ASA Tutor Training Programme
Find out how to become a part of the NEW ASA Educator Workforce
Playing a key role in the future development of teachers/coaches throughout the aquatic disciplines is just one of the rewarding benefits for choosing to become an ASA Licensed Educator.
With an ever expanding array of aquatic qualifications being developed the ASA are looking for individuals with a high level of technical knowledge, who are innovative, driven, passionate and inspiring; to play an integral role in the high quality delivery of ASA qualifications.
- Relevant experience and the appropriate qualification/s specific to the course/s you wish to deliver.
What will the educator training programme entail?
The ASA Educator training programme is bespoke to an individual’s needs and provides extensive developmental support. If you would like detailed information on the programme then please click here
Unfortunately, due to the large number of applications received we have had to close the initial application process at this time. However, if you would like to register your interest for the next available intake please email firstname.lastname@example.org
What do our tutors say?
“I really like the thought of improving the quality of future swimming teachers by developing them and helping them learn.”
“If you are interested in tutor training you should really know your stuff and be keen to make a difference in tutoring the next generation of teachers. It’s really important to ensure that learning is fun and remember to keep the teachers active!”
“No day is ever the same, the people you meet are all very different and someone always teaches me something new.”
“Tutoring means I can do everything I love and share my experiences with others. For me it’s just the best job ever“.
“…being part of such a well known organisation is a good feeling. The flexibility of the role and the ability to fit in with other commitments is important – I’ve been able to work my tutoring around my job as a swimming co-ordinator and swimming teacher.”