A pilot took place in the months of March and April, in which extra training was offered on Friday evenings. This pilot has now ended. It has been decided not to continue training on Friday evening. Members have received an email with information about this.
Publiced Wednesday 10 May 2023
Due to various holidays in April and May, there will be no training on the following days:
April 7 (Good Friday)
April 10 (Easter Monday)
April 27 (King's Day)
May 4 no swim practice, shorter waterpolo practice (remembrance day)
May 5 (Liberation Day)
May 18 (Ascension Day)
May 29 (White Monday)
On May 24th, there will be no practice because of work in the pool.
Publiced Thursday 30 March 2023
Last season, the board and the AVG working group worked hard on an updated version of the privacy statement, including an English version of the statement. The new version of the privacy statement can be read here. Consult the privacy statement regularly to know how Het Zinkstuk handles your data.
Besides that the Code of Conduct has had an adjustment. You can read the new Code of Conduct here.
Publiced Tuesday 6 September 2022
Welcome to Het Zinkstuk's website!
Information about becoming a member can be found on this page.
We recommend coming to a free practice training. You can do so three times and it is necessary to sign up for it on this page.
See you soon in the pool!
Publiced Monday 5 September 2022
For some time now, money has been raised for the member initiative through SponsorKliks on the website. To request a member initiative follow the steps described here. At this moment there is €3.19 available for the initiative, after requesting €620 on the End of Year AV! Do you want to help raise this amount? Then install the plug-in of SponsorKliks via the website!
Publiced Tuesday 19 July 2022
Would you like to share something with the board, but don't know how? Then leave a comment on this anonymous questionnaire. You can also send an e-mail to email@example.com or contact us in person. Do you want to share something, but don't want to talk about it with the board? Then you can always contact the Supervisory Board (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Publiced Thursday 13 January 2022
From this season, the KNZB made it obligatory for all officials within the association to have a certificate of conduct. When the association meets a number of requirements, including having a code of conduct, the certificates of conduct are free. Having a code of conduct is in line with our aim to improve the safety within the association. Therefore, we have drawn up a code of conduct for Het Zinkstuk. This code gives insight in what every member can do to ensure a safe sports environment. Click here to code the code of conduct.
If you have any questions, send an email to email@example.com.
Publiced Tuesday 17 November 2020