Equips you with the basic knowledge required to effectively engage, interact with, and teach autistic children within a swimming lesson.
Explores strategies and adaptions to teaching practices that will support participants.
This CPD will give you an introduction to disability swimming. It covers best practice and how to support the inclusion of disabled people in swimming lessons and clubs. Completion of this CPD is a requirement for clubs to achieve SwimMark.
This online webinar will give you an introduction to working with and supporting deaf and hard of hearing swimmers in the aquatic environment.
This e-learning covers two modules: Deaf Friendly Swimming and Visually Impaired Friendly Swimming. It will help ensure that deaf, hard of hearing and visually impaired young people are fully supported in accessing swimming lessons and training.
Looking for the perfect part time student job - have you considered teaching swimming? Looking for a well-paid, flexible, part time job to help support your lifestyle whilst at college or University, with no late nights or drunk customers? Teaching swimming offers all of this and you don’t even have to be a great swimmer! The Institute of Swimming is actively looking for students to become swimming teachers in a bid to solve the national
Ukrainian swimming teachers who have been forced to flee the invasion are being offered the chance to gain a world-renowned qualification free of charge. The Institute of Swimming and Swim England Charity have launched a two-part initiative to help resettle those who have arrived in the UK as part of the Homes for Ukraine and Ukraine Family Sponsorship scheme. A bespoke training offer will allow Ukrainian swimming teachers to gain their Swim
In 2020 we changed our course structure so that everyone who wanted to become a swimming teacher could start their training. We split our courses into theoretical and practical parts, with the theory taking place through interactive zoom webinars and e-learning. Completing theoretical training online has had a positive impact on many. It has allowed people to fit courses around their lifestyle and allowed us to better cater to individual
Tom, is currently undertaking a PhD in Drowning Prevention and Applied Environmental Physiology at Leeds Trinity University. He also works part time as a swimming teacher for Trafford Leisure. Tom explains how drowning prevention has become his mission and his passion... He says: “I have always been a competent swimmer and briefly swam for my school team. Some years later I became aware that I was not able to float well due to
Chloe, 22, has been an assistant swimming coach and teacher since being a teenager. Here, Chloe explains how swimming has had a fundamentally positive impact on her life, her studies and her future career. Chloe says: “I come from a swimming family. My mum and both my grandparents were swimming coaches. I literally grew up by the pool. I learnt to swim and went on to compete for my County at the Welsh and British Masters. I love
It is time to test your swimmer's on their royal waves, tea-sipping and marching ability. The Swim England Learn to Swim Team has created Jubilee inspired activities for all teachers and parents to do in the water with their swimmers. If you would like to download these images and the PDF that provides adaptability, equipment needed, etc please email firstname.lastname@example.org.