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Coaches resources FAQ

NROC- National Registar of Coaches need to be renewed every few years. Here are the link.

After you complete any learning activity, please upload any screenshots of your course completion (e.g. e-certificate), or record and upload any reflection from your learning (self-guided), or online via SportSync (www.sportsync.sg) under your CCE section of your coach profile, so that we can award you the CCE hours accordingly. You would need to have an ActiveSG account (registration can be done in SportSync itself) or SingPass in order to login to SportSync.

For technical assistance related to SportSync or ActiveSG:

Technical Issues relating to SportSync  –    https://www.sportsync.sg/app/Login/Contact

Technical Issies relating to ActiveSG –  helpme@iappsasia.com  | 6594 1388  |  07:00 – 22:00 (Mon – Sun)

The extension period would be one year from your usage permit date of expiry. For example, if your membership expires on 30 Jun 2020, the new expiry date would be 30 Jun 2021.

Ensure you have the following:

  • Proof of NROC provisional or full membership.
  • For full NROC members, a copy of your certificate of attendance for the Values and Principles in Sports (VSP) workshop.
  • Register with this link.

 

For technical assistance related to SportSync or ActiveSG:

Technical Issues relating to SportSync  –    https://www.sportsync.sg/app/Login/Contact

Technical Issies relating to ActiveSG –  helpme@iappsasia.com  | 6594 1388  |  07:00 – 22:00 (Mon – Sun)

For enrolment of Swimming class, please Sign Up here.

Bill Sweetenham is an elite swimming coach. He has coached Australian, British, Hong Kong and Argentinian national swimming teams. During his career, Sweetenham was Head National Team Coach at five Olympic Games, coached 27 medalists at the Olympic Games and World Championships and nine world record holders. Jozsef Nagy was born and raised in Hungary and may know more about the breaststroke than anyone in the world. Not surprisingly, Jozsef Nagy was a breaststroker himself. He won the Hungarian Jr. National Championship in 1973 and com-peted for Hungary internationally. In 1986, Nagy moved to the United States and began coaching Mike Bar-rowman, the first swimmer to perfect “the wave” by channeling his power into smooth, undulating motions.

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