Crash Courses are our holiday swim program which is both comprehensive and intensive. The course operates for over 4 or 5 days and will help children develop water confidence as well as improving skills and technique.
These courses are very popular before holidays to give children an extra boost for swimming in the sun, but also an ideal insight into our Junior Swimming Lesson program.
Courses typically run Monday - Friday from 10:00am with each lesson being 30 minutes. This is the equivalent of 5 weeks swimming lessons in one week. On completion all swimmers will receive a certificate.
Designed for swimmers at Duckling level (age 3+ years) to stage 4, the sessions are ideal for current swimmers on our program who are looking to improve technique, learn to dive and perform competitive starts and turns, for new swimmers who want to progress quickly or for those that want to be assessed to join our weekly swimming lessons. Each group has a maximum of six swimmers.
The next course dates are:
Date: Tuesday 3rd - Friday 6th April
Child Price: £25.00
Juniors Members will benefit from 10% discount
Enrolment Opens: Monday 19th March 2018
To book please drop it in at reception or call us on 01788 556 281.
CRASH COURSE LEVELS
For children aged three to four, who are in their pre-school year; still wearing armbands/discs.
Beginners who are wearing armbands or discs. They will learn how to hold floats and make basic leg and arm actions of all strokes to help develop water confidence and movement.
Aimed at children who are confident and have basic swimming skills. Designed to develop technique in breaststroke, backstroke, front paddle and also water skills.
For those children who are confident and able to swim 10m of breaststroke (may still be on discs to aid progression of technique) with the aim of improving front paddle and water skills, while teaching them to swim more than 10m unaided.
For children at Otter & Seal level (Stage 4 upwards). Provides an opportunity for children to swim in their pyjamas and work towards Personal Survival Level One. It also raises awareness of the dangers of water. Participants must be able to swim more than 100m of breast stroke, front crawl and backstroke.
Aimed for those aged 18 years upwards, we will focus on confidence, water phobia and technique.