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Aquatic & Emergency Training (AET)

Swimming Teacher Association
www.sta.co.uk

Detailed course information can be found in the "download" section of the STA website. http://www.sta.co.uk

The STA’s online Safeguarding and Promoting the Welfare of Children e-learning course can be found on www.trainsta.com this course is a pre-requisite of the swimming teacher courses.

Swimming Teacher AWARD . (STC A)

Holders of the STC[A] can teach up to 10 beginners, they may also act as an assistant teacher and may teach larger classes or advanced skills under direct supervision of a suitably qualified swimming teacher.

Candidates must be at least 16 years old at the time of the examination, hold an acceptable life saving qualification (see NaRS section if you don't have one)

You must be in membership of the STA (can be arranged on the course)

Candidates are assessed during the course and take a practical teaching examination and a written theory examination at the end of the course.

You MUST complete the STA Safeguarding & promoting the welfare of children online course (£25) prior to commencing the course.

SUMMER 2018 TBC


Swimming Teacher Certificate (STC C)

Holders of the STC(C) can teach, without supervision, pupils of all levels.

Pre-requisites

• Be 17 years of age, or older;

• Be members of the STA; (can be arranged on the course)

• Hold a NaRS Pool Safety Award or an alternative.

• Hold the STC (B) or an alternative qualification.

Candidates are assessed during the course and take a practical teaching examination and a written theory examination at the end of the course.

SUMMER 2018 TBC

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STA Level 2 Award in Aquatic Teaching

- Baby &Pre-School (QCF)


Course held @ Kingsbury Swimming Pool, Tamworth, B78 2LF


SUMMER 2018 TBC

The STA Award in Aquatic Teaching - Baby and Pre-School aims to produce teachers that can teach aquatic activities, including paddle strokes to babies & pre-school children during adult & children lessons, deliver the STA Starfish programme, as well as the Teddy Bear awards & up to the STAnley Series of STA’s International Learn to Swim Programme.

Pre-requisites

  • Be of 18 years of age or older
  • Hold current membership with STA
  • Hold the STA Award in Pool Emergency Procedures or acceptable equivalent
  • Hold either the
    STA Safeguarding Children, Young People & Vulnerable Adults certificate (available online at www.trainsta.co.uk) or acceptable equivalent.