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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The National Curriculum Training Programme gives you the skills and knowledge to deliver high quality school swimming lessons to make sure your school not only meets but exceeds the national curriculum requirements
Fern Sneddon, 16, is an award-winning member of Tunbridge Wells’ RTW Monson Swimming Club. She has been selected by the Swim England Development Programme, a talent pathway to support and enhance the development of athletes for the Olympics and Paralympics. Fern is also currently on the Youth Performance Programme. Fern’s ambition is to compete at both the 2024 and the 2028 Paralympics. Fern has hypochondroplasia, also known as dwarfism,
Catherine, 18, has been announced as the Youth Volunteer of the Year at the Swim England National Awards. Catherine, originally from Leighton Buzzard, shares with us her volunteering journey and how her love of swimming has made a profound difference to her life. Catherine says: “Swimming has been such an important and constant in my life. I started learning to swim when I was three and joined the swimming club, Linslade
Summarising all the skills you have in a UCAS personal statement or university interview can be a struggle, especially in the 4,000-character limit! We’ve shared a few helpful ideas and suggestions for you to think about including on your application, because, as a swimming teacher, there are so many transferable skills you’ve developed that can wow the University Admissions Tutors and land you a place on your dream course. Daniel
Peter, 56, from Hastings, is working towards his Level Two Swimming Teacher Qualification. Here he talks about his love of swimming and how he will be using his swimming teaching earnings to support his other freelance income. Peter says: “I’ve always loved to swim. I used to work in an architect’s office and every lunch time I would take myself to my local pool. I found that swimming compensated for being bent over a desk
For Wendy, swimming is her life. She has been involved in the sport since she was five years old and now, aged 56, she continues to make an impact in aquatics. Wendy says: “I started swimming with Eastbourne Swimming Club as a child. Fast forward a few decades and I’m still here. I continue to compete in Masters, as well as teaching their Learn to Swim programme, coaching squads, sitting on their committee and, I’m currently
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