Swim England Swimming Coach - Blended Learning Whole Course

This course develops your knowledge, skills and abilities as a swimming teacher. It builds on the Assistant Swimming Coach certificate and gives you the skills to independently plan and deliver coaching sessions.

Blended Learning is a more flexible approach where you complete the theoretical elements through a series of Zoom sessions followed by assessment tasks and practical delivery of coaching sessions.

Who is the course designed for?

Anyone who has a Swim England Assistant Swimming Coach certificate who wants to become an independent coach.

This Course delivery will consist of:

  • 6 x Zoom Webinars - During these sessions, the tutor will cover the theory topics and assessment materials with you.
  • Three practical assessment sessions at the pool – these will consist of a meet and greet, planning and preparation, session delivery, peer observations and feedback. You will then also need to complete evaluations and an action plan.
  • Post course planning - following on frim the completion of your practical element you will be required to complete and submit a number of assessment tasks these include; ADD IN .

Course content

The course is delivered through a mixture of Zoom sessions, assessment activities and practical poolside learning. You will participate in training sessions, coaching swimmers at county standard and above, to gain hands on practical experience.

You will learn about:

  • Roles and responsibilities of a Swimming Coach
  • Impact of the Athlete Development Support Pathway in competitive swimming
  • Scientific principles of competitive swimming
  • Competitive swimming skills
  • Types of training used to develop swimmers
  • Planning, delivery and evaluation of a series of sessions
  • Effective management in training and competition
  • Communication skills within the swimming coaching environment
  • Motivational techniques
  • Developing swimming skills and competitive swimming strokes
  • Evaluating swimmer progress
  • Reflecting and evaluating on own performance
  • Planning for professional development

Course payment

If you are eligible to receive the Swim England Member Offer please contact your regional Swim England office to access this. If you book onto the course and discover you are eligible for the offer we will be unable to provide you with a refund.

Location

Venue

Ernest Bevin College

Address

Beechcroft Road, London, SW17 7DF

Region

London

Course Details

  • Awarding Body Swim England
  • Course Type Coaching Swimming
  • Training Format Blended

Further Details

Course Start Date
7th October 2022
Number of Places
9 Remaining (Total: 11)
Tutor Name
Michael Gallagher
Closing Date
29th September 2022
Duration
See description
Training Format
Blended

Itinerary

Start
7th October 2022
End
7th October 2022
Venue
Online
Start
8th October 2022
End
8th October 2022
Venue
Online
Start
15th October 2022
End
15th October 2022
Venue
Online
Start
21st October 2022
End
21st October 2022
Venue
Online
Start
22nd October 2022
End
22nd October 2022
Venue
Online
Start
28th October 2022
End
28th October 2022
Venue
Online
Start
29th October 2022
End
29th October 2022
Venue
Online
Start
25th November 2022
End
25th November 2022
Venue
Ernest Bevin College
Beechcroft Road,
London,
SW17 7DF
Start
2nd December 2022
End
2nd December 2022
Venue
Ernest Bevin College
Beechcroft Road,
London,
SW17 7DF
Start
9th December 2022
End
9th December 2022
Venue
Ernest Bevin College
Beechcroft Road,
London,
SW17 7DF

Prerequisites

You must be at least 18 years of age at the start of the course.

You must have one of the following qualifications:

ASA Level 1 Coaching Swimming or equivalent post 1994
If you are unsure if your qualification meets the pre-requisites, please check with the Institute of Swimming on 01509 640640
Learners need:
- to have been coaching in the last 3 months on a regular basis
- to be linked to a swimming club with access to 3 sessions per week for off course assessment
- to have access to swimmers that sit within 2 different stages of the ADSP (Athlete Development Support Pathway) i.e training to train and above over the course of a 6 week mesocycle
- to work with a coaching assistant
- to have knowledge and experience of current coaching best practices

Assessment Type

Practical, Workbook, Post Course Assignment

Disclaimer

Course times are subject to change. These will be confirmed nearer to the course start date. These will be confirmed nearer to the course start date. Learners must attend all of the sessions listed, unless you are advised otherwise by your course tutor.

This qualification is delivered and assessed in English.

You have 12 months from the start date of the course to complete this full qualification.

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Price per place £620

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