SWIMCON 22 Starts in:
SWIMCON22 by Swim Coaches and Teachers Australia delivers a diverse mix of inspirational keynote speakers, engaging masterclasses, coaching stream, teaching stream, swim school stream, swim course practical workshops and additional activities, such as the SWIMCON Golf Tournament at Royal Pines and the Swim Australia Swim School Tour. Enjoy a range of networking and social activities throughout the conference.
SWIMCON 22 is Australia’s premiere Swim Industry Conference where we look forward to providing an opportunity for our swim community to reconnect with each other; cultivate their coaching and teaching skills through professional development sessions; and to celebrate the achievements of our peers within the industry at the SWIMCON 22 Awards Dinner.
SWIMCON 2022 returns to the Gold Coast at Sea World Resort from Saturday 17th September – Tuesday 20th September.
Lisa McInnes-SmithKeynote Speaker
Lisa’s journey to understand high achievement immersed her in Sports Psychology and Human Performance. She studied the psychology of achievement, determined to take it to people in all walks of life. After thirty years working in corporations, SME’s and other business organisations, Lisa knows what it takes for people to change – to change direction, change attitude, change behaviour and change outcomes.
Marakye JonkersKeynote Speaker
Paralympic multi-medal-winning swimmer (3 medals at 3 Games) and Sporting Dreams founder Marayke Jonkers shares the secrets of her Peak Performance Mindset to help your swimmers achieve their own Gold Medal Life.
Peta Searle (OAM)Keynote Speaker
Ms Peta Searle (OAM) is an agent of change within the sporting community. When it comes to achieving gender equality, both on and off the field, Peta is recognised as a strong role model challenging and transforming perceptions of women and leaders in sport. Throughout her career, Peta has challenged the notion that male sports require male coaches and leaders by becoming the first female to coach in the AFL at St. Kilda Football Club. Peta developed and coached the St. Kilda AFLW team into as successful entry in the AFLW.