The 11th Nordic Conference in Elementary Swimming Teaching ended today Sunday April 22nd. Hopefully you all had a good trip back home.
We urge you to fill out the Evaluation Form, so the next conference in Stockholm will be even better. Fill the form out her.
If you would like a copy of the final picture, shown above, you find it in a small and large format here.
You will also see further coverage of the conference at:
First edition of our info folder are now available for download. The folder will be distributed in our welcome pack, when you arrive at the conference.
Download the folder here.
Well, to answer a complex question in few words: Changing!
If you though would like to check the weather forecast for the days of the conference these website linked below are considered the most reliable, however the Faroe islanders believe what they see, and nothing else, so check every hour to be sure.
Those of you who read this newletter from the start, know how important sheeps are to the Faroe Islands. Of course wool is a big part of Faroese fashion. The famous duo Guðrun&Guðrun only use faroese materials in their fashion. The duo is among other thing well know for the “Star-Sweater” from danish television serial “Forbrydelsen”.
Read more about Guðrun&Guðrun
What a joy to welcome so many participants to our 11th Nordic Conference in Elementary Swimming Teaching. We are happy to tell you, that everybody on the waitinglist has gotten a place at the conference. As we say in the Faroe Islands: Har tað er hjartarúm, er húsrúm. It roughly translates to: If there is room in your heart, there is room in your home!
This will be the biggest Nordic Conference in Elementary Swimming Teaching ever, and the beautiful Faroe Islands are ready to welcome you to the Experience of a Life Time!
Seven days, that’s all! In seven days we’ll all be gathered in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands! Everybody who ordered travelpack should have received an email with thire flightticket directly for Atlantic Airways. If not, check your spamfilter for mail from firstname.lastname@example.org. If not there, send an email to email@example.com and request a copy. Those seven lonely days, might be seven busy days for us that organizing this conference. However may we invite you to enjoy Patsy Kline with “Seven lonely days” here on Youtube.com!
See who has registered here.
We’ve now reached our full capacity, and are not accepting any more reservation.
If you would like to be put on our waiting list, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 11th Nordic Conference in Elementary Swimming Teaching is approching fast. Today February 17 we are 62 days from the start of our Conference. The entry lists are now on 160+ participants, both Faroese and non Faroese. We do have participants on waiting list, as we have filled Hotel Føroyar.
We are now working on the last details to make your stay in the Faroe Islands an Experience of a Life Time!
In view of the overwhelming turnout we’ve picked an other morning photo by Johnny Thomassen taken from the top of the highest Faroese mountain, Slættaratind 882m.
See the lists with participants here.
All the pool session will be at the Swimming Pool close by the Nordic House (850m). The Pool was inaugurated in 1982 and has 175,000 visitors every year. In Faroe Islands there are three 25 meter pools, twelve 16 2/3 meter and four pools in odd sizes from 10-16 meter .
See Google Maps with directions from Hotel Føroyar, the Nordic House and Svimjihøllin í Gundadali.
The last day of January we are reaching the limit at the Hotel Føroyar, we might be able to squeeze a couple of participants in still. The number of non-faroese particitants are 120+, and still rising. Thank you very much for your interest.
So let us enjoy this wonderful view the photographer Johnny Thomassen has captured, as the sun rises over Nólsoy, the island that shields the harbour of Tórshavn
You should all have received confirmation and invoice in e-mail, if this it not the case please mail us at email@example.com.
It is possible to view the list with non-faroese particpants on our homepage.
List of non-faroese participants