If you're looking for the best swimming teaching, coaching, and pool plant training, you're in the right place. We're the leading provider of aquatics courses, and we're here to support your career progression.About us
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.
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We work with Swim England to tackle inactivity and improve the health of the nation through swimming.
Become an Open Water Swimming Coach! Open-water swimming has become increasingly popular in recent years and many individuals are looking to become open-water swimming coaches. Becoming an open water swimming coach provides a unique opportunity to share your love of swimming and help others improve their skills and overall health. The Swim England Coaching Open Water Swimming is designed specifically for Swim England Swimming Coaches and
Are you looking for ways to reduce the energy usage and costs of your pool? Well, you're in luck! OLM Consulting has created an energy-saving plan to help you out. With the current climate and increasing pressure on the leisure industry, we understand how important it is to cut back on costs. We can't do much about energy costs, but we can limit the amount used. The first step in their plan is to understand the usage of your pool. Start
Swim England estimated the nationwide shortage of swimming teachers stood at 6,200 at the start of 2022, with demand for swimming lessons still increasing. But the Institute of Swimming is tackling the problem head on and, despite the pandemic, in the last three years has recruited almost 500 swimming teachers to the sector. The Institute of Swimming’s Recruitment Academy programme has revolutionised the way swimming teachers join the
Katrice, 40, has always been involved with swimming, from learning to swim as a child and then swimming competitively at her local club. Katrice started to help the coaches at her swimming club when she was 14 and went on to get her SEQ Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching) qualification when she was 16 and later on her SEQ Level 2. Her club actively encouraged her to do the qualifications as it would help to fund her further studies and
Habiba became a swimming teacher by chance. It wasn’t something she had been thinking of or planning, but she’s very pleased she did. Habiba says: “I started taking some swimming lessons as an adult to improve my stroke and technique, and slowly but surely I realised how much I enjoyed being in the water. It was my own swimming teacher that suggested I should think about training to become a swimming teacher. I was pregnant whilst
Swimming is a valuable life skill that has many physical, emotional, and mental health benefits. Therefore, being a swimming teacher and passing on this life skill is a hugely rewarding role. A swimming teacher doesn't just teach swimming, they enable a lifelong love for physical activity, and the skills they pass on can save lives; But what are the duties of a swimming teacher, and what makes up this exciting role? Legal Requirements and