The outbreak of COVID-19 is impacting our society as a whole. Just like you, our current ways of life are changing every day and we are working hard to support the swimming community.
Government guidance means our pools are closed, but this does not mean your training and development needs to stop. Over the coming weeks, we are providing opportunities for you to keep in touch, expand your knowledge, and start your qualification.
Over the next few months, we will be delivering bespoke online workshops and our popular suite of Swim England Qualifications accredited CPD seminars online as interactive webinars. Our schedule includes new topics and a variety of price points with some 1 hr free workshops and accredited CPDs from £25.
Develops your knowledge, skills and abilities as an assistant swimming teacher.
Builds on the SEQ Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching) qualification, giving you the skills to independently deliver swimming lessons.
This course will allow you to complete the theoretical elements of your qualification online through a series of live virtual classrooms delivered through ZOOM webinars.
This course develops your knowledge, skills and abilities as a swimming teacher for babies and toddlers/pre-school children.
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.
This course will allow you to complete the theoretical elements of your Swim England Assistant Synchronised Swimming Coach certificate online through a series of live virtual classrooms delivered through ZOOM webinars.
We have adapted our coaching courses to make sure you have the opportunity to start your training online. They build on the relevant Swim England Assistant Coach certificate and are delivered through a series of webinars and interactive e-learning.
This course will allow you to complete the theoretical elements online, through interactive activities which will check your understanding as you work through the content. If your current certificate is about expire, you can also revalidate online.
This training programme has been developed to help school teachers, HLTA, school volunteers and PGCE students to gain the skills needed to deliver quality school swimming lessons to meet national curriculum requirements.
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