This new webinar will give you an introduction to working with deaf swimmers in the aquatic environment.
The session is broken down into two parts –
This section will cover technology, terminology and adapting games/ activities and the considerations to make when teaching people who are deaf/ hard of hearing.
This section will cover basic fingerspelling and signs including introductions, aquatic skills, instruction and feedback.
You will need to have your camera on for the duration of the session so you can practice the signs and receive feedback from your tutor to make sure you are performing them correctly.
If you haven’t already, we would suggest taking the free Institute of Swimming’s Deaf friendly Swimming e-learning introduction before attending this webinar.
This workshop will be delivered online as a webinar.
A webinar is an interactive online seminar that is led by the tutor and allows participants in different locations to be guided through the course content, hear the presenter, ask questions and be involved in group text discussions.
All our webinars are hosted on Zoom. We have created a guide to Zoom webinars to help you prepare.
Start22nd June 2020
End22nd June 2020
You must be at least 16 years of age at the start of the course.
Course times are subject to change. These will be confirmed nearer to the course start date.
Bookings must be made through the account of the individuals attending the training.