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Aquatic & Emergency Training (AET)

Swimming Teacher Association
www.sta.co.uk


This is the first step you’ll need to take to become a fully qualified swimming teacher with STA.

The Award will develop your vocational skills and technical knowledge, so you can independently teach your very own class of 12 participants from non-swimmers/beginners up to improvers (children and adults).

Entry Requirements


• Be 16 years, or older, at the point of assessment

• Hold current membership of STA.

Learners must have all pre-requisites in place before the start of the course


Candidates are assessed during the course and take a practical teaching examination and successfully complete a workbook

February 2022 

Summer 2022


Swimming Teacher Certificate (STC C)


Holders of the STC(C) can teach, without supervision, pupils of all levels.Take the next step and progress as a swimming teacher, retaining your class by offering advanced lessons, extended skills and advanced awards.

Entry Requirements

• Be 16 years, or older, at point of assessment

• Hold current membership of STA

• Hold the STA Level 2 Award in Teaching Swimming or acceptable equivalent. (Please note the Swim England Level 1 Award in Aquatic Teaching is not an acceptable entry requirement).

Learners must have all pre-requisites in place before the start of the course. Qualification certificates cannot be issued if all pre-requisites are not met before the start of the course, post course submissions will not be accepted.

Candidates are assessed during the course and take a practical teaching examination and successfully complete a workbook

SUMMER 2022

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STA Level 2 Award in Aquatic Teaching

- Baby &Pre-School (QCF)


Course held in Tamworth Staffordshire


Baby and pre-school teachers are able to seek employment in a wide variety of leisure facilities including private health clubs and school swimming pools through to large local authority leisure centres. As a baby and pre-school teacher, you would be responsible for planning, delivering and evaluating a series of progressive and fun lessons teaching babies through to pre-schoolers and their accompanying adult. You will be able to teach a range of aquatic and safety skills such as floating, rotation,

water confidence and basic swimming strokes. You would be responsible for ensuring the lesson area and appropriate equipment is safe and promote good teaching and learning.

You’ll need to make sure you’ve met the following requirements before you attend your course:

Be at least 18 years of age

Hold current membership of STA

Hold the Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults online learning certificate or acceptable equivalent

Learners must have all pre-requisites in place before the start of the course. Qualification certificates cannot be issued if all pre-requisites are not met before the start of the course, post course submissions will not be accepted.