We train your staff to get the most out of their sessions and love their work
Courses we offer
SISCAQU202A – Perform basic water rescues
SISCAQU308A – Instruct water familiarisation, buoyancy and mobility skills
SISCAQU309A – Instruct clients in water safety and survival skills
SISCAQU310A – Instruct swimming strokes
SISCCRO302A – Apply legal and ethical instructional skills
A SAT "has the competence and knowledge to teach swimming and water safety to independent learners in groups of varying sizes. Successfully completing Students of this course will receive a Statement of Attainment with the competencies required to deliver GST free, water related, personal safety and survival lessons."
SISCAQU311A – Foster the development of infants and toddlers in an aquatic environment.
A SAT B&T "has the competence and knowledge to teach water familiarisation and basic swimming and water safety to Caregivers and their dependent learners."
SISCAQU312A – Assist participants with a disability during aquatic activities
This course "focusses on the skills you need to teach swimmers with a range of physical, emotional and intellectual disabilities safely and effectively".
We have designed this course in response to swim schools who needed additional support, skills and problem solving strategies to effectively engage and work with swimmers with specific learning needs in the water.
No accreditations through ASCTA or Austswim
Best combined with ASCTA SAT - LWD (above) to receive accreditation
how to work with families to meet individual swimmers' learning needs
how to individualise your approach for swimmers with specific learning needs
Practise working through assessment, making a plan, looking at the outcome, and choosing your next plan to optimise learning.
analysis and feedback on up to 10 x 30 second videos, to allow group problem solving, discussion and planning
facilitated small group planning for a session
facilitated pool session with your students (either 30 mins or 2 x 30 mins depending on numbers)
facilitated reflection on the sessions and assistance in developing a plan for next time
report back to the organisation following completion of training.
Looking for something else?
We develop training for: physiotherapists, allied health professionals, allied health assistants, teachers, swimming teachers, and families.
This can be informal training around:
working with a particular family or a group of clients;
assisting with systems around risk screening and management
developing parent interviews to understand a child's developmental needs
supporting staff and families in problem solving strategies when challenges arise
assisting your staff in developing new aquatic programs, or reviewing and updating existing programs for a particular goal
For formal training:
We can also develop and deliver VET units eg. for ASCTA courses or higher education eg Cert 1 Allied Health Assistants.