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SEQ Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching)


These courses introduce you to the world of teaching.

They will help develop your skills in communication, organisation, planning and confidence.

You will gain a nationally recognised

Level 1 Qualification.

This qualification is for assisting or supporting in a teaching environment. It is recognised across the country as a Level 1 qualification which enables you to support teaching to a small group of participants under the supervision of a more qualified teacher.

This is a practical qualification, which will give you the skills needed to act as an assistant swimming teacher

You will learn about:

  • The legal aspects of assisting in swimming lessons
  • The responsibilities of a Swimming Assistant
  • The swimming pathway, fundamental movement, core aquatic skills and component parts of strokes
  • Scientific principles of swimming
  • What makes up a lesson plan, equipment and communications skills
  • How to identify anxiety and use of motivational techniques
  • The type of assistance you can provide
  • Identify your next career steps.

By the end of this course, you will be able to assist a qualified Level 2 swimming teacher.

Qualification Time

  • 30 hours (26 face-to-face guided learning hours)

Entry Requirements

  • 16 years+
  • No formal entry requirements or prior experience required


  • Theoretical questions
  • Observation record
  • Review record

This qualification is not graded. You will either pass or be referred.

Next Steps

Once qualified, your next step is to become an independent swimming teacher.

Take the Swim England Level 2 Teaching Swimming qualification and learn the skills to teach children and adults independently

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Daisy Lane




01254 433840



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HALF Fish HQ @ Daisyfield Pools

Daisy Lane




01254 433840

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