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Levelling the Deck podcast – Series 1 | ep02

Swimming with disability - Brendon Keogh with Jeremy Tidy.

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Levelling the Deck podcast – Series 1 | ep01

Gender Equity in Swim Coaching - hosted by Michael Woods, Inclusive Sport Design

The Levelling the Deck Podcast aims to promote inclusivity and equity in the world of swim coaching and teaching. ​ In this episode, our host Michael Woods leads a discussion on inclusion and equity for women in swim coaching. Our guests Joanne Love, Janelle Pallister, Marty Roberts, and Ash Delaney share their experiences and insights on the challenges faced by women in the swim coaching industry.

Some of the topics covered in the episode include:

  • The current landscape for women in sport and swimming coaching ​
  • The barriers and biases faced by women in the coaching profession ​
  • Strategies for creating a more equitable and inclusive coaching environment
  • The role of men in advancing gender equity in swimming

About our guests:

  • Joanne Love: Australian Dolphin, elite coach and researcher ​
  • Janelle Pallister: Australian Dolphin and Co-Coach at the Gold Coast High Performance Hub
  • Marty Roberts: Australian Dolphin and Head Coach of the Canberra Paralympic High Performance Hub ​
  • Ash Delaney: Australian Dolphin and Head Coach  ​

the.Field The Benefits of Disability-Inclusive Hiring

The webinar outlines some common barriers that both employers and candidates face during the recruitment process, as well as some actionable insights that hiring managers can incorporate into their strategies.

the.Field were joined by Nicolas Keller from Mercando, who shared insight into why he chooses to use the.Field to hire more inclusively. Mercando is a company that connects community members to independent gardeners who are focused on promoting social and environmental causes.

the.FieldThe Benefits of Disability-Inclusive Hiring

The webinar outlines some common barriers that both employers and candidates face during the recruitment process, as well as some actionable insights that hiring managers can incorporate into their strategies.

the.Field were joined by Nicholas Kellar from Mercando, who shared insight into why he chooses to use the.Field to hire more inclusively. Mercando is a company that connects community members to independent gardeners who are focused on promoting social and environmental causes.

Webinar 02

The first step to understanding diversity and inclusion is to reassess and be more aware of how we use language. A Glossary of Terms can help.

the.FieldThe Benefits of Disability-Inclusive Hiring

The webinar outlines some common barriers that both employers and candidates face during the recruitment process, as well as some actionable insights that hiring managers can incorporate into their strategies.

the.Field were joined by Nicholas Kellar from Mercando, who shared insight into why he chooses to use the.Field to hire more inclusively. Mercando is a company that connects community members to independent gardeners who are focused on promoting social and environmental causes.

Webinar 02

The first step to understanding diversity and inclusion is to reassess and be more aware of how we use language. A Glossary of Terms can help.

Six Steps to Levelling the Deck

There are 6 practical steps we can all take to make sure that everyone feels welcome in our swimming community.

Webinars and Podcasts

Learn from and hear the perspectives of industry leaders in a range of diversity and inclusion topics. 

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Levelling the Deck requires practical action. The decisions we make, and the actions we choose, can make our swim community more welcoming.

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