What does SWAS do?
SWAS can provide quality training and family support for emerging athletes in the South West region.
The level of specialist training offered by the South West Academy of Sport provides a pathway for athletes aspiring to elite levels of competition.
SWAS provides specialist coaches and training programs within the region.
How can i support SWAS?
You don’t have to be an athlete to be involved with SWAS.
There are numerous ways you can support the academy and its athletes.
Why not come on board as a sponsor? Or volunteer at our next community event?
Get in touch to see how we can team up. We can be contacted on 9795 1783 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Is there eligibility criteria to apply for SWAS programs?
Junior athletes need to meet a set of criteria to be considered for entry into SWAS.
The criteria differs depending on the program. As a general guide, potential SWAS athletes should live in the South West, be aged between 14 and 18, and excel at their chosen sport.
Contact us for criteria relevant to the program you wish your child to be considered for.
How can you apply for SWAS programs?
We’re delighted you are interested in SWAS for your child. Contact us directly for the latest information about applying.
What sports does SWAS have programs for?
We have high performance programs for Australian Rules Football, Hockey and Netball.
Scholarships are offered to people excelling in sports not covered by the above programs.
In addition, we have sprint and golf squads.
Athletes in the partner sport, squad and scholarship programs are given specialised coaching and training in the South West region, as well as sports education in subjects such as sports injury prevention and nutrition.