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RMSC AGM

The AGM has been booked for 7pm at the 20/6/18 at either the Joshua Bradley or the Duke.

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ROMILEY MARINA SWIMMING CLUB PRIVACY NOTICE FOR OUR MEMBERS

We are committed to respecting your privacy. This notice is to explain how we may use personal information we collect before, during and after your membership with us. This notice applies to you if you have registered to become, or are a member of our club. This notice explains how we comply with the law on data protection, what your rights are and for the purposes of data protection we will be the controller of any of your personal information.

 

References to we, our or us in this privacy notice relates to Romiley Marina Swimming Club.

 

We have not appointed a Data Protection Officer to oversee our compliance with data protection laws as we are not required to do so.Contact details are set out in the “Contacting us” section at the end of this privacy notice.

 

1. Personal Information we may collect from you

Depending on the type of membership you register for with us, you may initially provide us with or we may obtain personal information about you, such as information regarding your:

o personal contact details that allows us to contact you directly such as name, title, email addresses and telephone numbers;

o date of birth;

o gender;

o membership start and end date;

o references and other information included in a CV or cover letter or as part of the application process for membership;

o records of your interactions with us such as telephone conversations, emails and other correspondence and your instructions to us;

o any credit/debit card and other payment details you provide so that we can receive payments from you and details of the financial transactions with you;

o use of and movements through our online portal, passwords, personal identification numbers, IP addresses, user names and other ITsystem identifying information

o records of your attendance at any events hosted by us;

o images in video and/or photographic form and voice recordings;

o your marketing preferences so that we know whether and how we should contact you;

o identification documents such as passport and identity cards;

o details of any county membership;

o details of next of kin, family members, coaches and emergency contacts;

o records and assessment of any swimmer rankings, grading or ratings, competition results, details regarding events attended and performance (including that generated through our swimmer pathway programme);

o any disciplinary and grievance information;

2. SPECIAL CATEGORIES OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

We may also collect, store and use the following “special categories” of more sensitive personal information regarding you:

o information about your race or ethnicity, religious beliefs and sexual orientation;

o information about your health, including any medical condition, health and sickness records, medical records and health professional information; and

o biometric information about you, for example fingerprints, retina scans.

We may not collect all of the above types of special category personal information about you. In relation to the special category personal data that we do process we do so on the basis that:

o the processing is necessary for reasons of substantial public interest, on a lawful basis;

o it is necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims;

o it is necessary for the purposes of carrying out the obligations and exercising our or your rights in the field of employment and social security and social protection law;or

o based on your explicit consent.

In the table below’ we refer to these as the “special category reasons for processing of your personal data”.

 

We may also collect criminal records information about you. For criminal records history we process it on the basis of legal obligations or based on your explicit consent.

 

3. WHERE WE COLLECT YOUR INFORMATION

We typically collect personal information about our members when you apply to become a member of the club, when you register an account with us at Romiley Marina Swimming Club, when you purchase any services or products we offer, when you make a query and/orcomplaint or when you correspond with us by phone, e-mail or in some other way.

We also may collect personal information about you from any third party references you provide as part of the application process for membership.

If you are providing us with details of referees, next of kin, beneficiaries, family members and emergency contacts they have a right to know and to be aware of what personal information we hold about them, how we collect it and how we use and may share that information.  Please share this privacy notice with those of them whom you feel are sufficiently mature to understand it.  They also have the same rights as set out in the “Your rights in relation to personal information” section below.

 

4. Uses made of the information

The table below describes the main purposes for which we process your personal information, the categories of your information involved and our lawful basis for being able to do this.

Purpose

Personal information used

Lawful basis

To administer any membership you have with us and managing our relationship with you,including dealing with payments and any support, service or product enquiries made by you

All contact and membership details, transaction and payment information, records of your interactions with us, and marketing preferences.

 

This is necessary to enable us to properly manage and administer your membership contract with us.

 

 

To arrange and manage any contracts for the provision of any services or products

Contact details, transaction and payment information.

 

Records of your interactions with us.

This is necessary to enable us to properly administer and perform any contract for the provision of any services and products you have purchased from us.

To send you information which is included within your membership benefits package, including details about advanced ticket information, competitions and events, partner offers and discounts and any updates on club matters

Contact and membership details.

This is necessary to enable us to properly manage and administer your membership contract with us.

 

To send you other marketing information we think you might find useful or which you have requested from us, including our newsletters, information about membership, events, products and information about our commercial partners

Contact details and

marketing preferences.

Where you have given us your explicit consent to do so.

To answer your queries or complaints

Contact details and records of your interactions with us

We have a legitimate interest to provide complaint handling services to you in case there are any issues with your membership.

Retention of records

All the personal information we collect.

We have a legitimate interest in retaining records whilst they may be required in relation to complaints or claims. We need to retain records in order to properly administer and manage your membershipand run our club and in some cases we may have legal or regulatory obligations to retain records.

We process special category personal data on the basis of the “special category reasons for processing of your personal data” referred to in section 2 above.

For criminal records history we process it on the basis of legal obligations or based on your explicit consent.

The security of our IT systems

Your usage of our IT systems and online portals.

 

We have a legitimate interest to ensure that our IT systems are secure.

To conduct data analytics studies to better understand event attendance and trends within the sport

Records of your attendance at any events or competitions hosted by us.

We have a legitimate interest in doing so to ensure that our membership is targeted and relevant.

For the purposes of promoting the club, our events and membership packages.

Images in video and/or photographic form.

Where you have given us your explicit consent to do so.

To comply with health and safety requirements

Records of attendance, CCTV footage and other information obtained through electronic means such asswipecard and key fob records, medical information about your health

 

We have a legal obligation and a legitimate interest to provide you and other members of our organisation with a safe environment in which to participate in sport.

We process special category personal data on the basis of the “special category reasons for processing of your personal data” referred to in section 2 above.

To administer your attendance at any courses or programmes you sign up to

All contact and membership details,

transaction and payment data.

 

Details of any county membership and performance data.

 

This is necessary to enable us to register you on to and properly manage and administer your attendance on the course and/or programme.

To arrange for any trip or transportation to and from an event

Identification documents details of next of kin, family members and emergency contacts, transaction and payment information, health and medical information.

This is necessary to enable us to make the necessary arrangements for the trip and/or transportation to an event.

We process special category personal data on the basis of the “special category reasons for processing of your personal data” referred to in section 2 above.

To use information about your physical or mental health (including any injuries) or disability status, to ensure your health and safety and to assess your fitness to participatein any events or activities we host and to provide appropriate adjustments to our sports facilities.

Health and medicalinformation

We process special category personal data on the basis of the “special category reasons for processing of your personal data” referred to in section 2 above.

To gather evidence for possible grievance or disciplinary hearings

All the personal information we collect

We have a legitimate interest in doing so to provide a safe and fair environment for all members and to ensure the effective management of any disciplinary hearings, appeals and adjudications.

We process special category personal data on the basis of the “special category reasons for processing of your personal data” referred to in section 2 above.

For criminal records history we process it on the basis of legal obligations or based on your explicit consent.

For the purposes of equal opportunities monitoring

Name, title, date of birth

gender, information about your race or ethnicity and health and medical information

 

We have a legitimate interest to promote a sports environment that is inclusive, fair and accessible.

We process special category personal data on the basis of the “special category reasons for processing of your personal data” referred to in section 2 above.

To comply with legal obligations, for example, regarding people working with children orvulnerable adults to comply with our safeguarding requirements

Information about your criminal convictions and offences

 

For criminal records history we process it on the basis of legal obligations or based on your explicit consent.

 

For some of your personal information you will have a legal, contractual or other requirement or obligation to provide us with your personal information.  If you do not provide us with the requested personal information we may not be able to admit you as a member or we may not be able to properly perform our contract with you or comply with legal obligations and we may have to terminate yourmembership.  For other personal information you may not be under an obligation to provide it to us, but if you do not provide it then we may not be able to properly perform our contract with you.

 

Where you have given us your consent to use your personal information in a particular manner, you have the right to withdraw this consent at any time, which you may do by contacting us as described in the “Contacting us” section below.

 

Please note however that the withdrawal of your consent will not affect any use of the data made before you withdrew your consent and we may still be entitled to hold and process the relevant personal information to the extent that we are entitled to do so on bases other than your consent.  Withdrawing consent may also have the same effects as not providing the information in the first place, for example we may no longer be able to provide certain member benefits to you.

 

5. DIRECT MARKETING

Email, post and SMS marketing: from time to time, we may contact you by email, post or SMS with information about products and services we believe you may be interested in.

We will only send marketing messages to you in accordance with the marketing preferences you set. You can then let us know at any time that you do not wish to receive marketing messages by contacting the club.

 

6. Disclosure of your PERSONAL information

We share personal information with the following parties:

 

o Any party approved by you.

o To any governing bodies or regional bodies for the sport covered by our club: to allow them to properly administer the sport on a local, regional and national level.

o Other service providers: for example, payment processors, data analysis CCTV contractors, promotional advisors, contractors or suppliersand IT services (including CRM, website and video services);

o Our Commercial Partners: for the purposes of providing you with information on any tickets, special offers, opportunities, kit supplies, products and services and other commercial benefits provided by our commercial partners where you have given your express consent;

o The Government or our regulators: where we are required to do so by law or to assist with their investigations or initiatives.

o Police, law enforcement and security services: to assist with the investigation and prevention of crime and the protection of national security.

 

7. TRANSFERRING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION INTERNATIONALLY

The personal information we collect is not transferred to and stored in countries outside of the UK and the European Union.

 

8. HOW LONG DO WE KEEP PERSONAL INFORMATION FOR?

The duration for which we retain your personal information will differ depending on the type of information and the reason why we collected it from you. However, in some cases personal information may be retained on a long-term basis: for example, personal information that we need to retain for legal purposes will normally be retained in accordance with usual commercial practice and regulatory requirements.  Generally, where there is no legal requirement we retain all physical and electronic records for a period of oneyear after your last contact with us or the end of your membership.  Exceptions to this rule are:

 

o Details regarding unsuccessful membership applicants where we hold records for a period of not more than 12 months;

o Information that may be relevant to personal injury or discrimination claims may be retained until the limitation period for those types of claims has expired.  For personal injury or discrimination claims this can be an extended period as the limitation period might not start to run until a long time after the event.

It is important to ensure that the personal information we hold about you is accurate and up-to-date, and you should let us know if anything changes, for example if you change your phone number or email address. You may be able to update some of the personal information we hold about you via our admin team.  Alternatively, you can contact us by using the details set out in the “Contacting us” section below.

 

9. YOUR RIGHTS IN RELATION TO PERSONAL INFORMATION

You have the following rights in relation to your personal information:

 

o the right to be informed about how your personal information is being used;

o the right to access the personal information we hold about you;

o the right to request the correction of inaccurate personal information we hold about you;

o the right to request the erasure of your personal information in certain limited circumstances;

o the right to restrict processing of your personal information where certain requirements are met;

o the right to object to the processing of your personal information;

o the right to request that we transfer elements of your data either to you or another service provider; and

o the right to object to certain automated decision-making processes using your personal information.

 

You should note that some of these rights, for example the right to require us to transfer your data to another service provider or the right to object to automated decision making, may not apply as they have specific requirements and exemptions which apply to them and they may not apply to personal information recorded and stored by us.  For example, we do not use automated decision making in relation to your personal data.  However, some of your rights have no conditions attached, so your right to withdraw consent or object to processing for direct marketing are absolute rights.

 

Whilst this privacy notice sets out a general summary of your legal rights in respect of personal information, this is a very complex area of law. More information about your legal rights can be found on the Information Commissioner’s website at https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/.

 

To exercise any of the above rights, or if you have any questions relating to your rights, please contact us by using the details set out in the “Contacting us” section below.

 

If you are unhappy with the way we are using your personal information you can also complain to the UK Information Commissioner’s Office or your local data protection regulator. We are here to help and encourage you to contact us to resolve your complaint first.

 

10. CHANGES TO THIS NOTICE

We may update this privacy notice from time to time. When we change this notice in a material way, we will update the version date at the bottom of this page. For significant changes to this notice we will try to give you reasonable notice unless we are prevented from doing so. Where required by law we will seek your consent to changes in the way we use your personal information.

 

In the event of any query or complaint in connection with the information we hold about you, please email to rmsccomp@hotmail.co.uk

Information about Friday Night. Jan 2018

 

Stage Badges within each stage
Stage 1 Puffin
Stage 2 5m
Stage 3 10m
Stage 4
Stage 5
Stage 6 25m
Stage 7 50m

100m

Challenge 1

Personal Survival 1
Stage 8 200m

400m

Challenge 2

800m

Bronze

Personal Survival 2
Stage 9 1000m

Silver

Stage 10 Gold

1500m

2000m

3000m

5000m

 

Note: When swimmers complete each stage, they will also receive a badge and certificate. Stage 1 – Sub Sections

  1. the water safely
  2. Move forward for a distance of 5m, feet may be on or off the floor. **
  3. Move backwards for a distance of 5m, feet may be on or off the floor. **
  4. Move sideways for a distance of 5m, feet may be on or off the floor.
  5. Scoop the water and wash their face.
  6. Be comfortable with water from overhead.
  7. Move from a flat floating position on their back and return to standing.
  8. Move from a flat floating position on their front and return to standing.
  9. Push and glide in a flat position from the wall on their back.
  10. Push and glide in a flat position from the wall on their front.
  11. Know two pool rules
  12. Safely exit the water

** Once a swimmer can do one of these they are to be given their puffin badge

 

Stage 2 – Sub Section

  1. Jump in from poolside safely to a minimum depth of 1.0 metres
  2. Blow bubbles three times rhythmically, with nose and mouth in the water.
  3. Move from a flat floating position on the front and return to standing without support.
  4. Move from a flat floating position on the back and return to standing without support.
  5. Push from the wall and glide on the back – arms by the side (stronger swimmers above the head)
  6. Push from the wall and glide on the front – arms in a rocket position above the head
  7. Travel using a recognised leg action with feet off the pool floor on back for 5 metres **
  8. Travel using a recognised leg action with feet off the pool floor on front for 5 metres **
  9. Perform a tuck to rotate from a flat position on the front, to a back floating position, then return to standing
  10. Perform a tuck to rotate from a flat position on the back to a front floating position, then return to standing.
  11. Perform a log role from back to the front.
  12. Perform a long roll from the front to the back.
  13. Exit the water safely without support.

** Swimmers must be able to swim 5m on their FRONT AND BACK to achieve their 5m award.

Stage 3 – Sub Sections

  1. Jump in from poolside and submerge to a minimum depth of 1.0 metre.
  2. Sink, push away from the wall and maintain a streamlined position
  3. Push and glide on the front with arms extended and log roll onto the back.
  4. Push and glide on the back with arms extended and log roll onto the front.
  5. Travel 5metres on the front, perform a tuck to roate onto the back and return on the back.
  6. Fully submerge to pick up an object
  7. Answer correctly three questions on the Water Safety Code.
  8. Push and glide and travel 10 metres on the back. **
  9. Push and glide and travel 10 meters on the front. **
  10. Perform a tuck float and hold for three seconds
  11. Exit the water without using steps, safely.

** Swimmers to receive 10m badge when completed front and back.

Stage 4 – Sub section

  1. Perform a sequence of changing shapes (Minimum of 3) whilst floating on the surface and demonstrate an understanding of floating.
  2. Push and glide from the wall towards the pool floor ( AT THE DEEP END)
  3. Kick 10 metres of backstroke (one item of equipment optional)
  4. Kick 10 metres of front crawl (one item of equipment optional)
  5. Kick 10 metres butterfly on the front or on the back.
  6. Kick 10 metres of breaststroke on the front (one item of equipment optional)
  7. Perform a head first sculling action for 5 metres in a flat position on the back.
  8. Travel on back and log roll in one continuous movement onto front.
  9. Travel on front and log roll in one continuous movement onto back.
  10. Push and glide and swim 10 metres, choice of stroke is optional.

Stage 5 – Sub section

  1. Perform a flat stationary scull on the back.
  2. Perform a feet first sculling action for 5 metres in a flat position on the back.
  3. Perform a sculling sequence with a partner for 30-45seconds to include a rotation
  4. Tread water for 30 seconds
  5. Perform three different shaped jumps into deep water
  6. Push and glide and swim 10 metres backstroke (to Swim England Standard)
  7. Push and glide and swim 10 metres front crawl (to Swim England Standard)
  8. Push and glide and swim 10 metres breaststroke (to Swim England Standard)
  9. Push and glide and swim 10 metres butterfly (to Swim England Standard)
  10. Perform a handstand and hold for a minimum of 3 seconds
  11. Perform a forward somersault
  12. Demonstrate an action for getting help.

Stage 6 –  Sub section

  1. Give two examples of how to prepare for exercise and understand why it is important.
  2. Sink, push off on side from the wall, glide, kick and rotate into backstroke
  3. Sink, push off on side from the wall, glide, kick and rotate into front crawl.
  4. Swim 10 metres wearing clothes ***
  5. Push and glide and swim front crawl to include at least six rhythmical breaths
  6. Push and glide and swim breaststroke to include at least six rhythmical breaths
  7. Push and glide and swim butterfly to include at least three rhythmical breaths
  8. Push and glide and swim backstroke to include at least six regular breaths
  9. Push and glide and swim 25 metres, choice of stroke is optional. **
  10. Perform a shout and signal rescue ***
  11. Perform a surface dive.

** Swimmer must be able to swim 25 metres of backstroke with good technique and one other stroke (Front crawl, Breaststroke or Butterfly).

 

*** To be assessed as part of Personal Survival 1 – a badge and certificate will be issued on completion. A minimum of 4 sessions of training/practise is required.

Stage 7 – Sub Section

  1. Push and glide and swim 25 metres backstroke
  2. Push and glide and swim 25 metres front crawl
  3. Push and glide and swim 25 metres breaststroke
  4. Push and glide and swim 25 metres butterfly
  5. Perform a movement sequence (linking skills with strokes and sculls) of one minute duration, in a group of three or more, incorporating a number of the following skills:Sculling: head first, feet first
  6. Rotation: forward or backward somersault, log roll
  7. Floating: star on the front or on the back, tuck float, create own
  8. Eggbeater: Moving, lifting one or both arms out of the water
  9. Perform a sitting dive or dive
  10. Push and glide and swim 50 metres continuously using one stroke **
  11. Push and glide and swim 100 metres, using a minimum of three different strokes ***
  12. Tread water using eggbeater action for 30 seconds
  13. Complete an obstacle course (using a minimum of four objects) with feet off the pool floor throughout.

** 50 metres must be of backstroke and another stroke of the swimmers choice to a good standard (Breaststroke, front crawl or butterfly). Please note the month and year on the register.

*** 100 metres must be of backstroke and another stroke of the swimmers choice to a good standard (Breaststroke, front crawl or butterfly). Please note the month and year on the register.

Stage 8 – Sub Sections

 

  1. Complete a set lasting 400 metres (e.g. 16 x 25 metres, 8 x 50 metres, 4 x 100 metres) on a specific turnaround time agreed by the teacher or coach (e.g. 1.00 minutes for each 25 metres) with a focus on stroke technique and consistency.**
  2. Swim 400 metres continuously using one stroke.
  3. Push and streamline then kick 25 metres backstroke with or without using a board.
  4. Push and streamline then kick 25 metres breaststroke with or without using a board.
  5. Push and streamline then kick 25 metres butterfly without using a board.
  6. Push and streamline then kick 25 metres front crawl with or without using a board.
  7. Perform a backstroke turn from 10 metres in to 15 metres out.
  8. Perform a breaststroke turn from 10 metres in to 15 metres out.
  9. Perform a butterfly turn from 10 metres in to 15 metres out.
  10. Perform a front crawl turn from 10 metres in to 15 metres out.
  11. Perform a dive track or grab start, and kick butterfly underwater in a streamlined position for 5 metres with the focus on progressing it to 10 metres

** Within this badge we will complete a Bronze assessment. Stage 9 – Sub Sections

 

  1. Complete a set lasting 800 metres (either 16 x 50 metres, 8 x 100 metres, 4 x 200 metres) on a specific turnaround time as agreed by the teacher or coach (e.g. 1.30 minutes for 50 metres) with a focus on stroke technique and consistency.
  2. Swim 800 metres continuously using one stroke.**
  3. Swim a continuous 100 metre individual medley (4 x 25 metres) using recognised turns with a focus on stroke technique and consistency.
  4. Perform a 15 metre underwater kick on front from a push and glide in a streamlined position.
  5. Perform a backstroke start then butterfly kick in a streamlined position underwater up to a maximum of 15 metres from the start point (wall). Transfer into stroke and complete the remainder of the 25 metres.
  6. Perform a front crawl start then kick in a streamlined position underwater up to a maximum of 15 metres from the start point (wall). Transfer into stroke and complete the remainder of the 25 metres.
  7. Perform a butterfly start then kick in a streamlined position up to a maximum of 15 metres from the start point (wall). Transfer into stroke and complete the remainder of the 25 metres.
  8. Perform a breaststroke start then perform a one and a half pull underwater. Transfer into stroke and complete the remainder of the 25 metres.

** Within this badge a Silver assessment will be completed.

Stage 10 – Sub sections

  1. Complete a set lasting 1600 metres (either 16 x 100 metres, 8 x 200 metres, 4 x 400 metres) on a specific timed turnaround set by the teacher or coach (e.g. 2.30 minutes for 100 metres), focus on stroke technique and consistency.**
  2. Swim 1500 metres continuously using one stroke.
  3. Perform a continuous 100 metre individual medley kick (4 x 25 metres) without using a kick board.
  4. Swim a continuous 200 metre individual medley (4 x 50 metres) using recognised turns.
  5. Perform a front crawl relay take over – as an incoming swimmer.
  6. Perform a front crawl relay take over – as an outgoing swimmer.

 

**An assessment for Gold will take place during this section.

RMSC latest.

Reminder mini meets applications close on Friday 15th September

Application Forms available poolside and

On our closed facebook page and on our website please hand all entries to  Tracy Evans or any poolside helper.

Spenborough bonfire gala applications are now open : very busy gala and filling up fast when it’s full it’s full !! Apply soon

Again see the website and Facebook and recent email for links to apply direct.

Closing date midnight 12th October.

Reminder can all club champs trophy winners from last year please get your trophies engraved and handed back in to us ASAP. No trophy returned will result in you being unable to enter this years event,

Codes of conduct forms are due back can you all please return them this week. If you have not been given the forms please see Alli  or Glynis or Vikki,

Thanks

Rmsc

Child Safeguarding Policy Statement

Child Safeguarding Policy Statement

 

Romiley Marina Swimming Club is committed to providing an environment in which all children and young people participating in its activities have a safe and positive experience.

In order to achieve this, RMSC agrees to:

  1. Adopt and implement the policies and procedures in Wavepower.
  2. Recognise that all children participating in RMSC (regardless of age, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, ability or disability) have a right to enjoy their involvement in aquatics in a safe environment and be protected from harm.
  3. Ensure that all individuals who work with children in RMSC, whether paid or voluntary, provide a positive, safe and enjoyable experience for children.
  4. Appoint a welfare officer with the necessary skills and training as outlined by Swim England who will take the lead in dealing with all child safeguarding matters raised within the organisation.
  5. Ensure that the welfare officer’s name and contact details are known to all staff, members and parents of members.
  6. Ensure the welfare officer is available to discuss issues of concern on matters of safeguarding and deal with such concerns appropriately and in line with Wavepower.
  7. Ensure that all individuals who work with children in RMSC have undertaken the appropriate training, have had the relevant DBS checks, and adhere to the required practices for safeguarding as outlined in Wavepower.
  8. Ensure that all individuals who will be working or will work with children in RMSC have been recruited in accordance with the Swim England Safe Recruitment Policy.
  9. Ensure that all individuals who work with children in RMSC have the appropriate training, code of conduct and good practice to follow in line with the guidance in Wavepower.
  10. Provide all members of the organisation and parents of members with the opportunity to raise concerns in a safe and confidential manner if they have a concerns about a child’s welfare.
  11. Ensure that all child safeguarding matters, whether they be concerns about child welfare or protection, are dealt with appropriately in accordance with the guidance for reporting and action in Wavepower.
  12. Ensure that confidentiality is maintained appropriately and in line with the best interests of the child.
  13. Ensure all papers relating to child safeguarding matters are held in a safe and secure manner.