Principles for the Organisation of FINA Clinics

1. REGULATIONS FOR THE ORGANISATION OF A FINA CLINIC

1.1 There may be no more than one (1) clinic organised per member Federation, per year, as part of the FINA Development Programme.

1.2 Once a year, at the occasion of a Regional or Continental Competition, no more than four (4) clinics, either for coaches, judges or referees, may be organised. These clinics must be proposed by a Continental Organisation.

1.3 The minimum duration of a Clinic will be 5 (five) days and the maximum duration will be ten (10) days.

1.4 The exact dates of the Clinic must be communicated to the FINA Office minimum 60 days prior to the beginning of the Clinic.


2. ECONOMICAL SUPPORT

2.1 LECTURER

Only one (1) lecturer per clinic, if possible from the same continent or region.

2.1.1 Travel:

FINA will provide the lecturers travel expenses (economy fare) if the Organising Federation does not.

2.1.2 Per Diem:

FINA will provide a per diem of US$ 100.00 per day including travel days as pocket money.

2.1.3 Accommodation:

FINA will provide full board, including three (3) meals, up to US$ 100.00 per day if the Organising Federation does not.

2.2 PARTICIPANTS

2.2.1 Travel:

Each National Federation must cover the participants travel expenses.

2.2.2 Accommodation:

FINA will provide US$ 30.00 per day, per person for a maximum of ten (10) days, for up to 20 foreign participants coming from outside of the country where the clinic is held, to assist with lodging expenses. Please note that these participants must provide a letter from their respective National Federation confirming their nomination to attend the clinic and the hosting federation must provide a list of clinic participants with their signatures as proof of attendance.

Accommodation assistance will only be paid for participants coming from the same continent or region.

This regulation does not apply for clinics which are held in conjunction with a Continental or Regional Competition.

2.3 CLINIC ORGANISATION

2.3.1 FINA may support up to two (2) clinics, with a maximum of US$ 500.00 for the following:

- Production of booklets or pamphlets

- Room rental

- Rental of audio & visual equipment

- Other necessary materials for the clinic

2.3.2 For more than two (2) clinics, FINA will provide up to a maximum of US$ 1,000.00 for the items mentioned above

2.4 REIMBURSEMENT PROCEDURE

In order to be reimbursed for the expenses mentioned above, the original receipt(s), a copy of the flight ticket as well as the bank details where the transfer should be deposited must be sent to the FINA Office in Lausanne, Switzerland. Only original receipts received within 60 days from the conclusion of the clinic will be reimbursed.

Expenses for the participants from other countries will be reimbursed upon receipt of the letter from their respective Federation requested under Clause 2.2.2. Please note that in the FINA's auditor ruling there are no exceptions to the reimbursement procedure.

 

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FINA Schools and Certifications for Officials

Officials


FINA Schools for Officials (Judges and Referees) are intended to provide training and certification to judges and referees in all aquatic disciplines.

The purpose of FINA Schools is to: 

- Increase the number of officials and enhance the quality of officiating;

- Create uniform interpretation and application of rules across all aquatic disciplines, thus raising the quality of refereeing;

- Develop and promote aquatics worldwide.


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FINA Clinics for Officials

Officials


FINA Clinics for Officials (Judges and Referees) are intended to help National Federations provide training to judges and referees in all aquatic disciplines through courses led by an FINA expert. 

The purpose of FINA Clinics for Officials is to:

- Provide the best education and training to judges and referees in order to support successful performances in the pool.

- Create uniform interpretation and application of rules across all aquatic disciplines, thus raising the quality of refereeing;

- Develop and promote aquatics worldwide.


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FINA Clinics for Coaches

Coaches


FINA Clinics for Coaches are intended to train coaches of all levels through courses led by an FINA expert.

The purpose of FINA Clinics for Coaches is to:

- Provide basic training to coaches through courses in their respective disciplines;

- Allow for a ‘standardisation’ of the training given to coaches around the world, providing a quality and performance benchmark for National Federations; 

- Provide the best education and training to coaches in order to support successful performances in the pool.


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