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CLM enjoys a week of success in Rotorua
Facility managers CLM have achieved a remarkable level of success this week at the 2018 New Zealand Recreation Association (NZRA) Waves Conference and The 2018 AUSTSWIM’s Aotearoa Awards.
The week commenced with CLM's SwimMagic swimming school division enjoying a fantastic night at the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Awards.
Kirstie Nash from Massey Park Pool won the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Teacher of Infant and Preschool Award, Jeni Tamboer from Whangarei Aquatic Centre won the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety and Lisa Stove from Richmond Aquatic Centre won the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Presenter of the Year.
Commenting on this success, a CLM spokesperson advised “these awards are a great recognition for the outstanding work each of these stars have done over a number of years in their respective communities.”
CLM's winning week continued at the NZRA Waves Conference in Rotorua.
Team CLM took out The Lifeguard Team of the Year award for the second year running with team members from across the country including Whangarei Aquatic Centre, Otahuhu Pool and Leisure Centre, Riverside Pool and Richmond Aquatic Centre and Point Erin Pool.
Kanae Atsumi also won a Merit award in the Lifeguard of the Year Competition, described as a “fantastic acknowledgement for her dedication and commitment”.
CLM Chief Executive Craig Carter is extremely proud of the achievements over the last week, stating “the success our team has received over the last week is an acknowledgment to many hours of dedication across a number of years, CLM is privileged to have a team of such talented professionals across our network. We strive to be the leaders in leisure and recreation in New Zealand and these awards highlight our commitment to achieving this. ”
Operating for over 20 years CLM manages facilities, works in local communities and delivers Tertiary University papers from Whangarei in the North to Nelson and Richmond in the south.
The Waves Conference saw organisations with aquatic industry roles in New Zealand combine the New Zealand Recreation Association’s JAWS (Just Add Water Seminar), the AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Conference and the New Zealand Lifeguard Championships together for the first time.
Images: CLM team members welcome thier multiple award (top) and Kanae Atsumi (below).
9th July 2018 - NZRA highlights achievements in aquatics
5th July 2018 - Celebrations to mark 10 years of CLM’s SwimMagic swim school
21st March 2018 - New Zealand aquatic conferences combine
17th January 2018 - New signage aims to reduce drowning incidents in New Zealand public pools
11th December 2017 - Rotorua Aquatic Centre staff transition to CLM
8th September 2017 - Concern over declining swimming skills among New Zealand children
10th August 2017 - NZRA: ‘New Zealand’s aquatics industry and pool lifeguards are not failing’
2nd December 2016 - CLM’s Marketing Manager acknowledged as emerging recreation leader
22nd November 2016 - Community Leisure Management facilities acknowledged at NZRA Awards
31st July 2015 - CLM launches first wholly owned aquatic and fitness facility
18th May 2011 - CLM’s SwimMagic teaches over 11,000 swimmers each week
4th April 2011 - Austswim training launches in New Zealand
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