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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
The Institute of Swimming has launched a new Swimming Teacher Recruitment Academy in a bid to solve a nationwide demand for swimming teachers. The Academy, which follows successful pilots with Everyone Active, Trafford Leisure and 1Life, will give those starting a career as a swimming teacher – or those looking for a change of profession – the chance to receive training of the highest level at a fraction of the usual cost, whilst being
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
A new agreement between Places Leisure and the Institute of Swimming is set to support more than 116,000 children learning to swim. The partnership will help provide ‘high-quality and fully-qualified’ teachers across the country. The three-year deal will see the Institute of Swimming deliver an aquatic workforce development plan to ensure all teachers are trained to the highest standards. Places Leisure run swimming lessons at more
One of the country’s leading leisure operators is aiming to grow a new wave of swimming teachers after teaming up with the Institute of Swimming. Following a successful pilot scheme, David Lloyd Clubs are to roll out the ‘Grow Your Own’ training model – developed by the Institute of Swimming – across the country. The programme means the Institute of Swimming’s Level 1 Blended Learning Course and Level 2 Teaching Swimming Course
Courses developed by the Institute of Swimming and the Swim England Talent Team to train coaches are to be delivered around the world thanks to a new partnership. The International Swimming Federation FINA has teamed up with the Institute of Swimming in a bid to increase the number of certified coaches across the globe. Three new FINA courses have been adapted from the Swim England Coaching Certificates and will be distributed under the