In 1981, Fred started the CREST SWIMMING, a registered competitive swim club in Canada. It is a non-profit club opens to all. It provides the youth and young adults with the opportunity to train and develop competitive swimmers at the highest level of excellence. With the cultural diversity of the community, Fred is able to help, support, and promote swimming among new immigrant swimmers and swim coaches. He provides free assistance to immigrants who are having difficulties in their immigration affairs with the help of elected officials in the community and reputable immigration lawyers. As the head coach of his swim team, he is very active in community work and committed to several local causes and organizations including fundraising efforts for the swim club and other organizations in the community. In 1993 and at the present time, Fred pursued, developed and produced Provincial and National Age Group champions and record breakers, senior swimmers that made U.S. Open, Canadian Nationals, Olympic Trials leading them to the World Cup and World Championship and led the team to the Division II and Division I Team Championships and coached the Ontario Tour Team in several high level competitions in the U.S.A. In 1996, he was awarded the Coach of the Year Award in the province of Ontario. Fredís enthusiasm to coach in swimming made him to continue learning and update himself by attending numerous ASCA and CSCTA seminars and conferences with notable coaches such as Eddie Reese, Dr. David Salo, Dr. Ernest Maglischo, Jim Fowlie, Dr. Jeno Tihanyi, Pierre Lefontaine,
and Jan Olbrecht.
In 2007, Coach Fred attended the FINA International Coaches Conference and Workshops certified by FINA President Mustapha Larfaoui held in Toronto (Ontario), Canada coordinated by Bill Sweetenham, Pierre Lafontaine, and Istvan Balyi and awarded by the Canadian Swimming Coaches and Teachers Association and Speedo with the Domestic Excellence Award for coaching one or more swimmers to a National Championships in December, 2007.