An apprenticeship in leisure could take you on a journey to start an amazing career. Earn whilst you learn, gain valuable knowledge skills and qualifications to equip you in your career.Find out more
Institute of Swimming, in partnerships with Creative Sport & Leisure, Future Fit Training and RLSS offer the following apprenticeships
These apprenticeships allow you access to high-quality training whilst being employed in the leisure industry, kick starting your career.
If you are over 16, not in full-time education and live in England you can apply for an apprenticeship.
As an apprentice you will train, get paid and learn at the same time, gaining hands-on experience in your role. You’re an employee with a contract of employment and holiday leave and at the end of the apprenticeship, you will be equipt with the skills and knowledge for your career.
Apply to become an apprentice with Creative Sport and Leisure, Future Fit, Institute of Swimming and RLSS.
Lisa, 52, is on her way to becoming a fully qualified swimming teacher. Here she explains how she discovered swimming and how she plans to use her Institute of Swimming qualifications to inspire others. Lisa works full time as a psychology teacher and is a Year 12 lead in a secondary school in Milton Keynes. Since September, she has been working as a swimming teaching assistant, helping in lessons for a couple of hours in the evenings and on
Miles, who is 20 years old, is on his way to qualifying as a Swimming Teacher. The qualification comes after a devastating rare cancer diagnosis forced him to rethink his future. Here, Miles tells us his inspirational story, how brain cancer changed his life and how he is rebuilding his future, with positivity and hope. Miles, from Surrey, was just 16 when he became ill. He says: “I just didn’t feel right. I was constantly tired, I was
Bronwen, 69, has worked as a part time swimming teacher at Mytime’s The Spa at Beckenham for the last three and a half years. Here she explains how she rediscovered her love of swimming, and balances her swimming teaching job alongside a city corporate role. Bronwen says: “When I was young, I used to love to swim and would participate in as many galas as I could. However, regrettably that all stopped when real life got in the way. Work,
Bethany, 21, is mid-way through her SEQ Level 2 Teaching Swimming Qualification. Here she explains how being a swimming teaching assistant has helped with her studies and how she will be using her Level Two Qualification to continue her formal education. Bethany says: “I’ve always loved swimming and as a child I was given ‘free’ swimming lessons from trainee swimming teachers whilst they were studying for their qualifications. I
Katrice shares with us her swimming journey and the efforts she is taking to make swimming more inclusive and diverse. Katrice Rodrigues, 40, works for the Institute of Swimming as a Swim England Tutor, training new swimming teachers up and down the country. Here, Katrice shares with us her swimming journey and the efforts she is taking to make swimming more inclusive and diverse. Katrice says: “Swimming has always been part of my life. I
Elliott, has been a swimming teacher for 12 years, swimming coach for 5 years, and now owns Heathfield Swim School and Swim Stars South East. Elliott explains how he went from being scared of the water to building a full-time career in teaching and coaching swimming. Elliott used to have a fear of swimming at a young age, however, throughout his childhood his confidence in the water grew. He participated in swimming lessons and completed all