Government guidance means our pools and clubs are closed so we have specifically adapted our Swimming, Diving, and Water Polo Assistant Coach courses to make sure everyone has the opportunity to start their training.Search courses
Government guidance means our pools and clubs are closed, but this does not mean our coaching certificates should stop. We have adapted our Swimming, Diving, and Water Polo Assistant Coach blended learning courses to make sure everyone has the opportunity to start their training.
Our Assitant Coach blended learning courses will allow you to complete the theoretical elements of your certificate online through interactive activities, which will be assessed as you work through the course.
The specialist online learning is split into bite-sized pieces, so you don’t have to do it all in one go. This will mean you can work through the course online at home, at your own pace, over the coming weeks.
To supplement your online learning you will be invited to an optional webinar. The webinar is an opportunity to ask any questions and share your experience of the training so far with your tutor and others who have begun their online training.
We will then arrange your practical training days once the leisure centres and clubs have reopened. Your practical poolside learning will include supporting at least three training sessions to gain hands-on practical experience.
To allow as many people to start training during these exceptional times, we are splitting the course fee into two separate payments.
When you start the course and begin your online learning, you will only have to pay £100.
Once the pools and clubs reopen and we can book your practical days, we will arrange your final payment.
Who is the course designed for?
Anyone who wants to take the first step to become a coach or interested in supporting a coach in a club environment.