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PREMIER TRAINING Tel: +44 (0)845 190 9091 www.premierglobal.co.uk/corporate


“BADMINTON England can net you an extra £130k of revenue p/a”


VISIT STAND H385 for a profitable chat • New membership leads


• Increased court bookings • Additional revenue streams


Gold standard fitness education for your team. When it comes to fitness education no-one does it better than Premier Training. Whether you’re interested in CPD courses or up-skilling your team to level 2, 3 and 4, Premier have the right choice of courses. Staff can be trained in-house, at one of the 40 Premier venues nationwide or through online study, and with funding available, investing in training couldn’t be easier SECTION: HEALTH & FITNESS


REGISTER OFAQUATIC PROFESSIONALS Tel: +44 (0)20 7632 2022 www.aquaticregister.org


RAPs has been created to enhance professionalism in the aquatics industry. This new aquatic register has been developed in partnership with the major aquatic organisations: ASA, RLSS and STA. For the first time, a Single Qualification Framework has been produced in this industry. Join RAPs in the Keynote Theatre on 26th September, 11:30 – 12:15. This is your chance to find out more about this new aquatic register and the benefits it can bring to your organisation. The RAPs team will be on hand to address your key questions and queries. Visit RAPs at P416 www.aquaticregister.org SECTION: POOL & SPA


SAFE SPACE LOCKERS Tel: +44 (0)7557 365669 www.safespacelockers.co.uk


Whether you’re just looking to upgrade a small bank of lockers, refurbish an existing changing area or develop one from concept, we work with you to select from a vast array of locker and washroom options so that they fit your space, timeframe and budget. Safe Space Lockers also supply 3D rendering and video fly-through to help customer visualise their new changing rooms prior to committment – all part of our comprehensive service. SECTION: HEALTH & FITNESS


SPLASHABOUT LTD Tel: +44 (0)845 528 0831 www.splashabout.com


Splash About is home to the UK’s best-selling reuseable swim nappy, ‘The Happy Nappy’. It’s the only swim nappy that’s insisted upon by 99% of UK swimming schools because it’s so effective. It reduces the cost of pool cleaning by preventing costly ‘poo’ accidents and eliminates the risk of filter clogs from disposable swim nappy fibres. For cleaner, more cost-effective pools, see Splash About, LIW Hall 4 Stand P324. SECTION: SPORT


STA Tel: +44 (0)1922 645097 www.sta.co.uk


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COME JOIN THE REVOLUTION AT LIW 2013. LIW 2013 will play host to a number of exciting new launches for STA. From the re-launch of STA’s International Learn to Swim Programme to STAadmin.co.uk, a new corporate identity and the new STA Swim Zone, the world’s largest swimming teaching and lifesaving organisation is set to take centre stage at LIW 2013. STA will also


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