Senga is an ASA/UKCC level 3 swimming coach, and is licensed at level 3. She has been coaching at Haddington since 2006. In addition she has assisted ELST with Elite Squad. Beyond Haddington and East Lothian, Senga has been assistant coach at the district regional program days. She has also worked with Gary Vandermuelen (Sheppard Swim School ) on and off over the past 12 years
Susan Taylor Lead Coach Marlins
Email Susan is an ASA/UKCC level 2 qualified swimming teacher & Coach. She taught swimming in an International School in Dubai and was also assistant coach at Swim Arena Dubai Club. One of our longest serving coaches, she develops sessions to help our Marlins stay fit
Demi Borthwick Lead Coach Minnows & Skills Squad email: firstname.lastname@example.org Demi is a qualified ASA/UKCC Level 2 coach, previously a coach at Islay & Jura she brings with her the experience of being a swimmer herself ( in California USA) and coaching experience from Islay. Demi works with the kids to develop the skills they need to become strong confident swimmers and incorporates skill progression to help them compete
Mitchell Anderson Lead Coach Blue Fins
email: email@example.com Mitchell joins us as a recently retired performance swimmer, having swam for Tranent ASC & ELST. Currently working towards UKCC Level 2 and NPLQ qualified, Mitchell is studying sport & exercise science at Abertay university, He has been a poolside helper and assistant coach since age 13 with current ELST head coach. Mitchell works with the kids to building their technique and stamina
Andrew McKnight Lead Coach Jack Macks
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Andrew is a licensed level 2 UKCC qualified coach and qualified lifeguard. Andrew is an ex-performance level swimmer having joined Haddington at 8 years old. With many years of experience swimming and his focus on technique he is an essential part of the Coaching team.
UKCC Level 1 Coaches
Angus de Burgh
As accomplished swimmers themselves, some of our older members (14 – 18 yrs.) assist on poolside under the supervision of qualified coaches. They are excellent role models for the younger swimmers and enable the coaches to provide each swimmer with more individual attention. In addition, it is an excellent way to develop the older swimmer’s coaching skills and encourages them to remain active within the Club as they move into adulthood.