Swim BC Fee
The Campbell River Killer Whales Swim Club is sanctioned by SwimBC and Swimming Canada. Every swimmer that is registered with the club must pay a yearly SwimBC insurance fee in order to participate in club activities. The SwimBC fee is valid from September 1st to August 31st. The amount is set annually by SwimBC and varies according to the age of the swimmer, as of December 31st. One hundred percent of the SwimBC fee collected by the club is remitted to SwimBC.
There are two main categories of swimmer: Pre-Competitive and Competitive
This includes swimmers who are enrolled in fitness, learn to swim programs (Mini Whales), or other development programs and who do not wish to participate in sanctioned competitions. Pre-competitive swimmers can compete as exhibition in one sanctioned event per season (this includes a meet or time trial). If swimmers wish to compete in more sanctioned competitions, they can be upgraded to the Competitive category.
This registration allows swimmers to take part in unlimited sanctioned events and competitive initiatives.
What does this fee provide?
- Swim BC and Swimming Canada registration;
- comprehensive member insurance coverage, including:
- commercial general liability coverage;
- sport accident insurance;
- directors and officers (D&O) liability insurance.
- club management resources and communications;
- coaching development (NCCP and professional development);
- governance and policy development resources;
- BC Swimming Congress (Coaches Conference, Club Development Series, Officials Symposium, Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet, Swim BC AGM);
- divisional competitions & provincial championships;
- competition sanctioning and oversight;
- Safe Sport initiatives and education;
- officials development;
- comprehensive technical programming.
Further information on this can be found on the SwimBC website at swimbc.ca or by contacting SwimBC.