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Become a member of the Institute of Swimming, and we can offer you support and help to develop your teaching and coaching capabilities.
Membership is open to every UK qualified swimming teacher and coach and provides benefits that make your life easier.
The benefits you’ll enjoy:
You can display your status as a member by using designatory letters on your business cards and emails. These are awarded based on your level of qualifications and recognises your dedication to the aquatics profession. MIOS: Member of Institute of Swimming – if you’re Level 1 qualified. FIOS: Fellow of Institute of Swimming – if you’re Level 2 qualified or above.
In a first of its kind agreement, Stevenage Leisure Limited (SLL) has partnered with the Institute of Swimming to recruit and train more swimming teachers ahead of the opening of its new pool at The Dunstable Centre later this year. The partnership will see SLL deliver Swimming Teacher training through its Swim England Qualifications Approved Training Centre, while the Institute of Swimming will work alongside SLL to source new trainees
We have a fantastic new membership package and a great offer for new teachers and coaches who qualify with us. You can save £18 on your first years’ membership when you complete one of our Swim England teaching or coaching courses. Our membership benefits include: Industry leading insurance with up to £20 million of cover Double the industry standard, we offer the highest level of insurance cover to protect you against the
Commonwealth Silver Medalist and future Olympic swimmer, Jacob Peters, 18, is already taking steps to protect his career when he retires from competitive swimming, training to be a swimming teacher with the Institute of Swimming. The world-class athlete, who competes internationally for Team England, made his debut appearance at the Commonwealth Games in 2018, winning a silver medal in the four x 100m relay medley, and competing in three
There are around 400,000 people who could be missing out of swimming lessons due to swimming teachers shortages. We want to solve this by offering part funded courses as part of our Teacher Training Academy. Rebecca Cox, Institute of Swimming’s managing director, said: “Teaching swimming is very rewarding but the cost of qualifying can hold people back. There is a demand for new swimming teachers across the country, which means
Doncaster Culture and Leisure Trust (DCLT) has agreed a three year partnership with the Institute of Swimming to support the growth and development of its swimming teacher workforce. The partnership follows DCLT’s programme rebrand of its learn to swim provision. DCLT manages 14 leisure, fitness and entertainment sites across Doncaster and, in 2017, won the Swim England Learn to Swim School Provider of the Year. Alex Barrett, Aquatic
Our tutors form an integral part of our pool plant programme and allow us to deliver engaging and motivating courses, filled with plenty of technical knowledge. This ensures our customers receive a quality experience are equipped to continue their learning at work through site-specific training and development. The number of trainee tutors recruited into the programme each year varies and is driven by a range of factors, including current