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The academy gives those starting a career as a swimming teacher the chance to receive part-funded training of the highest level whilst being matched with a potential employer.
We find that for most the gaining of a qualification is only the start of their swimming journey. The best teachers and coaches are always looking to add to their knowledge and develop their skills.
Life is all about pursuing passions and finding new avenues to make a positive impact. For Jessica Wilson, the journey to becoming a swimming teacher was a life-changing decision that combined her love for working with children and her passion for swimming. Jessica says: "I previously worked in Mental Health & Child Protection in schools and decided that I wanted to do something different whilst still working with children to support their
Ryan, from East Sussex, has been making waves in the world of swimming. He started his aquatic journey at the young age of six, Ryan's passion for the water has not only taken him into the ranks of competitive swimmers but has also steered him towards becoming a swimming teacher. Ryan joined Beacon Swimming Club when he moved to East Sussex and began competing at a regional and national level. It wasn't long before Ryan found
When passion and opportunity collide, the journey to a fulfilling career begins. Meet Kimberley, a mum of three, whose inspiring journey into the world of swimming teaching through the Institute of Swimming Academy is a testament to making the most of every opportunity. Discovering the Institute of Swimming Academy It all began when Kimberley stumbled upon an intriguing advert from the Institute of Swimming on social media. The call to make a
The Institute of Swimming has launched an Inclusive Recruitment Academy to help disabled people become swimming teachers. The Academy, which is being fully-funded by Swim England and UK Sport, is a unique programme offering a tailored approach to training. It will form part of the lasting social impact of the Allianz Para Swimming World Championship in Manchester. The Institute of Swimming’s experienced tutors will work closely with
James Clegg, 29, is a British Paralympic swimmer. At London 2012, James won a bronze medal in the 100m butterfly event. James is registered blind, with around 10% vision. James has recently gained his SEQ Level 1 Swimming Assistant Qualification. Here he shares with us his swimming teaching journey and his plans for the future. James says: “Swimming has always been part of my life. As a child I enjoyed the feeling of being in water. It
Embark on a journey that will complement your studies and open up new opportunities for the future. Summer is the perfect time to take the plunge and become a swimming teacher. This year approximately 1500 enthusiastic individuals like yourself are gearing up to kickstart their training during the summer holidays. With exams behind you, it's time to consider your future path, and teaching swimming could be the ideal option. Flexibility and