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This online learning will support you in delivering practical sessions that focus on the development of front crawl technique.
This online learning will support you in delivering practical sessions that focus on the development of backstroke technique.
This online learning will support you in delivering practical sessions that focus on the development of breaststroke technique.
This online learning will support you in delivering practical sessions that focus on the development of butterfly technique.
This online learning introduces the basics of front crawl and backstroke and is perfect for those who are new to swimming.
This online learning introduces the basics of breaststroke and butterfly and is perfect for those who are new to swimming.
Take the first step in your swimming career and become a swimming lesson helper. This eLearning will enable you to help a swimming teacher deliver a swimming lesson effectively.
This eLearning CPD will equip you with the skills and knowledge to enable a swimmer to perform a competitive start safely.
This interactive eLearning will give you an introduction to lesson planning.
This E-learning has been developed with Swim England to help you prepare and deliver swimming lessons for adults
This free interactive online resource provides swimming teachers with guidance on how to use mobile devices safely and effectively.
This free interactive online resource gives an introduction to School Swimming and Water Safety, including guidance on training, standards and a summary of the core aquatic and safe self-rescue skills.
Equips Level 2 swimming teachers with the in-depth knowledge needed to deliver school swimming lessons that meet national curriculum requirements.
This eLearning equips school staff/helpers with the skills to actively assist and support a more qualified teacher to deliver school swimming lessons.
This free online resource 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 is a requirement for clubs to achieve SwimMark.
This free eLearning will give you an introduction to equality, diversity and inclusion, covering the approach to inclusion, use of appropriate language and the importance of adaption.
This eLearning 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.
This free online resource has been created with Swim England to give everyone involved in clubs a basic overview of child safeguarding.
This online learning is the first step to achieving Judge 1 status for swimming technical officiating. You must be at least 15 years of age at the start of the course.
This free interactive online resource provides support and guidance for officials refereeing small or locally-run competitions.
This course is for club members and volunteers who want to help their club deliver events, by becoming a timekeeper.
This free online resource will give you an introduction to para-swimming. Ideal for coaches working with para-swimmers this e-learning resource will increase your awareness of para-swimming and how you can support it as a coach.
This free online resource is aimed at technical officials from across swimming, water polo, synchronised swimming, diving and open water.
This eLearning is available for anyone involved with pool plant water testing or looking to refresh their knowledge. It covers everything from using a comparator, photometer and electronic meters to testing for free chlorine, total chlorine, and pH.
Chloe shares her passion for swimming by training for her ideal student job. Chloe is currently studying for her A Levels in Sussex but her passion for swimming goes beyond just a hobby as she has completed her SEQ Level 2 Teaching Swimming teacher qualification. From an early age, Chloe’s parents wanted her to be safe in water ensuring that she learnt to swim and felt confident swimming. As Chloe grew older her connection with the pool
A Refreshing Dive into a New Career: From Occupational Therapist to Swimming Teacher Victoria, recently took the plunge into a new career as a swimming teacher. Having been a dedicated club swimmer for the Brighton Dolphins and Brighton Swimming Club and a lifelong enthusiast of the sport, her path took a turn as she decided to take a break from her 14-year-long career as an Occupational Therapist in the NHS. Victoria's initial exposure to
The ability to learn whilst earning through on-the-job training was the ideal opportunity for Amy who is currently completing a Leisure Team Member Apprenticeship. With a passion for fitness, she knew the leisure industry was where she wanted to work. We recently spoke with Amy to see how she’s getting on… “I wanted to progress within the health and fitness industry more as my passion for the industry was growing…I wanted to gain some
Phoebe shares her passion and purpose in becoming a swimming teacher Phoebe, aged 16, is carving out her own path as she navigates the waters of her Level 2 swimming teacher course with the Institute of Swimming. With a background in competitive swimming, her love for the sport has combined with her aspiration to teach and inspire the next generation of swimmers. The Perfect Blend: Phoebe has just finished her GCSEs and is about to embark on
In celebration of the Little Mermaid's movie release, the Institute of Swimming teams up with Swim England, Disney and Ocean Bottle to develop a more diverse aquatic workforce To mark the nationwide release of The Little Mermaid earlier this year, The Institute of Swimming is supporting Swim England’s collaboration with Disney and Ocean Bottle to launch a series of funded Swimming Teachers’ Recruitment Academies to diversify the
Pool plant knowledge and education is pivotal to Daniel Ekema's role as Pool Plant Programme Leader at the Institute of Swimming. We talked to Dan about his career history and his current role: Where it started Dan has worked in and around pools for many years. His time in the industry began with work experience and job shadowing linked to the sports centre at his school. When he was 16 years old, he was a Sports Centre Assistant and Lifeguard