Seminars and E-LearningSearch courses
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.
For this reason, we offer a wide range of CPDs and online learning to help you develop your knowledge and skills. All our CPDs ensure you maintain the highest standards as your career progresses.
Each CPD Seminar or E-Learning programme enables you to stay up to date with ever-changing theory, techniques and practices. This gives you the latest insights to keep your sessions fresh and engaging, creating an inclusive learning environment at the same time. Ultimately, the result is better teaching, coaching and brighter prospects for the future of swimming.
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Pool plant operators are the unsung heroes of the swimming pool sector and hugely impact the experience and enjoyment of those that use or work around the water. From ensuring the water is safe to swim in, to creating and maintaining a pleasant environment through an efficiently run plant room, a facilities pool plant operator impacts every single person that enters the pool area. Have you ever wondered how many people a pool plant operator
As a child raised in southern Scotland, Ian dreamt of being a footballer. He admits he was never quite good enough to pursue this professionally, but his love of sport influenced his career choice - leisure was the industry for him. Ian’s long and varied career in leisure means he is well placed to deliver the Institute of Swimming’s acclaimed Pool Plant Operator Training Courses. Here we discover a little more about Ian and his love of
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
The Institute of Swimming has launched a new eLearning opportunity for young people aged 14 and upwards, who are thinking about a career in teaching swimming or looking for volunteering and training opportunities as part of their Duke of Edinburgh award or Swim England Youth Volunteering programme. The Swimming Lesson Helper eLearning training is an ideal opportunity to develop a pathway into aquatics and a career in sports in general and
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,