swimming sport?  Then, become a Swim Official.

Members of the PennDel Swim League Board hold a number of YMCA of the USA certification and recertification training classes.  These classes teach the rules of competitive swimming and certify you to fill the role of a timer, stroke & turn judge (Level I), starter, and referee (Level II).  If you prefer to work at the timing desk, you can become a certified Admin Official (AO).

Get started today by registering for one of the upcoming YMCA Swim Official classes.  Classes are listed on the front page of the PennDel web site at

Contact one of our trainers to learn more or to register for an upcoming swim official training class.

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  • Rick Carson,
  • Carl Sandoe,
  • Bert Hewitt,
  • Scheduling a Training Class or Clinic:

    If you want to schedule a swim officials training class or PennDel Clinic at your YMCA, contact one of our trainers.

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