Government guidance means our pools and clubs are closed, but this does not mean our coaching certificates should stop.
We have adapted this course to make sure you have the opportunity to start your training. It builds on the Swim England Assistant Swimming Coach certificate and allows you to complete the theoretical elements of your certificate online through a series of ZOOM webinars and interactive e-learning.
The webinars will be led by your tutor and you will be guided through the course content along with others on your course. You will be involved in group activities, able to ask questions and interact with others.
The webinar itinerary can be seen below. The first webinar will help you kick-off your studies. You will be guided through the structure of the course and how to access and start your e-learning.
The following six webinars will last around three hours each and you will have time in-between to complete set tasks and sections of your e-learning.
Our specialist online learning which is split into bite-sized pieces so you can work through these elements of the course online at home, at your own pace.
We will then arrange your practical training days once the leisure centres and clubs have reopened. Your practical poolside learning will include at least six training sessions, coaching swimmers at county standard and above, to gain hands-on practical experience.
To allow as many people to start training during these exceptional times, we are splitting the course fee into two separate payments.
When you start the course and begin your online learning, you will only have to pay £250.
Once the leisure centres and clubs reopen and we can book your practical days and arrange your final payment. (full RRP £620)
This course builds on the Swim England Assistant Swimming Coach certificate, developing your knowledge, skills and abilities ahead of becoming an independent swimming coach.
You will learn about:
- Roles and responsibilities of a Swimming Coach
- Impact of the Athlete Development Support Pathway in competitive swimming
- Scientific principles of competitive swimming
- Competitive swimming skills
- Types of training used to develop swimmers
- Planning, delivery and evaluation of a series of sessions
- Effective management in training and competition
- Communication skills within the swimming coaching environment
- Motivational techniques
- Developing swimming skills and competitive swimming strokes
- Evaluating swimmer progress
- Reflecting and evaluating on own performance
- Planning for professional development
Who is the course designed for?
Anyone who has a Swim England Assistant Swimming Coach certificate who wants to become an independent coach.
- How to Enrol:
- Click book on course or use the contact details below.
You must be at least 18 years of age at the start of the course.
Swim England Assistant Swimming Coach
Swim England Assistant Swimming Coach – Blended Learning
Institute of Swimming
- 01509 640640