Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching) Residential

Course details


Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching)

This application pack contains

 Key Information about the course

 An application form for you to complete

 A parent/carer permission form

 FAQs

Key Information

What is it?

National Deaf Children’s Society is holding a residential course for deaf young people aged 16 – 25 to achieve a Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching) qualification. You will spend four days learning swimming theory and technique, as well as getting hands on experience of teaching swimming with a fully qualified and deaf-aware swimming tutor. Communication support will be provided.

Once you are qualified, NDCS will continue to support you to take on:

 Volunteering

 Employment

 Further training opportunities

If there are more deaf swimming teachers and coaches, we believe more deaf children and young people will be inspired to take up swimming and other aquatic sports. We want to enable you to work with other deaf young people in a swimming environment to make this a reality. This is a great opportunity to develop new skills and meet other deaf swimming teachers.

When is it? Arrival Mon 19th Feb 2018 [approx 5-6pm]
Course day 1 Tues 20th Feb 2018
Course day 2 Wed 21st Feb 2018
Course day 3 Thurs 22nd Feb 2018
Course day 4 and depart Fri 23rd Feb 2018 [approx 5-6pm]